The Vampires of Africa

The book is utterly confined to describe African state of life, social classes, the relentless political moguls and the hardship encountered by the meagre in the African society, it vividly demonstrates to the reader how evil has been accepted in the society, the poor perpetually being subjects to mistreatments as opposed to the always unstoppable political and influential a few. It is more of a drama and hilarious.

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