In radio drama, the beginning is the most significant, and it is everything. This everything is the setup, the struggle, and end with a resolution.
In The Dilemma radio drama, the theme is set up as a dilemma where the father finds it hard to believe his son Juma is dead. What forced him to believe this is the national identity card that belonged to his son Juma.
Great narration and impressive voice changes for each individual character. Audible breaths during non-dialogue portions were slightly distracting. Disjointed writing and mediocre story sounds more like a school project than a polished piece ready to publish.