Shattered Calabash by Tunde Fatunde
This play depicts a neo-colonial regime that expropriates the wealth of the country into private bank accounts in Europe, with the blatant cooperation of western commercial interests. The drama is at once personal and political: the wife of a well-placedand corrupt husband discovers his actions of embezzlement and gradually reveals her knowledge and proof. The play shifts in and out of didactic mode, employing humour and satire as a means of expressing social criticism.
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