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A Call for Change, to Support the Precarious African Environment and Enable the Stakeholder Enablement Doctrine for Indigenous Africans in Oil Rich Nations: Author Amy Johnson’s New Fiction Book Delivers A Sharp Critique on Africa

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Multinational Oil companies and corporations, exploiting the lands of Africa are—generating billions from oil production, while local Africans suffer from the pangs of poverty. In Amy Johnson’s compelling novel entitled, “Michael: The Shockwave: Dauphin - The Final Flight 2003,” readers shall observe the plight of oil-rich West Africa from the Luciferian hands of politics and business with little regard for the environment and the local tribes and nationals of Africa.

The book is written from the perspective of a helicopter pilot and senior flight safety commander, who sees how the globalization of commerce, though advancing, ironically fueled the most vital and profound issues facing Africa. Multinational companies such as Shell and British Petroleum played a massive impact on this pressing problem, also affecting the entire world—impacting the lives of the indigenous population, their religious beliefs, and even the wider international community. Through the pilot’s lenses, this book condemns the people behind these exploitations for violent gains and praises political and cultural leaders who harness the values of African-ness and keep their lands safe from the invasion of wealth-seeking Multinational corporations. The author’s insightful words reiterate on the politics and beliefs’ inseparability. If only these two major foundations of a country are well harnessed, it shall be a tour-de-force for justice and peace to take over Africa’s lands—eventually, the entire globe.

This compelling tale of love, loss, and beauty of Africa crafted marvelously by the author through words breathtakingly put together conveying a pilot’s point of view calls for bold African leadership to reign change for its people. The book begins with an enquiry into a fatal accident investigation, in West Africa, Nigeria. It touches on the special life of the African Chiefs, the ancients and archaeological sites; on Saro –O- Wiwa, the legendary, human rights activist and his execution, which renders the Ogoni people shocked and forsaken. The Flight Safety commander, moves swiftly in between scenes from Scotland to Africa and back, while a Senior female, Flight Commander joins him to head the investigation into flight safety for helicopters operating offshore in Africa.  Amidst globalization, world political change, and the Middle Eastern conflicts commencing, the debrief preparation for the investigation begins. Through various African Soirees, Artistic adventures, the Captain continues with his brief - with flight safety, dominating his mind.

The author’s timely and compelling topic awakens its readers’ nationalism and love for its people’s culture and traditions—a cry for change towards brighter future endeavors.

‘Michael’ book copies are available at
Writer: Amy Johnson
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Publication Date: March 25, 2013
ISBN-10: 1449096514
ISBN-13: 978-1449096519
Paperback: $15.18
Hardcover: $25.96
About the Author
Amy Johnson primarily trained as a scientist, a molecular geneticist, having conducted research in cell membrane genetics. She taught and researched extensively in molecular genetics and biomedical sciences after obtaining her doctorate. Later, she entered the legal profession, and trained as a lawyer with a highly reputable international firm, dealing with international solemn high court terror criminal cases and chamber practice. She also completed her masters in intellectual property law, earning a first with distinction in her dissertation. She later completed a Masters Course in International relations, conflicts and politics—serving as a foundation for many of her books. She undertook the study of Juris Doctor Subjects in criminal and civil justice legal reforms with Summa cum Laude Professors from (American Bar Association), Washington State, Harvard, Princeton, Cornell and Yale Universities.

Her fiction book entitled, “Michael,”  explores changes for the land of Africa, the stakeholder enabling doctrine for indigenous Africans and she has a complementary book, “Echo Sierra Oscar,” with poems laced altogether describing the journey of a contemporary Homer set in the present times.

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