Quote by: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

On the day Princess Diana died, a group of students had gathered before a lecture, talking about what they had heard on the radio that morning, repeating “paparazzi” over and over, all sounding knowing and cocksure, until, in a lull, Okoli Okafor quietly asked, “But who exactly are the paparazzi? Are they motorcyclists?” and instantly earned himself the nickname Okoli Paparazzi


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Author Bio


  • NameChimamanda Ngozi Adichie
  • DescriptionNigerian writer
  • BornSeptember 15, 1977
  • CountryNigeria
  • ProfessionWriter; Poet; Teacher
  • WorksPurple Hibiscus; Half Of A Yellow Sun
  • AwardsMacArthur Fellows Program