Queen Jennifer Book ‘Dilemma Of The Nigeria Girl Child’ Now On Amazon Store


A leading humanitarian campaigner and awardee among 20 Young Future Voices In Africa, Queen Jennifer Ephraim has started the month of March on a very happy note as her book, “Dilemma Of The Nigeria Girl Child” has made it to the largest global book store, amazon.

Queen Jennifer who took to the social media to announce this development said it is one of her most fulfilling moments.

The book she said has been made affordable to enable everyone interested to afford and read the reach literary work.

She posted, “This is one of my fulfilling ambitions to not only author a book but to have it on Amazon.

“The book sales at a very affordable price ,the paperback is sold at just 14.99 USD and the E-copy is for 9.99 USD.”

As part of efforts to advance her engagements, her organization, Jennifer Ephraim Foundation will be participating at an interactive and networking dinner as part of activities marking the 2023 International Women’s Day.

The event will hold on March 8 at Wells Carlton hotel Asokoro Abuja.


“Dilemma of the Nigeria Girl Child” is a thought-provoking book that sheds light on the challenges faced by young girls in Nigeria.

Through a blend of personal stories and expert insights, the book explores the cultural and social pressures that hinder the growth and development of Nigeria’s female youth, including early marriage, limited access to education, and poverty.

This book is a must-read for anyone looking to better understand the struggles of the Nigeria girl child and the impact these challenges have on their lives and communities. With a focus on hope and empowerment,

“The Dilemma of the Nigeria Girl Child” provides a roadmap for positive change and a brighter future for generations to come.

Queen Jennifer Ephraim is a Nigerian model, public speaker, and award-winning beauty queen.

She graduated from Adonai University with a BSC in International Relations and French, and holds certifications in HR, Project Management, and Customer Care.

At 21, she founded the “Jennifer Ephraim Foundation,” which empowers women and children in Nigeria, with plans to expand to other African countries.

Queen Jennifer is passionate about helping the less privileged and promoting education and empowerment through her foundation.


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