Leftist Nigerian playwright and Francophone professor.
Calabash (1999): 50 pages. A satirical play, it attack
neo-colonial regimes which, supported by their western masters,
loot their countries in the interests of foreign companies and
take their own cut in terms of bribes and general corruption and
deposit it overseas. It also focuses on switzerland's sinister
role in this due to its policy of fanatic secrecy, which has
allowed it to become one of the richest countries by benefiting
from the stolen wealth of the rest of the world.