When a small African island nation receives its independence from Britain in the middle of the first decade of the twenty-first century, Otileti Gbankogboju becomes head of the caretaker government. A teacher and the proprietor of the only indigenous school, the well-educated Oti hopes that, by as acting prime minister, he can stabilize his developmentally backward country. The residents of this little nation have pinned their future hopes on Oti. To understand what qualities mold a great African leader, Oti and his wife, Phoebe, travel to Nigeria to learn from the president of the country. Oti thinks he's going to hear about selfless service because that's what he believes leading a country is all about. But he is shocked when the Nigerian president qeducatesq him on what really makes a qgreatq African leader. Built on satire and humor, qThe African Princeq provides a fictionalized look into the power and corruption of Nigeria's leaders.If you hold public office and you dona#39;t steal, people will say youa#39;re a fool for not stealing. If you do steal money people will gather round and hail you and hope to help you spend the money. However if you get caught, the same people will turn anbsp;...
|Title||:||The African Prince|
|Author||:||Ayoade I. Oluwasanmi|
|Publisher||:||Trafford Publishing - 2010-12|