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The title of this book is enough encouragement to read it. Nearly All The Men In Lagos Are Mad is the first published book by Damilare Kuku, which showcases the different types of men in Lagos.

About the Book

Nearly All The Men In Lagos Are Mad

‘Nearly All the Men in Lagos are Mad’ is a collection of twelve short stories featuring characters with unique voices and stories that represent the diverse class, gender and ethnic melting pot that is Lagos.

There’s a story of a young lady who tries to find her oyibo soulmate on the streets of Lagos and another of a pastor’s wife who defends her husband from an allegation of adultery.

From Ikorodu to Yaba, Ilupeju to Victoria Island, the stories underscore with wit, humour, wisdom and sensitivity, the perils of trying to find lasting love and companionship in Africa’s most notorious city that will prove universal and illuminating.

Every story is layered; these are people and choices you may recognise in yourself and people you know. Ultimately, these stories will make you laugh, think, feel and remind us all that we are not alone.


Damilare Kuku

Damilare Kuku, author of Nearly All The Men In Lagos Are Mad

Damilare Kuku is a creative artist who has worked as a radio presenter, scriptwriter, film producer, and director.

She holds both bachelor’s and master’s degrees in the Arts, and hopes to start a PhD. (also, in the Arts) someday, and maybe teach. Currently, she is best-known as an actor in Film (including The Set Up and Chief Daddy); Television (including Season 1 of Ebony Life’s Castle and Castle and Africa Magic’s Unbroken); and Stage (including Kakadu the Musical and Ewa). As a child, she was drawn to the enduring magic of books, and saw writers as spell casters. Naturally, she was entranced to become one.


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