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How Stupidity Saved My Life follows Ofili's academic struggles under a rigid educational system. He was written off by many friends and branded as a failure by numerous instructors. But through his struggles, Ofili discovered that his academic struggles were simply caused by a misunderstanding of his learning style. And by believing in himself and harnessing his unique learning style Ofili was able to succeed in High school and ultimately in College where he graduated as top 5 most outstanding engineering students in his entire class. Ofili s incredible journey is a constant reminder of what can be achieved when individuals unleash and maximize their hidden and unique talents. If you have ever been written off by teachers, friends and family then this book is a must read for you.
How Laziness Saved My Life is Okechukwu Ofili’s Latest book on Entrepreneurship and Business. This is not your regular business book written by an MBA student and filled with dramatic case studies and business theories. Rather it is an accidental business book, filled with crazy and sometimes hilarious stories that often contain powerful and endearing business lessons. Review HOW LAZINESS SAVED MY LIFE is a must read for Managers and Business Leaders! Get a copy for your boss and one for your cat...it s that good! --Okechukwu Ofili Grabs you from the first page and never lets you go...until you are done. --Okechukwu Ofili The book is so intelligently written and wickedly funny, it is as if I wrote it myself. --Okechukwu Ofili Grabs you from the first page and never lets you go...until you are done. --Okechukwu Ofili The book is so intelligently written and wickedly funny, it is as if I wrote it myself. --Okechukwu Ofili
The Diary of A Desperate Naija Woman is really just a collection of the random musings of a working Nigerian woman, wife and mother who is desperate to be like Christ. True, like any other woman, she desires many other things but for her, being a true woman of God is the main purpose of her life. Every other thing flows out from this high calling. As you travel through the pages of this book, you may not find Aristotle-like profoundness nor would you be startled by any similarities the writing style bears to that of Chimamanda Adichie or Maya Angelou. But hopefully you will laugh a little, cry a little or maybe just get mad a little. At the end of the day, all DNW wishes is that, as you share a year's worth of daily experiences with her, she manages in some tiny way to infect you with her special brand of 'desperado-ness'
Do you think it's impossible for your life to be fabulous? Do you think it's impossible to beat loneliness and depression? Do you think it's impossible for a single woman to be satisfied with her life? Haven't you heard? IMPOSSIBLE is STUPID! --- Praise for IMPOSSIBLE is STUPID Impossible is Stupid, what a title for a truly inspirational piece. Reading through the draft copy of the book, amidst my busy schedule was a time well invested. The book is filled with nuggets of wisdom to fight loneliness and live a fabulous life. Impossible is Stupid, is a paradigm shift from conventional book writing. Osayi, I salute your courage in daring to write this book. Caution: Read only when you are ready to make real decisions about your life. - Segun Akiode Nuggets for Nobles Funny, down to earth, practical and illuminating, the book will not only get you thinking but also acting. Although written primarily for women, any man reading it will obtain many useful hints on enhancing their relationship with the woman in their life. - Ayo Adebamowo, UK Author of A Life of Impact
Vincent has a great wife and wonderful daughters but there seems to be a problem, a problem apparently known to him alone because despite Aniema’s efforts to be a good wife and mother, her husband appears to manufacture reasons to brutalize her. One day Vincent goes too far and the impact is felt by everyone that is dear to him. Lives are shattered and lessons are learnt the hard way. However, though frail, ever so resilient hope does not abandon them. This short story reeducates our minds on issues pertaining to domestic violence, as well as reaffirms the relevance of the girl child against the backdrop of perception in some quarters that the male child is superior.
As 2015 slowly draws closer, a new twist pops into the already complex political equation in Nigeria. Dr. Alfred Mgbidi expresses his intention to run for the highest office in one of Africa’s giant nations, the presidency. The problem however is that Mgbidi is an extra-mortal and his ambition contravenes the ‘La exposicion no pacto’, a pact entered into by all extra-mortals. Mgbidi’s ambition is a threat to humans and extra-mortals alike, his plan meets stiff resistance from most other extra-mortals, as well as a human - Michael, a clergy man who stands as a major opposition to Mgbidi and every other thing that is wrong. Convinced that he had been giving a divine revelation and mandate to avert the apocalypse Mgbidi personifies, Michael takes a stand to uphold his faith. Set in the intriguing socio-political climate of Nigeria, subterfuge is rife as men and extra-mortals all seem to have hidden agenda. The battle for the soul of the earth is on.
It is an African fictional story that revealed the power of light over darkness in a contest that took place during the christening ceremony of a destiny child that will turn around the fortune of his community. The setting centers around a blind pastor, Pastor Adamu Katnyam, who was trained by European missionaries in the 1950s. It also motivates the rural settlers to leave palm wine tapping and face Western education because it is the way forward for a typical rural and urban settler. This book also gives a background knowledge of a community that have never been written about in any formal journal.
An underground criminal on a die-hard exercise to remain at the top… A Nigerian billionaire who will do any thing to fulfill a condemned inmate’s last wish… A vivacious lady on a deadly mission to bring down a supposed ‘yahoo’ boy… Five precise numbers that could redirect a man’s life… Seven stories that would rip you away from sanity into your wildest imagination.
The compelling and courageous story of a woman's battle with sickle cell anaemia. The author, Oluwatoyin Adesola, is a graduate of Economics from the Lagos State University and the owner of Amai Confectioners - a Cake and Confectionery business. Born with the Sickle Cell Anaemia Disease, her flair for writing has allowed her to share her experiences and the extraordinary tenacity by which she has overcome the many challenges resulting from this disease. She is an ordained Deaconess of The Redeemed Christian Church of God, and currently resides in Lagos, Nigeria.
Being a mother shouldn’t mean an end to evolving into who you are meant to be as a person; instead it propels you to your authentic self. Our lives are inundated with so much activities that we tend to forget for a spilt second the reason why we take risk daily; is not just so we can provide for our family physical needs. Our kids yearn for our attention, our hugs and for us to spend time with them. In this book you will learn why everyday of your life as a mother should bring you fun and never wave away any simple, sweet nothing chat from your kids. • Use every opportunity to nurture your kids, learn to be conscious of your role as a mother. • Remember to have some fun like a child as you go on the parenting journey. A child that is fearless and believes in the possibility of her dreams. • Your dreams can come true for you let nothing stop you but learn to keep the balance between fulfilling your dream and family life.