Twenty five years after the Affirmative Action Policy is ruled unconstitutional, a new nation emerges in Africa, one that is populated and governed solely by Black people. The African Union of New Kemet, or AUNK, becomes an economic and political superpower with clout equal to the industrialized nations of the world. However, back in America, Blacks are reduced to indentured servants and forced slavery is re-instituted. When a virus more lethal than Ebola is released on the populace of AUNK, the proud nation determines that terrorism is involved and all fingers are pointing toward one nation, the United States of America. War becomes eminent and the entire world begins to choose sides. As the lines are drawn, there is only one thing that can stop the conflict from reaching the boiling point, finding the antidote. A young man named Mbaku Bolo, a spy and an assassin by trade, is sent to find the cure that could put an end to the conflict that threatens to tear his country apart. But, during his quest he discovers that not everything is as it seems and that there are forces at work that are deadlier than the virus could ever be.