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He was not wasteful though as he put every resource available to him to use, including his wives and children who were all integral parts of running the business.In fact, he saved much cost by filling much of his cast with family members.There are countless albums and magazines with dates as far back as the ’60s.Old posters show that some of his plays cost 1 Pound and others cost 3 Naira; figures enough to evoke nostalgia. It was important that all his wives could perform because the troupe needed them as much as he did.Ogun State tourism is incomplete without the Hubert Ogunde Living History Museum and this could be one of Nigeria’s best museums yet. Photo by Guardian NG “What’s there to see in this museum? I was getting none of the details I was expecting but I was eager to visit with a small group of five TVP Adventures tourists.” I asked my contact over the phone, after exchanging pleasantries. So, my expectations were at the barest minimum — perhaps there would be a few photos of his lifetime and a showcase of his barely preserved clothes and shoes.He was arrested and fined a number of times and even banned for years at a stretch.
Some of his personal clothes hang on the wall as they would have if he were alive while others are folded neatly in a wooden wardrobe.
It is no surprise that Ogunde’s former home is tasteful and artistic without being flamboyant.