The Akroma File
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Faced with debts at home and threatened by poverty, Akroma a brilliant and well-educated Ghanaian, using unorthodox means, successfully gets into Cameroon. He is bent on making a fortune. Drawing on his tremendous presence of mind and, capitalising on the early discovery that in Cameroon there is no conscience that money cannot buy, this illegal alien, travelling under three criminal identities, builds up a great amount of wealth. But he cannot buy the entire police force. One police man, Inspector Kum Dangobert, will get even with him, even if it means death. The rest of this very readable novel is about what happens when the Ghanaian evil genius is pitted against the best Cameroonian police superintendent. It is the clash of giants that ends in a cataclysm.

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Published 15 October 2009
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EAN13 9789956716098
Language English
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The Akroma File
Linus T. Asong
LangaaResearch & Publishing CIG Mankon,Bamenda
Publisher: Langaa RPCIG Langaa Research & Publishing Common Initiative Group P.O. Box 902 Mankon Bamenda North West Region Cameroon Langaagrp@gmail.com www.langaa-rpcig.net
Distributed outside N. America by African Books Collective orders@africanbookscollective.com www.africanbookscollective.com
Distributed in N. America by Michigan State University Press msupress@msu.edu www.msupress.msu.edu
ISBN: 9956-558-82-6
© Linus T. Asong 2009  First Published in 1996 by Patron Publishing House, Bamenda, Cameroon
DISCLAIMER The names, characters, places and incidents in this book are either the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Accordingly, any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, events, or locales is entirely one of incredible coincidence.
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Contents
Part One Chapter One (Saturday, April 21st, 1984) ...............................................3 2 ............................................................................................ 5 3 ............................................................................................ 7
Chapter Two (Monday, April 23rd, 1984) .............................................11 2 .......................................................................................... 14
Chapter Three (Douala International Airport, Monday, May 7th 1984) ........................................................15 2 .......................................................................................... 18 3 .......................................................................................... 19 4 .......................................................................................... 20
Chapter Four (Wednesday, May 9th 1984) ..............................................22 2 ......................................................................................... 24 3 ......................................................................................... 26 4 ......................................................................................... 28
Chapter Five (Wednesday, May 9th 1984) ..............................................31 2 ......................................................................................... 33
Chapter Six (Wednesday, May 9th 1984) ..............................................35 2 .......................................................................................... 37 3 .......................................................................................... 39 4 .......................................................................................... 40 5 .......................................................................................... 42
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Chapter Seven (Wednesday, May 9th 1984) ..............................................45 2 .......................................................................................... 47
Chapter Eight (Wednesday, May 9th 1984) .............................................49 2 ........................................................................................ 50 3 ........................................................................................ 52 4 ........................................................................................ 54
Chapter Nine (Thursday May 10th 1984) ..............................................57 2 ........................................................................................ 59 3 ........................................................................................ 61 4 ........................................................................................ 63
Chapter Ten (Thursday 10th May, 1984) .............................................65 2 ........................................................................................ 67 3 ........................................................................................ 69 4 ........................................................................................ 71
Chapter Eleven (Friday, May 11th 1984) ..................................................73 2 ........................................................................................ 75
Chapter Twelve (Saturday May 12th, 1984) ..............................................77 2 ........................................................................................ 78
Chapter Thirteen (Tuesday May 15th 1984) ................................................81 2 ........................................................................................ 83 4 ........................................................................................ 86
Chapter Fourteen (Friday 18th May, 1984) ..................................................87 2 ........................................................................................ 89
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Chapter Fifteen (Sunday , May 20th 1984) ...............................................91 2 ........................................................................................ 92 3 ........................................................................................ 93
Chapter Sixteen (Wednesday May 23rd 1984) ...........................................95 2 ........................................................................................ 96
Chapter Seventeen 2 ...................................................................................... 101 3 ...................................................................................... 103
Chapter Eighteen (Tuesday May 29th 1984) ..............................................105 2 ...................................................................................... 107
Part Two Chapter Nineteen (Wednesday, May 23rd 1984) ..........................................111 2 ........................................................................................ 112 3 ........................................................................................ 114 4 ........................................................................................ 116
Chapter Twenty (Wednesday, May 23rd 1984) ........................................117 2 ...................................................................................... 118
Chapter Twenty-One (Wednesday, May 23rd,1 984) .......................................121 2 ...................................................................................... 123
Chapter Twenty-Two (Wednesday, May 23rd, 1984) .........................................127 2 ........................................................................................ 128 3 ........................................................................................ 130
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Chapter Twenty-Three (Monday June 25th, 1984) ..............................................133 2 ...................................................................................... 134 3 ...................................................................................... 136
Chapter Twenty-Four (Tuesday, July 10th 1984) ...............................................137 2 ...................................................................................... 138 3 ...................................................................................... 140 4 ...................................................................................... 142
Chapter Twenty-Five (Nijombari, Wednesday July 11th, 1984) .......................143 2 ...................................................................................... 144 3 ...................................................................................... 146 4 ...................................................................................... 147
Part Three Chapter Twenty-Six ................................................. 151 2 ...................................................................................... 152
Chapter Twenty-Seven (Wednesday,18th February, 1986) ..................................155 2 ...................................................................................... 157
Chapter Twenty-Eight (Monday March 25th, 1986) ..........................................159 2 ...................................................................................... 160 3 ...................................................................................... 161 4 ...................................................................................... 162
Chapter Twenty-Nine (Thursday March 20st, 1986) ........................................163 2 ...................................................................................... 164 3 ...................................................................................... 165
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Chapter Thirty (Thursday March 20st, 1986) ..........................................169
Chapter Thirty-One (Friday, March 21st, 1986) ............................................171 2 ...................................................................................... 173 3 ...................................................................................... 175
Chapter Thirty-Two (Friday, March 21st, 1986) ..............................................177
Chapter Thirty-Three .............................................. 179 2 ........................................................................................ 181 3 ........................................................................................ 183
Chapter Thirty-Four (Saturday, March 23rd, 1986) .......................................187 2 ...................................................................................... 188
Chapter Thirty-Five (Monday, March 24th 1986) ..........................................193 2 ...................................................................................... 196
Chapter Thirty-Six (Monday, March 24th , 1986) ........................................199 2 ...................................................................................... 201 3 ...................................................................................... 203 4 ...................................................................................... 204 5 ...................................................................................... 206 6 ...................................................................................... 208 7 ...................................................................................... 210
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