On a Monday morning, Makinde Esho, an uptight corporate executive based in Lagos, Nigeria, flies into Abuja, the capital city for a few hours, having been despatched by his communications firm, Techmast, to secure a government authorization at the meeting, to build a mast sub-station from the Honourable Minster of Land Resources & Environment.

There is a lot riding on this government authorization, as it will save his firm from imminent liquidation, and the Economic Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).

Mr. Esho wants only two things, keep his BOSS happy by getting the authorization from the Minister and keep his only daughter Kikelomo happy by attending her graduation ceremony at the University of Lagos.

Two very simple tasks for a professional like Mr. Makinde Esho.

Right?