Two Can Share (Orisa Je n pe meji)

Aderemi Davies

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An imaginative creation of two women of different Nigerian tribes who would not mind to share what they have with each other, even their wrapper. The wrapper is highly significant in many Nigerian tribes, symbolically representing a woman's covering, pride and dignity. The wrapper covers her womanhood and secures her sexuality. Only a man she's officially married to is allowed to see beneath her wrapper. Such is the significance of the wrapper. These women hence share with each other, their protection, pride and perhaps, would willingly share their bed with the same man.


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