“A Week In The Life” is a weekly Zikoko series that explores the working-class struggles of Nigerians. It captures the very spirit of what it means to hustle in Nigeria and puts you in the shoes of the subject for a week. The subject for today is Chizzy. A trader in Yaba in his twenties. […]
The jokes write themselves and here are some of the funniest ones to send to your friends that support Man U. 1) Even I feel the pain in this one: I am not a Man U fan. 2) I shouldn’t have laughed that hard. 3) This is the funniest thing I have seen on Jack’s […]
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See below the newly revised handbook of acceptable behaviour for you to be considered as responsible. At least by adultier Nigerian adults. 1) Adults are always right. Okay? 2) You must also allow adults disrespect you. Without any form of protest. Are we on the same page? 3) Or cheat you. Only irresponsible children protest […]
Men, let’s gather here as this is our safe space. Player in this context is a babe that’s here for a good time and not a long time. Shall we? 1) The babe that only likes you because you have a girlfriend. Her KPI is to divert your attention and love resources away from your […]
Yoghurt is one of God’s greatest gifts to humankind.
We won’t judge you…too much.
Honestly, every Nigerian is sitting on this table.
“Please. I need a discount deal!”
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Cheat, but make it respectful.
Are you an attentive Nigerian?
Annoying questions beget annoying answers.
Do you follow your brain or your heart? This is a difficult question to answer, considering that both play important roles in decision making and pretty much everything else. Well, we’ve decided to help you figure out the answer. Just answer a few questions and we will take care of the rest.
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Igbo Nigerians like to do things the “Igbo way”. It’s like sometime way back Igbo people held a meeting and made a checklist for being Igbo. So asides the obvious tradition being upheld there is also a culture that comes with being Igbo. Here are 5 things every Igbo Nigerian has done, will do, or […]
Since the love triangle between Will Smith, Jada Pinkett Smith and August Alsina became public knowledge a lot of Nigerians suddenly remembered that open marriages are a thing and are taking to Twitter to air their opinions. 1. Inside life. 2. Bringing a bazooka to small play. 3. We moved on brah. 4. Someone needs chill pills. […]
In this day and age, it’s near impossible to live without some form of technology. You need a phone, or a laptop, or at least an iPad fam. How else will you get to read Zikoko’s gists? Granted, owning a device comes with loads of perks but there are also some annoying things attached like; […]