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The Background Of Harvest Of Corruption By Frank Ogodo Ogbeche

Harvest Of Corruption is written by Frank Ogodo Ogbeche, a Nigerian

author. He is a member of Association of Nigerian Authors (ANA) and

Nigerian Union of Journalists (NUJ). Frank Ogbeche attended his

grammar school in Agboju, Lagos state. He also attended Federal

College of Art and Science, and the University of Cross River State

where he studied Communication Art.

Frank Ogbeche wrote Harvest of Corruption based on the level of

corruption erupting in Nigeria. Though, there is corruption

everywhere: families, religious places, political governance, etc. The

author narrowed his view of corruption and to took the civil service

as a case study. He centered his novel on the corruption happening in

the civil service where his characters are top ranked officers that

are very corrupt.

Chief Haladu Ade-Amaka is the Minister for External Relations. He is

seen in the novel to be the major corrupt character; he misuses his

office and involves in shady stuff like cocaine. Haladu Ade-Amaka is

also a drunkard and a womanizer. Other corrupt characters in Ogodo's

novel are Justice Odili, Ochuole, Ogeyi, etc.

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