Zawadi was right: a puny woman who was still a political armature, operating from the equally punitive Zanzibar would not have interested a mighty giant like America. There was a deeper reason for their interest in Africa in general, that went far before Zawadi's time.
In a futuristic world, an extraordinary woman named Zawadi becomes the first president of a united Africa. She lives in an undated "anything goes" era during which the world is inundated by transgenic madness.
Zawadi discovers that America, in cahoots with Argentinean Mafiosi, hired her best friend to try and stop Zawadi from becoming president. But their reasons are economical: vast oil deposits, caused by a shift of the earth's crust, have collected underneath Africa. Coveting this oil wealth, America wants to hasten the formation of a world government. Can Zawadi successfully lead her country through this global challenge?
Replete with futuristic technologies, including laser operated pest control, and air crafts that have a capacity to stop in midair, Zawadi takes an intriguing look at a future plagued by our own twenty-first-century problems.