Ambitious Nnenna leaves Enugu for Lagos, seeking independence. Sadly, life in Lagos isn’t the buzz she heard of while growing up. Few days after arriving to the city, she meets Segun at an elite party where she serves food and drinks.
Although Segun’s father is filthy rich and excessively connected, Segun isn’t the type of man Nnenna wants to end up with. Apart from acting immature and completely unfocused, he is Muslim and Yoruba, and every possible thing she never wants in her man. Without her wish or will, life brings them closer and closer each passing day and she eventually falls in love with his many flaws as she is introduced to the beautiful city of Lagos through his glaring eyes.
"In Lagos Through His Eyes, Nwaogu has painted a vivid picture of a decadent rich young materialistic man in Lagos. The contrast with the people coming from the villages into the city is immense, and Nwaogu has set the stage for a drama to unfold, also involving a young lady coming from the countryside determined to improve her life, but at what cost?
Looks like a winner."
—Ronald W. Hull, Author of 'The Kaleidoscope Effect'