Sex After Harmattan

What it means to be female in Nigeria.

What Does This Book Cover?

Enter a world where the sometimes shocking and often hilarious mating and dating habits of the privileged are exposed by a true insider. In this true-life story drawn from her witty and sometimes brutally candid circle in Lagos, Cynthia ‘Tasha’ Osajibenedict introduces us to the young and beautiful who travel in packs from offices to bars to clubs. Meet “Adaugo,” the quintessential young entertainment and lifestyle writer looking for love in all the wrong places…”Mr. Emeka,” the business tycoon who drifts from one country and woman to another… “Makamba Ekong,” the fortyish, successful, “testosterone woman” who uses sex like a man or so they say…not to mention “Psycho Lekki Moms,” “Mummy’s Boys,” “International Runs Girls,” Yahoo boys and their magas, the Leftovers of Lagos” and the rest of the Lagosians who have inspired one of the most interesting books you’ve read in ages.

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Cynthia ‘Tasha’ Osajibenedict, is an Author, Creative Writer, Content and Brand strategist, and Creative Consultant. She is the author of Dear Naija Girl, a Radio Host on Elegbete Tv and Radio, a foremost online radio in Nigeria and the Creative Director of Tashtalks Media, a media agency that offers editorial services, creative consultancy, and media buying. She’s been in the media industry for over 7 years, working with Radio stations, record labels, advertising agencies, online media houses and now- literature. She’s also a social activist, using her voice, her craft and her life to share the stories of women in Nigeria, shatter stereotypes and encourage women to own their truth. Her book, Dear Naija Girl is a book highlighting the experiences of women and what it means to be female in Nigeria. Asides from sharing true life stories of several women, it also highlights the struggles of women in Nigeria and the true meaning of feminism

Cynthia ‘Tasha’ Osajibenedict


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