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Students of playwriting, dramatic literature, dramatic criticism or even script analysis and directing will often be asked to justify the appropriateness of the play’s title, The Broken Sceptre. Now, that’s easy! What would be more probing, I think, would be to defend the rightness or justify the wrongness of Ukoama’s action of breaking the sceptre! The sceptre is, and has often represented power, authority, rulership and kingship. Whoever, has the sceptre, has the throne. Even in the Bible, the Father testifying of Jesus as God in Hebrew 1:8 declares: “Thy throne, O God, is forever and ever: a sceptre of righteousness is the sceptre of thy throne.”


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