43 Surefire Likely Questions on Harvest of Corruption

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Here come surefire 43 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 focus here is on surefire 42 likely essay questions on Harvest of Corruption by the famous Nigerian writer, Frank Ogodo Ogbeche.

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As usual, I urge you to discuss the questions on Harvest of Corruption with your colleagues and to attempt answering some of the questions on your own.

Have your fingers crossed. You know why? Because in the not too distant future, you will begin to see, right on this very blog, my suggested points and essay formats for answering the majority of these likely essay questions on Harvest of Corruption.

See Also:

  • Summary of Harvest of Corruption, Scene One
  • Summary of Harvest of Corruption, Scene Two
  • Summary of Harvest of Corruption, Scene Three

I will also be updating this list of probable questions on Frank Ogodo Ogbeche’s play, Harvest of Corruption as time goes on.

Now I present to you my list of the most likely essay questions on Frank Ogodo Ogbeche’s play, Harvest of Corruption.

42 most likely questions on Harvest of Corruption

1. Comment on the role of Ogeyi in the play.
2. Compare and contrast the characters of the Commissioner of Police and ACP Yakubu.
3. Assess the character and role of Ochuole.
4. Examine the playwright’s use of foreshadowing in the play, Harvest of Corruption.
5. With close reference to two incidents, show how the playwright exposes the corrupt elements in society.
6. Ochuole is an epitome of moral degeneration in the Nigerian society. Comment.
7. To what extent is Aloho personally responsible for her predicament in the play, Harvest of Corruption?
8. Describe the relationship between Ochuole and Chief Haladu Ade-Amaka.
9. Compare and contrast the characters of Ogeyi and Aloho.
10. Discuss the theme of corruption in Harvest of Corruption.
11. Is “Harvest of Corruption” an appropriate title for Frank Ogodo Ogbeche’s play?

12. What is the significance of the first meeting between Aloho and Ochuole?
13. Aloho is an unsuspecting victim of a hopelessly corrupt system. Comment.
14. What aspects of Nigerian society are criticized in the play, Harvest of Corruption?
15. Comment on the theme of graduate unemployment in Harvest of Corruption.
16. What is the role of Akpara Hotel in the play, Harvest of Corruption?
17. Assess the character of Justice Odili, in Frank Ogodo Ogbeche’s play, Harvest of Corruption.
18. Discuss Harvest of Corruption as a social satire.
19. Examine the theme of abuse of power in the play, Harvest of Corruption.
20. Harvest of Corruption is a mirror of many African societies. To what extent is this statement true?
21. Comment on the idea of nemesis in Harvest of Corruption.
22. What failings of society are revealed in the play, Harvest of Corruption?
23. Examine the contribution of the political class to the problems in the play.
24. What significant role does ACP Yakubu play in the development of the plot of the play, Harvest of Corruption?
25. Comment on the visit of Chief Haladu Ade- Amaka to Justice Odili’s house.
26. Comment on the visit of Chief Haladu Ade- Amaka to the office of the Commissioner of Police.
27. Assess the character and role of Aloho in the play, Harvest of Corruption.
28. Discuss the theme of sexual immorality in the play, Harvest of Corruption.
29. Examine the theme of judicial corruption in Harvest of Corruption.
30. Comment on the encounter between Inspector Inaku and Ayo in the play.
31. Everyone is caught in the web of bribery in the play, Harvest of Corruption. Comment.
32. Examine the theme of madness in the play, Harvest of Corruption.
33. What role does the madman play in Harvest of Corruption?
34. Jabu is a place where even the most incorruptible are smeared with corruption. Do you agree?
35. Describe the use of humour in the play, Harvest of Corruption.
36. Comment on Harvest of Corruption as serious drama.
37. Examine the assertion that the police institution is complicit in perpetuating the social evils in Harvest of Corruption.
38. What kind of character is the Commissioner of Police in the play, Harvest of Corruption?
39. Describe the role of Mrs. Obi in the play.
40. Assess the character and role of Madam Hoha

41. Comment on the role of money in the play, Harvest of Corruption?

42. What constitutes the harvest in Frank Ogodo Ogbeche’s play, Harvest of Corruption?

43. Comment on the role of Chief Haladu Ade-Amaka in Harvest of Corruption.

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