It is a fact indisputable that bad leadership, occasioned by corruption as a result of greed and avarice, is the bane of Africa's advancement. And over the years, the successive leaders of the continent have only paid lip service tackling the hydra-headed monster. Clearly, the masses, and especially children of the masses, have been at the receiving end of the attendant hardship that corruption imposes. Hope attends an elitist private school, and is unaware of the wrath until the day she visited her personal driver's house where she saw the ravaging effects of poverty caused primarily by corrupt practices and the day she attended her driver's daughter's school sporting competition and saw the level of neglect and deprivation that her fellow children in public schools suffer. She confronted her parents on the issue but they couldn't give her a satisfactory explanation. So hope forms Better Tomorrow Advocacy Club (B-TAC) with which she mobilizes her fellow children across the country to fight against all forms of political and economic amorality and social oddity and all those who perpetuated them: First, every child in every home in the country, on the directive of the leadership of B-TAC, boycotts school; next, they went on indefinite hunger strike; and lastly, children hit the streets in public protest. A change is forced, and Hope's parents are also taken down, but she is happy that children were able to make change possible and have secured a hope of better tomorrow for themselves and the posterity.....