Guerrilla of the Niger Delta
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Miembro desde 1996
Título: Guerrilla of the Niger Delta
Editorial: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
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Delano has been informed of the mysterious disappearance of a US envoy in Nigeria in the wake of insurgency in this country. Requested by the authorities to help rescue the envoy abducted by gunmen presumed to be members of a militant group ravaging the creeks of the Niger Delta in South - South in Nigeria, Delano, to his great surprise, realizes the key to the envoy’s liberation leads to the biggest revelations on the history of the big Oil cartel around the oil thief and the work of the Guerrilla of the Niger Delta. The activity of the Oil Brotherhood involves famous names. The Barons maintain a chain of activities, which has led to an evolution of the activities of the militant group. Assisted by Como and his band of boys bent on changes, Delano endeavors to solve the mystery behind the abduction of the US envoy, while trying to evade the machinations of the locals and of the State. Delano must take every step to confront them and save his life in this terrain of uncanny, self - scarifying ' Nightingale'.About the Author:
Akpoviri Akpoveta, is an eclectic writer whose work cut through creative literary gene, A respected writer, journalist, filmmaker, public intellectual and a social commentator who is using his work to address the many ills in the society. He is a man with highly creative managerial skills, a public affairs analyst who currently works in the capacity of Creative Director at Vysta Image Concept Enterprises. He is also a business consultant for firms both within and outside Nigeria. As a poet, he has contributed to several Anthologies both locally and internationally. “Guerrilla of the Niger Delta” is first in line up of other works ready to be published.
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