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Naija No Dey Carry Last is a collection of essays detailing Pius Adesanmi's observations thoughts and reactions on Nigeria As a public intellectual Pius Adesanmi has taken on both quotidian and 'hallowed' issues and made them accessible to the reader The reader is served as it were not just the facts but the tongue in cheek opinion of the author's obviously intellectual capacitiesDivided into three parts Naija No Dey Carry Last first tackles recent political history The second part titled In The Beginning Was The Word uses the English of the King James version of the Bible to parody Nigeria's incongruent realities The last part is a series of open letters in which the author tackles the funny metonymies of the most populous black nation in the worldThis book is bound to make anyone laugh Anyone who likes Victor Ehikhamenor's Excuse Me will definitely find this book utterly likeable Pius Adesanmi like Trevor Noah has the ability to couch serious issues in a not so serious tone He invites the reader to consider Nigeria's situation but he asks that the reader to also step back to see a lighter side of things Perhaps having seen the lighter side the reader is forced to see a marked contrast of dark realities lurking behind the ability of Nigerians to laugh philosophize and spiritualize every issue It is no wonder that the author in his preface talks about the price of laughterNaija No Dey Carry Last is a collection of essays detailing Pius Adesanmi's observations thoughts and reactions on Nigeria As a public intellectual Pius Adesanmi has taken on both quotidian and 'hallowed' issues and made them accessible to the reader The reader is served as it were not just the facts but the tongue in cheek opinion of the author's obviously intellectual capacitiesDivided into three parts Naija No Dey Carry Last first tackles recent political history The second part titled In The Beginning Was The Word uses the English of the King James version of the Bible to parody Nigeria's incongruent realities The last part is a series of open letters in which the author tackles the funny metonymies of the most populous black nation in the worldThis book is bound to make anyone laugh Anyone who likes Victor Ehikhamenor's Excuse Me will definitely find this book utterly likeable Pius Adesanmi like Trevor Noah has the ability to couch serious issues in a not so serious tone He invites the reader to consider Nigeria's situation but he asks that the reader to also step back to see a lighter side of things Perhaps having seen the lighter side the reader is forced to see a marked contrast of dark realities lurking behind the ability of Nigerians to laugh philosophize and spiritualize every issue It is no wonder that the author in his preface talks about the price of laughterNaija No Dey Carry Last is a collection of essays detailing Pius Adesanmi's observations thoughts and reactions on Nigeria As a public intellectual Pius Adesanmi has taken on both quotidian and 'hallowed' issues and made them accessible to the reader The reader is served as it were not just the facts but the tongue in cheek opinion of the author's obviously intellectual capacitiesDivided into three parts Naija No Dey Carry Last first tackles recent political history The second part titled In The Beginning Was The Word uses the English of the King James version of the Bible to parody Nigeria's incongruent realities The last part is a series of open letters in which the author tackles the funny metonymies of the most populous black nation in the worldThis book is bound to make anyone laugh Anyone who likes Victor Ehikhamenor's Excuse Me will definitely find this book utterly likeable Pius Adesanmi like Trevor Noah has the ability to couch serious issues in a not so serious tone He invites the reader to consider Nigeria's situation but he asks that the reader to also step back to see a lighter side of things Perhaps having seen the lighter side the reader is forced to see a marked contrast of dark realities lurking behind the ability of Nigerians to laugh philosophize and spiritualize every issue It is no wonder that the author in his preface talks about the price of laughter