Edojah: Risking It All for Freedom is a play about Edafe, a gay man from Nigeria and his relationship with his grandmother was special. “There are several things that go unspoken between us, but in the silences, I feel that she gets me and believes in my ability. But if I flee Nigeria what will be the price I pay to save myself?” An African man’s journey to seek asylum in the United States.
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Edafe Okporo, was born in Warri Delta state Nigeria, currently residing in New York City, Edafe is a Writer, and Orator, Author of Bed 26: Memoir of an African Man’s Asylum in the United States and the Executive Director of RDJ Refugee Shelter In Harlem. Edafe self identify as a member of the LGBT+ community that led to his displacement in 2016. Edafe is now a refugee of the United States of America and founder of The Pont LLC.