The book is a requiem of non - violence in its wisdom condemns federal government's sinister killing of individuals or group demonstrators seeking its attention in a bid to straighten areas of discomfort. Bearing in mind that peaceful co-existence of the country is its "divine" obligation, and in keeping with its mandate, the demonstrators under any guise should know that the federal government will not fold its arm to watch any part of its jurisdiction "hijack" peace of the country.
This is not to incite or instigate divisive apprehension in any kind by reopening healed wounds.
It seeks to remind us of the carnage of the past that would have been thwarted. It calls on the government to resolve to dialogue in addressing perceived grey areas arising from any region of the country.
I wrote the book to remind those who never saw war, and are calling for it, the dangers inherent in such.
Since war has no abode in any region, and men have not hidden their skills of self-aggrandizement, everybody, every region & race, is the audience.