power hungry, 2020
This is a short satirical piece that reflects upon the “gluttony” of the African political landscape. Food is used as a metaphor for the trade-in many of our leaders have made for their own personal gain and claim to power. Eating in this case eludes to corruption and the welcoming of multinational deals that in effect takes away agency of the local people.
Who continues to feed them, and what happens when the meal is over?