Is there a real connection between cleverness, good governance and good luck? The answer may not be so simple and direct. That is why the author of this book - an experienced editor - has painstakingly ploughed through anecdotes, news, history, and reasoning to blend a masterful piece that manages to be funny, witty, pragmatic and eye-opening all at once. The primary foci of the book are issues relating to the 2011 presidential elections in Nigeria but the book goes on to open up a typical Nigerian soul in an uncommonly down-to-earth manner.Nigeria is Africa's most populous country, often touted as the "Giant of Africa" and "Heart of Africa". The incumbent president goes by the first name Goodluck - a name which has seemingly always put him in the right places at the right times over the years. Would the Nigerian nation be electing a harbinger of good fortunes if they elect him as president in 2011? This "crazy" book broaches on that sensitive question whilst dwelling more on extant issues that perennially afflict the Heart of Africa and relentlessly taunt the Giant of Africa.