How Intelligence Kills
Title: How Intelligence Kills
Author: Okechukwu A Ofili
Category: Non-fiction
Language: English
Price: ₦ 500
No. of Words: 67497
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  • Ofilispeaks

My name is Okechukwu Ofili and I have the following confessions. I confess that this book will be one of the most candid and honest books you would have read in a long time. I confess that if you are not ready to get your head smacked with the book, you should drop it, because it would change your perceptions about a lot of things. But then again, I confess that this book will make you laugh, so you should not really drop it. I confess that I often write crazy chapter titles to shock people into reading my books. I confess that some of my crazy chapter titles include Corruption is Like Sex and Our Dangerous Addiction to Intelligence. These are my confessions and this is my book. I hope you like it...but then again the goal is not for you to like it but to be moved by it.
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  • Ima7878 So scaringly true!

    Reply Aug 13, 2018 2:51:18 PM
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    Reply Oct 31, 2017 12:54:38 PM
  • ToksEmmanuel Provokingly funny! Ofili warned his readers about the swearing, so I forgive... But, truth be told, this was a funny and an engaging book. Cracked me up quite a few times! Full of valuable lessons too. Kudos!

    Reply Jun 23, 2017 6:36:48 PM
  • ofilispeaks the author is sexy I said the author us sexy

    Reply Dec 11, 2016 10:04:07 AM
  • codeladylee In this well-written book Ofili talks us through the fundamental problem of Nigerian society - the over-emphasis on chasing paper, and the evidence that this has achieved the exact opposite of its intended effects: the dumbing-down of innate creativity in many Nigerians. But it doesn't stop there - the book takes a problem solving approach which actually gets the reader thinking. Ofili's sarcastic humor and witty sketches, coupled with the good pacing of the book combine to make it an incredibly eye-opening and thought-provoking read. Well done!

    Reply Dec 3, 2016 11:43:48 AM