HUNTER & GATHERER
They are different. She is a hunter and he is a gatherer. She loves building enterprises; he has a penchant for making money. But they are married because they both want one thing. Power.
This is the saga of Sally Obange, an intelligent and ambitious marketing professional covertly orchestrating her destiny to success in advertising in the bustling business community of Upperhill, Nairobi. Her marriage to the millionaire tenderpreneur Rapudo presents her with the seat of power her heart truly yearned and she evolves from an ordinary professional into a cold blooded political animal. Every political force in her path is turned into a surrogate for the motifs on the contemporary political scene that irritate Rapudo's own conservative sensibilities, making the clear point statement that politics is the sport of distasteful appeasers and politically correct prudes. But this not any politics. This is Kenyan politics. It comes with furious vengeance and greed and it is manned by greedy and corrupt players with cold-blooded underhand dealings. The game is played in a nefarious world. In a shrouded metropolis. In Nairobi City. The world of men. The world of corrupt politicians and unscrupulous go-getter businessmen and ruthless lawyers. The only place in the planet where people go to parliament and suddenly become multi-millionaires in less than five years.
Sally thinks she is tailor-made for this game. Her greed now wants to consume her like fire even before she reaches her goal. She must fight. She must use her hunter instincts well, and she must borrow Rapudo's gatherer tricks as well.
Novel, 656 pages