Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) in Nassarawa Eggon Community,” brings Modern revelation of harmful African Culture and traditional practice involving the removal of part or whole of organs of vulva of female genitalia (WHO, 1995). This has affected the people of Nassarawa Eggon community of Nasarawa State-Nigeria. This reveals physical, mental health and psychological complications on the victims. The book provides chariot call for community social health unit, health workers, mental health professionals, and the general public to utilize a sense of diagnosis in providing psychotherapeutic services for the victims. The qualitative and quantitative methodology of the study guaranteed reliability and validity of the findings as it relates to the level of differences in physical, mental and psychological well-being between the circumcised and uncircumcised females. The book hereby, recommends international and national agencies to canvas for public lectures via conferences, media, churches, mosque, schools, offices, and community meetings in order to sensitize the people on the implications and dangers of FGM to the sustainability of functional education across the globe.