Sodom City by Chukwueloka Okolo

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"A former high school teacher, Ogbu-Agu Ejiakor travels to Lagos seeking greener pastures. He lands the most coveted of jobs with the Central Bank of Nigeria as a file clerk. On the first day in his new job, he runs into an old friend: the incredibly gorgeous Nkechi Enyinnaya. Neither of their lives will ever be the same.

Nkechi Enyinnaya is the Chief Accounting Officer at the big house ,and she has a bizarre story to tell about those in power. When she finds Mr. Ejiakor in one of the offices of the department she heads, Nkechi is distraught, believing that a miracle has happened. In her mind, she has found the one person with whom to share her burden.

Her job is to make sure that the ruling despot has his foreign deposits serviced every day with money from oil receipts or boxes of cash taken from the treasury. Nkechi sees an opening and exploits the situation. As the two brainless, gavel-headed army generals rob the people with malice, and with wanton cruelty, Nkechi does likewise—only hers is a grand, futuristic scheme. Frustrated by a system that is badly damaged by corruption, she enlisted her old friend in her dangerous game."

About Chukwueloka Okolo

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Chukwueloka Okolo has published fiction in four genres. In addition, hes an independent filmmaker with seven titles to his credit. He lives with his family in Houston, Texas.
Published September 7, 2010 by iUniverse. 332 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Political & Social Sciences. Fiction

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