The principal public servant in the play is Chief Haladu Ade Amaka, the minister of external relations. Ochuole helps Aloho secure a job as a protocol officer to Chief Ade Haladu-Amaka after speaking with him. Corruption: Frank Ogodo Ogbeche shows how corruption permeates. Table of Content. The Plot of Harvest of Corruption; Summary Of Harvest of Corruption; Themes In Harvest Of Corruption. User Review - Flag as inappropriate. Hear we can see things that is being taking place in African societies. Contents. Section 1. 1. Section 2. Section 3.
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BACKGROUND OF THE AUTHOR: The play, ''Harvest of Corruption'' was written by Frank Ogodo adunsexanro.gqe is from Yala in Cross. Harvest of Corruption is a play (drama) written by Frank Ogbeche to condemn the ills and foibles of the contemporary Nigerian society. The play. With Chief Haladu Ade-Amaka being the godfather of corruption, Frank Ogodo's Harvest of Corruption brings to limelight the happenings in.
Upon her release, she suddenly realizes that she is pregnant for Chief Haladu-Amaka and eventually dies during child-birth.
She is portrayed as notorious and wayward. She lures Aloho into drug trafficking in the guise of helping her to secure a job with the Ministry of External Relations. He is the Minister of External Relations and the epitome of corruption in the play. He is the ring leader of a criminal network of drug peddlers. He engages in bribery, large scale embezzlement of public funds, sexual immorality and fraud.
His character is ironical. On the contrary, Chief Haladu-Amaka through his many vices portrayed his country in a bad light. Aloho lives with Ogeyi in her small apartment in Pannya. She seeks justice for Aloho by reporting Chief to the police. She is the voice of reason in the play.
Madam Hoha is the proprietress of Akpara Hotel.
The hotel is where Chief perpetuates his criminal activities. She is sentenced to ten years imprisonment with hard labour along with Ochuole and her hotel was sealed. He stands out as an incorruptible and honest police officer.
This is the central theme of the play. The main idea is that a man reaps what he sows.
All the corrupt characters are brought to book in the end. Chief is convicted and sentenced to twenty-five years in imprisonment with hard labour and ordered to refund the embezzled funds. This punishment is his harvest of corruption. The humiliation suffered by Aloho for drug trafficking, her pregnancy and death also portray her harvest of corruption. This is their harvest of corruption. Justice Odili and the Commissioner of Police are sentenced to twenty years in imprisonment for receiving bribe.
Ayo, the clerk is also punished as he is sentenced to five years imprisonment for receiving a bribe.
The author illustrates the bribery, large-scale embezzlement in official quarters, drug trafficking, sexual immorality perpetuated by highly placed personalities who are supposed to be policy makers and law enforcement officers.
Frank Ogodo Ogbeche shows how corruption permeates government institutions and every fabric of the society as well as the devastating effect corruption has on our everyday life. Chief Haladu-Amaka, the Minister of External Relations betrayed the trust reposed in him by virtue of the public office he holds through large-scale embezzlement of public funds, forgery, fraud and bribery.
The author advocates a political, social and moral re-birth.
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Readers are leaders……. No products in the cart. Retribution This is the central theme of the play. Corruption The author illustrates the bribery, large-scale embezzlement in official quarters, drug trafficking, sexual immorality perpetuated by highly placed personalities who are supposed to be policy makers and law enforcement officers. Betrayal of Public Trust Chief Haladu-Amaka, the Minister of External Relations betrayed the trust reposed in him by virtue of the public office he holds through large-scale embezzlement of public funds, forgery, fraud and bribery.
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Ayo agreed to make photocopies of all the necessary documents that ccan incriminate Chief Haladu. The principal public servant in the play is Chief Haladu Ade Amaka, the minister of external relations. Dayo Okubule December 18, at 2: At home, Aloho had her baby but she died at childbirth.
Man mostly displays his corruption instinct when he is given the slightest opportunity or when he is in position to help others. Discuss the following characters: Acp Yakubu intends to gather all the evidence gathered on Chief Ade and submit them to the Presidency for the state security service to start their own investigations. This is a valid claim as it is obviously evident in the behavioural patterns of our politicians and public office holders.