the diary of a desperate naija woman
By Bola Essien-Nelson

About this book

The Diary of A Desperate Naija Woman is really just a collection of the random musings of a working Nigerian woman, wife and mother who is desperate to be like Christ. True, like any other woman, she desires many other things but for her, being a true woman of God is the main purpose of her life. Every other thing flows out from this high calling. As you travel through the pages of this book, you may not find Aristotle-like profoundness nor would you be startled by any similarities the writing style bears to that of Chimamanda Adichie or Maya Angelou. But hopefully you will laugh a little, cry a little or maybe just get mad a little. At the end of the day, all DNW wishes is that, as you share a year's worth of daily experiences with her, she manages in some tiny way to infect you with her special brand of 'desperado-ness' Noticed an error in this book? Send a mail to to report it

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