Born to Rule is the autobiography of an African president-monarch. He writes about his 30-year reign during which he has been in the driver’s seat leading his country on the cobbled road from underdevelopment to underdevelopment. The author points out that as the head of one of the poorest countries on earth, his people and the world must hear from him first-hand about the policies he has been adopting to maintain his country in a permanent state of disrepair and bemused underdevelopment.
The author writes volubly about his background, education, family, and policies in various areas such as foreign affairs, education, agriculture, sports, economic planning, environmental protection, internal security, tourism, religion, armed forces, information, democratization, etc.Born to Rule is compellingly incisive, satiric, and tongue-in-cheek and, in some places, trenchantly hard-hitting and humorous in its brutal portrayal of the way Mandzah and, by extension, the African continent, is managed and mismanaged.
Tah Asongwed is an international civil servant who has published two other books (Born to Rule and Guide to Electoral Fraud). In addition, he is a musical artist who has arranged and produced many artists and released four of his own musical albums.