"The Assassination," by Leye Adenle, in Sunshine Noir, edited by Annamaria Alfieri and Michael Stanley, White Sun Books, 2016.
I can't tell which African country this is taking place. Probably just ignorance on my part. Otunba is a big businessman and all-around creep. Such a creep, in fact, that someone (maybe many someones) want him dead.
We watch as the net tightens around him, but he doesn't see it. And he just keeps making the world a little worse as he goes his merry way.
This story made my week because of the neat twist ending, which I enjoyed a lot.