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In a world where homosexuality has become the order of the day, it is now obvious that the future of our generation is in shambles. When a father fails in his parental obligations, find out what becomes the fate of the children. The play presents the callousness of nature and the consequences of man’s actions. There are things man does and he does not always get the opportunity to tender the necessary apology and make amends. Dafe’s negligence and lack of care for his family left the fate of his children miserable. The decision of his first son, Efe, is better not told, as the result of the entire catastrophe remains unimaginable.
When a poor young man becomes a victim of ill-fated affair, then the power of money cannot be underestimated. Omuruka’s parents’ ascendancy over him leaves him wishy-washy on his decision to marry Everechi, a girl who comes from a rich home and has been very supportive and vastly contributed to his success in life. The enticing hoax and deterrence by his parents give birth to a disarray, and upon his decline to be browbeaten by his parents, he stands to opt for whose existence weighs most to him; that of his parents or Everechi. But as much as he does not want to lose her, he does not also wish to lose his parents, and thus, he exercises obeisance which leads to the tragic upshot of her decease, and the only way to propitiate her family and to expiate for her demise which occurred in his father’s living room becomes ‘no marriage no burial.’
This masterpiece x-rays the bad leadership that has drowned Nigeria and Africa at large. Promises are smashed, power intoxicates and is ill-treated; leadership is viewed as allegiance from all and service to the favorite few. Man’s greed eclipses his good nature and makes him dis-remember his vows, thus, betraying the trust candidly conferred on him by his people and clothing himself with insensitivity, thereby projecting the defective nature of one without regard for humans. The land has been placed under servitude by their own chosen king. Despotism wears the crown of impudence, intolerance and dispossession, hence, unleashing cold treatment, establishing the bizarre and decreeing the weird, neglecting meek service and unity in command.
Oroma has a strange behaviour that makes people around her to doubt her sanity. She alone understands herself. Her activities are weird like one possessed by an evil spirit. In addition to this, she begins to romance Chimeka, an enemy. She goes as far as getting married to Chimeka's friend on behalf of Chimeka so as to deceive their families. Thus, the truth that wouldn't want to be heard becomes a reality that must be faced amidst love, romance, humor, adventure, hatred, crisis, and deceit as she never flouts her instinct.