A Good Man in Africa - Part Three - Chapters 1-5 Summary & Analysis

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Part Three - Chapters 1-5 Summary

Chapter 1

Arthur Fanshawe and Morgan Leafy ponder the situation of the dead servant, Innocence. The removal of her body from the Commission grounds is yet to take place. The ancient tribal rite still needs performing to appease the Shango god, according to the natives who work at the Commission. Morgan explains to Fanshawe that Dr. Murray does not have jurisdiction to step outside the university gates to remove Innocence's body. Morgan further explains that the Ademola Clinic will take her body if they can get it down to her. Morgan wonders whether he should let Sam Adekunle know the disastrous turn of events concerning his (Morgan's) relationship with Dr. Murray. With Morgan's blow up at Dr. Murray, their all-important golf date is not looking like it will occur. Morgan then decides against letting Adekunle know...

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