This cartoon appeared in The Guardian recently. Bunmi said it was one of his old cartoons adapted by The Guardian for the anti-corruption crusade now going on in Nigeria. Until citizens have the energy to revolt against corruption the crusade is a non-starter.
Here are some help in understanding this cartoon:
Two fiends were discussing the issue of corruption in Nigeria.
Scene 1: One friend said, "Corruption has eaten deep into our society... many people have no welfare while some have billions to spend."
The other friend replied: "Fingers are not equal."
Scene 2: The first friend said, "It's time for a revolution. We, the people, should rise up and fight corruption."
"It's not yet time," said his friend.
Scene 3: "Why?" His friend replied, "On my daily diet of gari and water, I won't have the energy to revolt!"
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