In this play, Nwasolu Celestine criticizes the exploitations person or people whose opinions, especially about religion or politics, and who may do things that are violent, illegal, etc. it is extremist. The play opens with Enamel, as Enamel was returning from the city, where he went to serve his master; he took off late in the afternoon so he reached home at night. He followed the narrow bush part that leads to his village. Then, he was attacked by some hoodlums (gangs) that stays late at night to rob people of their valuables. When they searched Enamel, they discovered that he was Emeka's brother the tattoo their father gave them their heritage was indented on them from generation to generation.