THIS QUESTION ARE BASED ON SELECTED POEMS FROM D.I. NWOGA'S (ED.): WEST AFRICAN V...
THIS QUESTION ARE BASED ON SELECTED POEMS FROM D.I. NWOGA'S (ED.): WEST AFRICAN VERSE.
'Before you, mother Idoto, naked I stand before your watery presence a prodigal'.
In the above lines from Christopher Okadigbo's Idoto, the speaker is a 'prodigal' because he
A) has wasted all his mother's money
B) is money
C) has come back to worship the godess which he has neglected
D) has been caught discraching the shrine of the godess
The correct answer is C.
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