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16 October 2005

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A Candid Twist in the Tale

Last Orders at Harrods

Michael Holman's Last Orders at Harrods is candid indictment of the African's inability to successfully manage his affairs, says Okechukwu Uwaezuoke

Africa is indeed a dark continent: literally and metaphorically. It is little wonder the Western media love to beam the spotlight on its feet of clay. You can then understand why I do not think much of literary efforts by Westerners on Africa. But that all changed when I read Michael Holman's Last Order at Harrods (An African Tale).

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