Okey Eni

DMI

DMI by Okey Eni
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fiction Fiction, Suspense
For readers of:Stephen King, Johm Grisham, Robert Ludlum
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Print Length788
ISBN 978-1532899447
PublisherCreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition
Publication DateApril 25 2016
LanguageEnglish
About the Book

Dictatorship, Military rule was the order of the day in Africa, not long ago. But Africans fought for democratic rule, many were killed, many were brutally murdered by despotic Military rulers. This is the story of the struggle for constitutional government in Nigeria. The S.S. Squad of the Directorate of Military Intelligence, wielded the power of life and death over every Nigerian. Top politicians and business executives who had sympathy for pro-democracy struggle in Nigeria were gruesomely murdered. Inspector Fred Ugo of the Homicide section of Nigerian Police Force headquarters was assigned to lead the investigation. The tread of the investigation led to a second killer who sneaks in and murder the victims before the arrival of the Elite SS Squad Of the Directorate of Military Intelligence. Three people were on trail of this mysterious killer, Captain Sabo Yakubu, the leader of the SS Strike Squad of the Directorate of Military Intelligence. Inspector Fred Ugo, and fiery lawyer and pro-democracy activist Rotimi Jegede. Where will the trail lead to?

About the Author

MR. Okey F. Eni was born on the 27th day of July 1966. He is a Lawyer and is in active legal practice. He started writing in the year 2000, and has written eighteen books at the last count. They are, four novels; namely Dreams. DMI1 and 2, Emma, The child prostitute. Eight books of poems, three books on women's right and three plays. Most of these books are unpublished and some of his poems have been published in journals and some anthologies. MR. Eni is married and live in Lagos Nigerian with his wife.

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