Comedy of Naked Vampires

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AuthorHouse, 2011 - Humor - 416 pages
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Two businessmen-turned politicians get appointed into a Central Government-owned Governing Board of a University Hospital. Their mandate is to utilize every available opportunity to siphon funds to the coffers of their political sponsors. The two have greatly differing physical attributes: one is of a tiny friable frame while the other is massive and bears a traditional title befitting his giant-like physique. But both men share a common bond of unbridled quest for fleecing the public treasury and of gross inadequacy with spoken English. Over time the two titans of the Board strike a friendship as political appointees in the midst of other representatives of varying interests in the Board. The body grossly deviates from its intended roles and becomes a fund-siphoning machine whose members continuously bicker over the ratio and manner of sharing government money to the detriment of the institution whose interest they were expected to champion. Struggle for control of the body soon sets in and the first casualty becomes the Chief Executive and Administrative Head of the University Hospital. The latter is cajoled into patronizing a fetish priest where he was made to suck for, and swallow the human breast milk of the priestess. Continued rivalry between the two political titans leads to dissolution of the Board and a surprising appointment of one of the titans as the Sole Administrator of the University Hospital. Colossal malpractices follow the appointment, and protest by the workers leads to violent attack by the police with subsequent death of three people in the ensuing stampede and reckless use of live ammunition. One of the mortally wounded was the first Chairman of the Board. The perpetrators of the multiple evils show no remorse. They celebrate and dance. This they do even in the midst of the rot and decay, demonstrating an uncanny insensitivity to the gaping injuries which they have inflicted on their country and the general society whose lifeblood they had systematically drained without remorse. A very entertaining story of manipulations and hilarity in a society where the crude, uneducated and dishonorable, lord it over university dons and an otherwise enlightened but subjugatedd members of the public.

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Prologue 1
Chapter 3
Chapter 5
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 10
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
Chapter 19
Chapter 20
Chapter 21
Chapter 23
Chapter 24
Chapter 25
Chapter 26
Chapter 27

Chapter 13
Chapter 14
Chapter 15
Chapter 17
Chapter 28
Chapter 30
Chapter 31

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Oliver Akamnonu is a medical doctor who specialized in anesthesiology. He is the third of the forty six children of his father.He attended St Brigit's Catholic School Enugu, and Government Secondary School Afikpo where he was a college scholar and rose to be captain of school.He studied medicine in the University of Ibadan medical school.He was Consultant and Head of Department of Anesthesiology at Government General Hospital Owerri. He was a two term State Chairman of the Nigerian Medical Association Imo state (2000-2004) and was later appointed as a member of the apex regulatory body for the practice of medicine and Dentistry in Nigeria, the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria (MDCN).A winner of the coveted Distinguished Medical Practitioner DMP award, (DMP 2005), Dr Akamnonu is a published author of over ten books in the USA and the United Kingdom and these include: Suppers of Many Dishes part 1; Suppers of Many Dishes part 2; The Gods have Not Yet Spoken; Taste of the West; Nation of Dead Patriots; Coming Late to America; Bature; The Trial of Monogamy; Earth's Man of Color; The Honorable; Soldier Ants of war; and Arranged Marriage and the Vanishing Roots.He is married to Dr Chika Agnes Akamnonu and they have four children, Olisaemeka, Chibuikem, Somtochi and Chukwuka.He lives in New York, USA

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