I think the next time I’m out and about and want to maintain some anonymity, I’ll use that name Festus Ezeli-Ndulue. I was named after my great aunt Festus, on my mother’s side. Large, portly woman who really enjoyed the holidays. And hey, it’s the 21st century, so I kept my maiden name Ezeli when I married Mr. Ndulue. The Barrister title might take some work though. Not only would I have to convince folks I’m an attorney from the US, but I’d have to adopt the accent too. That probably would require exchanging my work attire for something less ………. muddy.