African Hand America Loves

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Dorrance Publishing, Nov 16, 2011 - Political Science - 130 pages
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It will absolutely make a thriller in the Hollywood industry; more so excerpts depicting American spies, disguise as agricultural expatriates in Ugandan dictator Yoweri Museveni’s palace who traveled all way from Washington to Kampala to demonstrate about hybrid corn growing. Instead of carrying corn seeds, however, erroneously had sorghum seedlings for explanations. Another exciting scene is when U.S presidents, all from Regan to the two Bush and Clinton, save Obama queue to scratch Museveni’s back so he scratches theirs in African geopolitical interests. Another scene has Museveni’s young brother Salim Saleh storm a meeting of Museveni and Rwanda president Kagame with a hidden revolver and threatens to shoot dead both! Later, the three conspire to hide this episode from world knowledge until this book would reveal it.
Someone has a called it a real comic literal work and I can’t agree more. Only to add, millions plus I will shop for its movie format as soon as its out.

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I have perused through the dislayed pages. . The earlier it gets to the public, the better.
I recommend it for the festive season and for the African Union.

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