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But, Whose Fault?

By: Amos Asemone,Fernanda Asemone
Narrated by: Luke William Bromley
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Publisher's Summary

Do you keep an eye on world events through mainstream media? If so, chances are you have missed out on many essential news stories from countries around the world.

While many news outlets will cover European, UK, and US news in great detail, they often leave out essential news from other continents, especially Africa.

And yet, that doesn’t mean that newsworthy events occur there every day, just like in the UK. In fact, some of the most newsworthy stories have occurred in Africa in recent years. If you want to learn more about the conflicts of African communities, you have come to the right place.

Introducing But, Whose Fault?, a true story based in Ghana, where two AK-47s mysteriously vanished before reappearing without ammunition. Not only does this audiobook shed light on an incident that is still to be answered to this day, but it also highlights one of the many conflicts that African communities go through that are never displayed on the big screen.

In many ways, the conflict surrounding the missing rifles is a point of convergence of the exploitation of Africa and the negligence shown toward the local people and their value to the world. It is one of the main reasons it continues to go unnoticed in many countries, yet it is a story that must be told.

Inside But, Whose Fault?, discover:

  • Essential background information about the local people and community
  • The political context behind the events that unfolded
  • The initial factors that influenced the confrontation
  • The company behind the Nguvu mining project
  • The disappearance, search, and fallout from the missing rifles

If you are at all interested in the rich history and real-life stories of Africa, this audiobook is a must-listen.

©2023 Amos Asemone (P)2023 Amos Asemone
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: History

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