Theatre for Development as Panacea for Gender Inequality and Sustainable National Development: A Case Study of Mrs. Kuti by Yinka Kareem

Ajayi Christiana Olubunmi


This paper discusses the issue of national development in relation to gender equality which has hitherto being the bane of Nigerian society in order to have a sustainable national development. The society should ensure more access to education of the girl-child and women which remains the key to women’s full participation in various fields of national development and not only that make a woman the leader of a place, you will be producing a nation as the woman preserves a nation. The play Mrs. Kuti considered in this paper x-ray, so many reasons why women should be given equal right in the society because it sees women as image created by God not to be trampled upon or put aside but to be allowed to play her part in the area of development.

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