The book is an irony of its title.
A Nigerian author, Malcom Tagbarha, has released a book, Everything Good About Corruption, that managed to wow almost every reader that flipped its pages.
“Everything Good About Corruption” is one of the few books that bypasses readers consciousness to register its central message, without a word.
The book is an irony of its title but sparks a cocktail of feelings, ranging from amusement to bewilderment. In the end, the book utilizes the power of emptiness to deliver a strong message to readers – “There is nothing eternally good about corruption.”
“It is written for the smart, sharp and shrewd minds that seek to RISE to the TOP of the list of the richest and wealthiest in any profession, career or vocation….It is the ultimate guide for anyone who desire to be on Forbes list of billionaires,” the author said.
Malcom, also a passion-preneur, said the book followed extensive research and interviews with politicians, professionals, corporate executives, entrepreneurs, civil servants, students, market woman and the average man on the street.
“Everything Good About Corruption” is a thought provoking and ground-breaking book that demystifies the myths and long-held perceptions about corruption and thus reveals never-before-known information about the subject.
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