Posted by News Express | 30 August 2021 | 1,187 times
Former President Olusegun Aremu Obasanjo, yesterday, wept during the stage play titled ‘Aremu’ at the Glover Hall, Marina in Lagos.
The play, written and directed by former Director-General of the National Troupe, Prof. Ahmed Yerima, tells the story of Obasanjo from birth to adulthood and his Presidency.
Obasanjo, who commended the producer, Joseph Edgar, for touching a critical aspect of his life, said: “My regret in life is that my mother never sees me become what I am. She never lived to see me grow up. I hope the message in this play will be put into use.
(Adapted from The Guardian)
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