Come to think of Africa and the first thing you’ll be told is that ‘political will’, or the tone at the top, is the foundation of any successful anti-corruption effort. But what if a country’s leader, whose ethics and integrity should be beyond question, isn’t as principled as they should be? True to the old adage that ‘absolute power corrupts absolutely’.
Prince Adams Abayema tell a story of how the weak, poor and less privileged suffer in the hands of our corrupt African leaders in his new poetry. Download and Listen to Audio below