Building Nomadic E-Government: This book simply tries to tell the reader what e-government really is. The critical realist stance adopted by the author enables the author to question many taken for granted assumptions that is the bane of many technologically-oriented solutions. By linking the concept of e-government to the quest for good governance in Africa, the author unearths the flawed technological model that the concept is based on. In fact, the author points out that rather than e-government resulting in an public service model that is inclusive of all citizenry, the e-government drive is likely to result in social exclusion of certain segments of the populace in developing countries of Africa. That the quest for e-government is likely to entrench central government''s control and technologize the civil service towards a technocracy. The book does not stop at exposing the currently flawed concept of the organizing vision of e-government but rather proposes an alternative conceptualization anchored on nomadic thinking. The author uses the rationale of social exclusion as the basis of his Nomadic E-Government Co-Evolutionary (NECE) framework.