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An arms shipment leaves a port in Iran for Nigeria. The Department of State Security have lost track of the shipment. But there are rumours that the shipment is being held in Port-Harcourt, in a warehouse owned by some influential Lebanese businessman. The Department of State Security is concerned; it is too much risk to take action on the basis of a rumour. Besides, the President is walking a diplomatic tight-rope with Beirut already. Michael is hired to substantiate the rumour. Should anything go wrong, he is to be on his own and the Federal Government would maintain absolute deniability. But then there are quite a good number of people who would want the location of the shipment to remain a rumour until the moment was ripe.
In a distant past, somewhere on some fictitious isles on the coasts of Africa, four kings ruled over the four isles that make up a realm. Each king ruled supreme in turn for ten seasons, according to the terms of the oath as sworn by their forefathers. But things were to change, and that which men once held sacred was to be shunned as ambitions seethed and suspicions became subjects of whispered conversations.
A narrative told, in poetry, of the sagas of an ancient forest-dwelling African tribe, and a time shortly before the first European set foot across her borders.
A collection of forty-two modern narrative poems on contemporary themes.