Do Pfizer business offices in Africa provide cover for covert U.S. agents?
Why would I ask such a question? you may ask.
Of course it is well known through various published accounts, such as White House-outed CIA agent Valerie Plame's heavily redacted book, that the U.S. security services occasionally ask private corporations to serve as "cover" for their undercover agents.
The reason I'm asking the question about Pfizer and Africa is that certain posts I've written are attracting a highly unusual interest in highly unusual places.
And concerns expressed in some of those posts have been quite literally transmitted to some of those unusual places working with very secret parts of the Department of Defense.
In order not to mess with the U.S. government I'll avoid my regular habit of disclosing names and anything else I know.
Come to think of it . . . could former Pfizer managing director for Pfizer Nigeria, Ms Ngozi Oluwatoyin Edozien, who's been on the run from her home country since the Trovan litigation in Nigeria exploded actually be a secret U.S. agent?
She was born in Nigeria but grew up in the U.S. and went to Harvard Business School where she could've easily been recruited by the CIA. She then became a McKinsey consultant and worked in the UK and France before returning to Africa, a continent in major political turmoil.
Now why would a Harvard-educated, brilliant woman who got out of Africa do such a thing?
We're just asking . . .