Daggers in a Teacup

Daggers in a Teacup

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Some mystery people have stolen the money in the treasury. Chief Usman Omotola, the acclaimed winner of a popular presidential election is the only person in view so far, with a front line account. His assassination while in police custody comes as a surprise not just to the young policeman, Siva Okojie, who is invited to head the anti corruption investigations department, but to the entire nation. Retired Brigadier Dahiru Agbuduwe is a peacemaker and the brightest lead next for this high profile crime. One morning, his body and those of two important nationals are found in their homes just hours before their schedule with Siva. It is time for Siva to stop and watch his back as the enemies look vicious and deadly. Full of action and adventures with edgy suspense.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 438 pages
  • 127 x 203.2 x 27.94mm | 557.92g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1514263645
  • 9781514263648

About MR Aihebholo-Oria N Okonoboh

Aihebholo-oria Okonoboh is a Nigerian, born in Ubiaja Edo State. He is among the world's top storytellers. His new book, Daggers in a Teacup is first book of Sons of Eagle series. The ideas for the next two books in the series are ready. While Daggers in a Teacup focuses on financial crimes and corruption at the apex of government, the next two books to follow will look at national productivity from a very innovative perspective and resolution of the problem of ethnicity in Nigeria politics respectively. The setting of the new book is Njgeria, past and present. What happened on the road to democracy after the coups could not be forgotten in a hurry. The laws were made with boundaries. Certain areas were no-go. The electoral bodies had no sheer freedom to operate. The judiciary had no jurisdiction in major matters. So the transition gave birth to affected democracy. The result is governments that have huge parliaments with strong immunity against the law. And thugs and known criminals are appointed to serve, with the law warned to touch none of the anointed. Now, it is difficult to know Nigeria's status because she is actually trapped between democracy and dictatorship. So as a ready manuscript waiting to be lifted onto the pages of a book, Nigeria has become a hotbed of good stories. But he evidently admires stubborn radicals. Such is Siva Okojie, the protagonist of Daggers in a Teacup. Unfortunately, while he was determined to stem the tides of political corruption, he little realised that he had become a tool in the hands of the criminal profiles.show more