+234 - An Awkward Guide to Being Nigerian

By Àtọ́kẹ́

General non-fiction, Biography & memoir | Paperback, eBook


A collection of essays which highlight the nuances, perks and tiny bits of being Nigerian. Using humour and personal anecdotes, the writer invites the reader into her experiences as a black woman raised in Nigeria. Going beyond the common narrative of what the media portrays Nigerians as, this book provides a personal perspective to the life of a Nigerian, and what it means to BE a part of African's most populous black Nation. The book will make you laugh, think, cry and then laugh some more - because Nigerians are nothing, if not the happiest people in the world.



Atoke is a lawyer, writer, retired foodie and FitFam adherent. She worships at the altar of words, and believes life is too short not to be kind to other people. Born, raised & buttered in Lagos, Nigeria, she spent a part of her life travelling between Newcastle, Swansea, Houston and back. She now lives in Toronto, Canada with her MacBook Pro & her New Balance running shoes. Of course she exists to watch TV but she doesn't think that's appropriate information for a professional bio. For more information visit www.atoke.com


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Atoke is a lawyer, writer, retired foodie and FitFam adherent. She worships at the altar of words, and believes life is too short not to be kind to other people. Born, raised & buttered in Lagos, Nigeria, she spent a part of her life travelling between Newcastle, Swansea, Houston and back. She now lives in Toronto, Canada with her MacBook Pro & her New Balance running shoes. Of course she exists ...


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