Amazon #1 Best-Seller “Billions At Play” Officially Released Today
Johannesburg, October 22nd, 2019: The latest book of Nj Ayuk, “Billions At Play: The Future of African Energy and Doing Deals” has been released and is now fully available for sales on Amazon.
The book has made headlines in recent weeks for achieving #1 best-seller status in several categories while being on pre-order. These include Oil & Energy, Natural Resources and African Politics.
In “Billions At Play”, the Executive Chairman of the African Energy Chamber and CEO of the Centurion Law Group offers a comprehensive road map for Africa to do a better job at using its vast natural resources to fuel economic growth and improve the lives of hundreds of millions of Africans.
As one of Africa’s most experienced energy negotiator and lawyer, Nj Ayuk shows how African governments and companies can make better deals and negotiate a better future for the continent. From highlighting the potential of natural gas for propelling the continent to greater heights to lamenting the lack of women inclusion across the energy sector, Nj Ayuk gives a candid and encouraging analysis of what the continent can achieve by getting energy right.
The book’s critical solutions to key issues such as investment deals negotiations, electricity shortage or technology have earned it the support and praise of several leading industry executives from North America, Europe and Africa.
“Billions At Play: The Future of African Energy and Doing Deals” will be officially launched in Cape Town on November 6th. For more information on the book, follow us on social media @BillionsAtPlay.
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