The Sin of Power by Denis Ekobena

Power can corrupt the strongest of men but will it corrupt Peter a lawyer who defiles all odds to write the wrong of his nation’spast

It is a trilling drama of a young African lawyer who defiles all odds to write the wrong of his nation’s past. There are many questions left unanswered as to why so much political unrest in Africa. Why do most leaders refuse to give up their sit when they lose an election? Why do presidents maltreat their own people at the expense of their nation’s wealth? There is only one answer: POWER.
Power can corrupt the strongest of men but will it corrupt Peter Kelonge? Peter is driven to oppose the corrupt dictator President Massa and liberate Catanga from his tyrannical rule. Set in the heart of Africa, the country of Catanga has become impoverished and suffered much bloodshed under Massa’s greed and violent oppression. Will Peter Kelonge manage to overthrow Massa and will he manage to lead the people of Catanga with honor and justice or will he succumb to the sin of power?

  • Classification: Universal
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  • First submitted Dec. 22, 2011
  • Last updated Dec. 22, 2011
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    Dave Hill wrote 3 years, 6 months ago

    Eloquently written and interesting - I have put it on my watchlist to return to as soon as possible. rated at 5 stars