The Last King of Scotland - Part 2, Chapter 33 Summary & Analysis

Giles Foden
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Part 2, Chapter 33 Summary

In spite of his resolve to leave, Garrigan remains for a few months more. He helps Amin plan for the invasion of Tanzania, providing plans for rations and instructions for battlefield medics. Amin is quite pleased with his contributions, and he is back in favor.

He receives, on the same day, several letters. One is a bank statement, showing that the money Stone promised is still in his account, and another is a letter from his sister telling him that he has inherited a property on an island. He also receives a letter from Nestor, the watchman for the compound in Mbarara, about Gugu, the boy he took in for a month. Nestor tells him that Gugu is in trouble, and Garrigan needs to come to Mbarara to help him.

Garrigan now plans to drive to Mbarara in his van, and then take the boy...

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