Nobel laureate, Prof. Wole Soyinka has been involved in another seat incident, barely a week after a plane seat incident involving him and a young man went viral.
Recall that billionaire businessman-cum-politician, Tonye Cole on Monday shared how a young man ordered the 85-year-old playwright off his (young man’s) seat aboard a plane.
The matter quickly snowballed into a debate over right and morality, with many divided over whether it was morally right for a young man to order an octogenarian off a seat – whether his by right or not.
In the latest incident, a social media user, Lekan H. Alli-Balogun, said that Soyinka entered a place and found someone sitting on a seat reserved for him.
However, the revered playwright jocularly retorted, “Not again”, sending everyone present into a fit of laughter.
Alli-Balogun said, “Someone just mistakenly sat on Wole Soyinka seat just now …
“Baba entered and saw someone one his seat
“WS. retorted ‘Not again’
“Everyone busts out laughing”.
Someone just mistakenly sat on Wole Soyinka seat just now …
Baba entered and saw someone one his seat
WS. retorted “ Not again “
Everyone busts out laughing
— Alli-Balogun H.Lekan (@allibaloo) June 30, 2019