Treasures in the Nest
Set in a typical urban town in Nigeria, this witty play will intrigue the reader. The play looks at family life, and exposes social and societal ills, such as prostitution, blackmail, tribalism, bribery and corruption, police irregularities, sex abuse, and cultism, a tradition in both secondary and tertiary institutions. Treasures in the Nest is an inspiring and educational read.
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Ada’s AHVAH AISHA Allah Babalawo beautiful bedroom birthday blackmailer blood brother called CAPO cashew cheque CHIEF AKPAJA contract cult DEBO DEBO’s door DR OLA drink EFFIONG Enter CHIEF Enter Olisa Enugu everything Exit Olisa eyes feel female student femidom fiancÚ forestage girl GRANDMA and ADA guess HALIMA hands happened happy Hausa head heart inside INSPECTOR ISIOMA killed knocks Laughs leans forward leave lecture Lights brighten Lights fade SCENE lights fade slowly listen living room Lola looking Mama meet million Naira mind mother murder Musa never nice Nkem Nosa okay ONOME Papa POLICE CHIEF pray pull relationship salesman SALHATU scared seated SHEHU sister slowly and brighten Smiles Someone sorry stares stop talk tell Thank thing thugs TITI told tomorrow TOSIN turn USOH waiting What’s woman women worried