Sam Dede is a well known actor, director, politician and lecturer. He became loved by many across the world after his performance in the movie, “Issakaba” in which he played the lead character, Ebube.
The popular Nollywood actor is not a happy man at the moment. Although he is on set a new project, BROTHERHOOD , Sam Dede reflected on the state of the country and how he never imagined that the nation would be recorded as a “space where dunces and dullards ruled.”
“Growing up as little boys, my friends and I preferred the streams and rivers to the very few swimming pools available.
The streams afforded an incredible sense of nature, freedom and the adventures that were associated with it.
Setting handmade traps for fishes, crabs and birds. Sometimes, our traps caught creatures we didn’t bargain for, monkeys and snakes!!!
Taking a break while filming the movie, BROTHERHOOD at Maroko, Lagos, I filmed these little lads with reminiscence. My mind rolled right back to those days with my rugged, adventurous friends.
Just like these little free spirits here, life was for us to live it, and we were hopeful of the future. We never imagined that a day would come when history would record our country as a space where dunces and dullards ruled.
Even if I made this video myself, I have watched it no less than 20 times and my thoughts varied each time.
You see, life was good and easy…..like Sunday morning.
I will really appreciate your thoughts of this video @samdedesdx”