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Dark Times Are Over?

Author: Olu Obafemi


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This play satirizes the decay in the university system in Nigeria as symptomatic of larger social ills: prostitution, religious zeal and cultism, corruption, and social injustice.

In the drama, a young woman, Beatrice, is raped by a group of cultists. The perpetrators are brought to court. But as the judge turns out to be an aunt of one of the cultists, the court is corrupted as she bribes the police to release her nephew.

About the Author:
Olu Obafemi is a playwright, poet, and scholar. He is a Professor of English at the University of Ilorin, Nigeria, and President of the Association of Nigerian Authors (ANA). He is a notable critic of contemporary theatre in Nigeria.

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