Jokowi's ministers enact theatrical drama centering on anti-corruption

Jokowi's ministers enact theatrical drama centering on anti-corruption

The theatrical comedy drama based on the anti-corruption theme played by Jokowi's three ministers at Vocational High School 57 Jakarta on International Anti-Corruption Day, Monday (December 9, 2019).

Corruption, even the insignificant acts, is always corruption and should not be committed.
Jakarta (ANTARA) - Three ministers of President Joko Widodo’s (Jokowi's) cabinet played roles in a theatrical comedy drama #AchievementWithoutCorruption to mark International Anti-Corruption Day 2019 at Vocational High School 57 Jakarta on Monday.

State-Owned Enterprises Minister Erick Thohir, Education and Cultural Affairs Minister Nadiem Makarim, and Tourism and Creative Economy Minister Wishnutama Kusubandio acted alongside two comedians: Bedu and Sogy Indraduadja.

Makarim along with Indraduadja act as freshmen, while Kusubandio and Bedu played the roles of senior students. The four wore white-grey high school uniforms, while Thohir came in the guise of a food seller at their school.

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The drama story unfolds during the school's break time when a student is looking to commit a corrupt act by using the class treasury to procure some food, but the other students stall the corruption scheme.

President Jokowi attended the comedy-drama show in the company of Minister of Law and Human Rights Yasonna H. Laoly and Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan. The show was presented for students and teachers of the school.

"Corruption, even the insignificant acts, is always corruption and should not be committed," Jokowi added.

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