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After ten electrifying performances throughout the month of August, the critically acclaimed stage play PO, ended in grand style on Sunday August 31 as some of the biggest names across the Nigerian entertainment, telecommunication, media and sports industry gathered to watch the last viewing which showed at Terra Kulture in Victoria Island, Lagos.
The satirical piece, written by Femi Branch and directed by Obi Martins featured the duo of Wazobia FM OAPs Nedu & Ogbolor showcasing the daily challenges of the Nigerian society such as corruption, bribery, injustice, politics e.t.c presented in a light hearted gesture.
The evening witnessed standing ovation performances from top comedians including Funny Bone, Odogwu, Bow Joint e.t.c, Spoken words done by Glory d poet resonated amongst the audience, followed by a mind blowing performance from the Don’t break my heart crooner Cynthia Morgan all preceding the stage play itself.
According to Obi Martins, the director of PO “There is no doubt that the success of the play has paved a pathway for stage drama not only in Nigeria but globally”. He expressed gratitude to the producer, Yaw of Wazobia FM as well as the acting duo for the hard work and commitment to make the stage play memorable.
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