What will be, will be

When he emerged from the building and headed for his car, at least two dozen reporters abandoned other politicians who were all over the yard and flocked to him. They were falling over themselves to be seen, and were pushing microphones, tape recorders and notebooks virtually into his mouth. I stood at some distance and watched. Their eagerness to interview Bamanga, I thought, was not so much due to his news value but due to the perception of him in those days as a very wealthy man. “Bamanga Naira ...
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