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The Demystification of Stephen

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A chance meeting with Stephen Duru could be the opportunity Christy, the Olowokeres and one wannabe artist need to make their dreams come true. Stephen is the quintessential 21st century gentlemen: well connected, rich and charming to all he meets. It is however surprising that no one seems to know Stephen's background or who he really is.
Following events that leave Christ
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Published March 14th 2016 by BookBaby
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Stephen Duru is a rich, well behaved young Nigerian man, who doesn't seem to have a background. He appears to be the dream husband, a generous benefactor, a capable campaign manager and the only chance a wannabe artist needs to be a star, all rolled into one. He is the perfect gentleman. Or is he?

The Demystification of Stephen is a collection of 10 short stories that revolve around the lives and experiences of young men and women - people who are caught in the middle of a corrupt political syst
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