Anthills of the Savannah - Chapters 1-2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 1: Chapter One opens as if it is in the middle of some sort of a court hearing, however it never specifically states what the court hearing or meeting is about. By the end of trial, when His Excellency is about to leave the meeting, the rumble of an uproar can be heard that the people in the room think is an approaching storm, but instead is a crowd of people that has gathered outside of the Presidential Palace.

Chapter 2: The crowd of people surrounding the Presidential Palace are the residents of Abazon, who have come to show their loyalty to the President, but also to discuss a drought issue in their village. The President tells Professor Okong if he agrees to see the people from Abazon, then that action will open the floor for everyone coming from anywhere around the country to discuss their problems and...

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