Chaos of Brexit
This book has a timely message as the UK attempts to struggle out of the chaos of Brexit.
It asks the question, should the majority carry the vote? If the answer to that question is yes then we have a lot to consider. Do our leaders always serve us well? Have they got our interests before their own? Should we just follow like sheep? The author asks some searching questions and finds some disturbing answers. This is a book that needs to be read – before it is too late.
About the author
My name is Meverly Adjhei Benjamin. I am Dutch by Nationality. A seasoned lawyer, development consultant, speaker and author, with fluent multilingual abilities in English, Dutch, and Twi.
I have a passionate desire to use my communication skills to influence the world, especially to stir people up towards the realization of their full potential. The faintest pen, is said to last longer than the brightest brain, this is why I am committed to putting my message of hope into writings, for the present generation, and those to come , to be inspired by them, and to make the most of their lives.
The role of Academic qualifications cannot be overemphasized, as part of the fundamental requirements for an individual to be well equipped for global influence. In the light of this, its my humble pleasure to present the fact that I had my Bachelor of Laws degree, with a major in Dutch law, from the prestigious University of Applied Science, Rotterdam-Netherlands.
Furthermore, I have a master’s degree in Corporate Governance and Financial Law (LLM) with a specialization in Corporate Governance and Financial Law (LLM). from the university of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom.
Over the years, I have worked for, and with quite a number of organizations, as well as clients, ranging from young individuals, to privately owned companies, public corporations, Non-governmental organizations, as well as government agencies. My work experience cuts across various sectors, with my services deployed in a couple of nations, including Ghana, Belgium, Netherlands, and the United Kingdom.