It is commonly quoted in Nigeria that if a farmer plants cassava, at harvest time he can only reap cassava. And so it goes that when Don Chilly Senior begrudginly denied his wife the right to participate in Don Chilly Junior's upbringing, the stage for destruciton was set and the repercussions were to be felt as far away as South Africa. Don Junior's parents, especially his father, a former law professor and himself immersed in shady dealings with the wrong people, make many important and significant decisions for their son. Soon both Dons are caught up in their own web of lies, deceit and secrets. Desperate to control his family and business partners, he gains a rather tainted reputation. Between it all, a lot goes wrong. Don Junior, a.k.a. the Street Professor, becomes a 419 and the unlikely victim is Van der Rogue, the president of the South African Allied Farmers' Union. This product of teenage parents, who feel from favour following a steamy affair with the young wife of a benevolent wine merchant, has Fortune smile on him fro but a moment. Beguiled by a beauty, he falls for Don Junior's trap. 419 is not a crime, but a penal code created by the subsequent Nigerian government to prosecute those accused of committing the crime called Obtaining by Trick (OBT. The code was amended by differnt military dictators and sanctified some others, who baptized the decree that was used to prosecute fraudulent activities that happened to fall under decree number 419. The crime commited against the sucker or mugu as OBT called the vicitms, dressed in whatever uniform, is simply called fraud.
|Publisher:||Ebi Aghigbe Okeng Ebi|
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