The Crime Scene In A Typical Nigerian Home

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I know I know…I have not written a blog post or sketched a sketch since that mysterious bloke f**cked messed with my ideas.

But I have since moved on and I am now working hard to finish up my 3rd book How Intelligence Kills Us: Our Dangerous Addiction To Intelligence, Religion and White People (I just added that) and the book is really taking shape (I swear). I mean just yesterday I completed 2 chapters titled “The Ajebuta Nation” and “Intelligence Sometimes Looks Stupid” and they both are very interesting. I might even blog some parts of those chapters next week…hmmmm

Anyway while working on the chapters, I began thinking about a cover design concept that would tie to the concept of the book How Intelligence Kills Us when I stumbled upon one of those chalk outlines of dead bodies at a crime scene. And then I thought to myself hmmm what if I…ok ok I fapped this sketch idea from one place like that, but I made it my own. And like my mentor Jonathan Sprinkles says “1% different is original.” So hopefully you enjoy my original* sketch Crime Scene Do Not Cross…

NOTE: Chapter titles are subject to change without notice. cannot be sued for any trauma caused from a sudden change in chapter title…he is indecisive like that =D

Ofili is an award winning ninja motivational speaker, author, success coach and successful assassin entrepreneur who blogs about life, success and entrepreneurial excellence. Follow him on twitterfacebook or subscribe to his blog for more success TIPS!” To bring Ofili to your school or organization as a speaker simply go here.


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