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Scene Three Summary of Harvest of Corruption

Harvest of Corruption: Summary of Scene Three Scene Three is about the longest of all the eight scenes making up the play, Harvest of Corruption by Frank Ogodo Ogbeche. Scene Three of Harvest of Corruption opens with Ochuole taking Aloho to the office of Chief Ade Haladu-Amaka, the Minister of External Relations. The purpose is … Continue reading Scene Three Summary of Harvest of Corruption

Harvest of Corruption: Summary of Scene Two

This is the scene-by-scene summary of Frank Ogodo Ogbeche's play, Harvest of Corruption, that you have been searching for. Scene Two Summary, Harvest of Corruption Chief visits the Commissioner of Police in his office. The Commissioner cautions Chief to be careful about the way he carries out his nefarious activities. He is increasingly getting worried … Continue reading Harvest of Corruption: Summary of Scene Two

Harvest of Corruption Scene Summaries : Scene One

Here is what is arguably the clearest and most comprehensive summary of scene one of the play, Harvest of Corruption by the Nigerian playwright, Frank Ogodo Ogbeche. Harvest of Corruption: Summary of Scene One We meet Aloho and Ochuole in Jabu, the political and adminsitrative capital of an imaginary country called Jacassa. They are both … Continue reading Harvest of Corruption Scene Summaries : Scene One

7 Hugely Popular Habits Serial Achievers Don’t Follow

Ask every high achiever and they will tell you the rest of the world constantly consider their dreams and actions as being weird or simply crazy. The reason for this is that almost every serial achiever thinks outside of the box. Serial achievers are ordinary folks like you and me but with extraordinary minds, dreams … Continue reading 7 Hugely Popular Habits Serial Achievers Don’t Follow

Top 6 Features of the Presidential System of Government

The presidential system of government, also known as the non-parliamentary executive system, operates in a country where the executive arm of government is separated from, but is of equal status with, the legislative arm of government. The United States of America operates the presidential system of government. 1.    The head of state who doubles as … Continue reading Top 6 Features of the Presidential System of Government

7 Key Features of the Parliamentary System of Government

The parliamentary system, also known as cabinet system of government, is the system in which the head of government and his or her cabinet ministers are at the same time members of parliament. Examples can be found in Britain, Israel, Japan, Australia, Canada and India The features of the parliamentary system of government include the … Continue reading 7 Key Features of the Parliamentary System of Government

The Meaning of 54 Literary Terms Associated with Prose

Every good Literature student should know the following literary terms and concepts specifically related to prose. PROSE: Prose is the ordinary non-metrical form of a written or spoken language. It is made up of narrative prose, scientific prose and emotive prose. NARRATIVE PROSE: Narrative prose describes things or events. Examples of narrative prose are short … Continue reading The Meaning of 54 Literary Terms Associated with Prose

Extract from Faceless on the Relationship Between Maa Tsuru and Fofo

I present to you a very important extract from Chapter Three of Amma Darko's novel, Faceless.  This extract from Faceless, a novel by Amma Darko, is about an incident which vividly plays out the tense relationship between the character named Maa Tsuru and her daughter, Fofo The incident here is found in Chapter Three of … Continue reading Extract from Faceless on the Relationship Between Maa Tsuru and Fofo

Examine the Relationship Between Maa Tsuru and Fofo in Faceless

I am going to show you the essential points to highlight in an essay on the assessment of the relationship between Maa Tsuru and Fofo in the novel Faceless by Amma Darko. Amma Darko: Faceless What kind of relationship exists between the character, Fofo and her mother, Maa Tsuru? The relationship between Maa Tsuru and … Continue reading Examine the Relationship Between Maa Tsuru and Fofo in Faceless

The Main Features of the 1960 Republican Constitution of Ghana

After studying this tutorial, you will now be able to state the main features of the 1960 first republican constitution of Ghana Introduction A new draft Republican Constitution introduced by the Convention People's Party administration was approved in a referendum held on 19th, 23rd and 27th April 1960. The 1960 constitution of Ghana abolished the … Continue reading The Main Features of the 1960 Republican Constitution of Ghana

The Features of the 1956 Loi Cadre Reforms in French West Africa

Here comes an outline of the main features of the 1956 Loi Cadre (Outline Law) reforms in French West Africa. Introduction As a result of certain political developments which took place between 1946 and 1956, the French introduced further reforms under the Loi-Cadre or Outline Law of 1956. Under the Loi-Cadre, the French passed a … Continue reading The Features of the 1956 Loi Cadre Reforms in French West Africa

Chapter Summaries of Faceless: Chapter One

I present to you a summary of Chapter One of Amma Darko’s novel, Faceless. Poison's unsuccessful attempt to rape Fofo Three significant incidents to note in chapter one of Amma Darko's novel, Faceless, are Fofo's dream of a comfortable life Poison's unsuccessful attempt to rape Fofo Fofo and Odarley's visit to the rubbish dump At … Continue reading Chapter Summaries of Faceless: Chapter One

Top 42 Likely Examination Questions on Harvest of Corruption

I am about to reveal to you the top 42 most likely essay questions on Frank Ogodo Ogbeche's play, Harvest of Corruption Frank Ogodo Ogbeche: Harvest of Corruption This post is devoted to the African Drama section of the Elective Literature-in-English paper of the West African Senior School Certificate Examination - WASSCE for short. The … Continue reading Top 42 Likely Examination Questions on Harvest of Corruption

Top 10 Functions of the President Under the 1992 Constitution of Ghana

I am about to outline for your easy understanding the 10 most important functions of the executive president of Ghana under the 1992 fourth republican constitution. Introduction The 1992 constitution of Ghana provides for a monocephalous executive headed by a president who is both head of state and head of government. Individuals who have so … Continue reading Top 10 Functions of the President Under the 1992 Constitution of Ghana

The Constitutional Position and Functions of the Governor-General in French West Africa between 1919 and 1945

Here comes a brief outline of the constitutional position and functions of the Governor-General under French colonial administration in West Africa between 1919 and 1945 Introduction French colonial rule in West Africa was organized into a federation. The Federation of French West Africa was headed by a Governor-General who was appointed by the French government … Continue reading The Constitutional Position and Functions of the Governor-General in French West Africa between 1919 and 1945

Achievements of the Gold Coast Youth Conference

In this brief  tutorial, we are going to discover 10 achievements of the Gold Coast Youth Conference Introduction The Gold Coast Youth Conference was launched in 1929. It held its first meeting at Achimota in 1930. After its inaugural conference, nothing was heard of it until 1937 when it was revived by J.B.Danquah and others. … Continue reading Achievements of the Gold Coast Youth Conference