A Squatter's Tale
A Squatter's Tale is a 1997 novel by Nigerian author Ike Oguine. The novel focuses on the experience of African immigrants to the United States, and the challenges faced in the contemporary African diaspora. Other themes include discussion of African economic policies.
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