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Olurombi

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91 pages1 hour

Summary

“Promise to man is promise to gods; betrayal to man is betrayal gods!” so be warned!

Like every mortal, Olurombi desires to live, love and to make choices; but, the gods say NO! Her life is already negotiated for a price and she cannot live unless she pays the price.

The play “Olurombi” unravels the struggle to live, to escape the inevitable and man’s effort to live in contravention with the fate stipulated and negotiated for him under the monitoring and close watch of an all-seeing-eyes; but, the gods must be just.

Only for the hypocrites, those who promise occasionally, the unrepentant and unprecedented betrayers; for our consistent and wanton gullibility, ours would have been a haven that outreaches the touch of pain, tears, sorrow and of want.

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