A major in a military regime in Sierra Leone faces a moral dilemma
when the daughter of his beloved teacher commits treason.
Read by Terence Anderson:
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Feyisayo Anjorin was born in Akure, Nigeria in 1983. He studied at Damelin College, Bramley, Johannesburg; The University of Ibadan, Nigeria; and the South African School of Motion Picture Medium and Live Performance, Auckland Park, Johannesburg. He is an actor, whose credits include Jacob’s Cross (2010), Jozi Kings (2010) and Crooked RD (2010). He is also a poet whose writings, which include “Edges of a Middle Ground”, “Secret States”, “Evil Eyes” and “One Cup”, have been published on various online platforms. He notes C. S. Lewis, Wole Soyinka, John Grisham and Chinua Achebe as his greatest writing influences. Feyisayo lives in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Terence Anderson has been acting for over ten years. On stage, he has played Jean in Bonnie Greer’s Jitterbug; Eddie in John La Manchuria’s The Wild Party; Aide Williams in One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest, and Ivan & Johnson in Benjamin Zephaniah’s De Botty Business. Recent film appearances include Reykjavik Whale Watching Massacre. He lives in London. More information at terenceanderson.webs.com.