These poems are about the betrayed hopes that many have in new leaders who always promise to change things for the better and put the interests who always promise to change things for the common person first: but do not.
They bemoan the prevalence of widespread systematic corruption and greed for power
They address issues such as the failures in the health sector, rampant corruption, and nepotism.
They were written during an election period where many young people stood up and challenged the status quo.
Many of these young people have been imprisoned or murdered by the state, and yet the judiciary and other arms of the state remain powerless to bring order.
They are relevant to any part of the world where these injustices prevail.