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Yemi Alade — “Boyz” Last year, Yemi Alade dropped the cohesive and far-reaching Woman of Steel — easily her strongest body of work to date. Now, she’s back with her first single of the year, “Boyz”. On the deliriously catchy track, Yemi Alade gleefully sings about the kind of men she likes. This is the […]
There are two major types of social science students; the ones studying political science and the ones not studying political science. It’s really that simple. If you belong to the first class then this list will be a fond blast to your past university days. Here are 7 things only Nigerian political science students. 1. […]
It’s always the ghetto for Nigerian women in every setting. On the streets, in public spaces, at home when they live alone and even at work. We already made a list of all the extra things they have to do just to be safe in public spaces, now it’s time to call out all the […]
Right now, here is a list of things we miss about celebrating Democracy Day on May 29.
Lets see what kind of mum you are.
You know, for people who have the hardest time permitting their children to attend sleepovers, inter-state excursions and any program not designed for the church or mosque, Nigerian parents are awfully trusting when their children decide an education abroad is what they want to spend a few years of their lives pursuing. And when it […]
Every Nigerian has a memory of their generator rope cutting at night. Either before a hot session of ashukulekeshowmeyourbackside, or just before it’s time to watch Mehek or King of hearts. Or, even just before a disappointing performance by your football club. Many Nigerians have noticed that their generator rope only cuts at night. So, […]
Lets see what kind of mum you are.
There’s nothing as enjoyable as spoken word poetry.
Let’s talk about the menace to society known as Body Odour.
It doesn’t have to be a frustrating experience.
Something wicked this way comes.
Don’t let police embarrass you on the road.
On this International Women’s Day 2020, take this quiz to find which great woman in history is your Indomie Power Woman Avatar.
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How does it feel to finally have your freedom after 12 years of serving Nigeria? This post tells it all.
Are you a young person who recently moved out? Tired of your kitchen looking desolate? Well, follow these steps to make it look just like the one you left behind in your parents house. 1) Nigerian mascot. Diluted Morning Fresh. That’s the most Nigerian adult thing ever. 2) The gift that keeps giving. A Nylonception. […]
How well do you know some of Nigeria’s biggest musicians? Well, today, we’re not asking for too much: We just want to see if you can connect the stage name to the real name. We’ll be very impressed if you can get more than 10 right. Give it a try:
When you are a shopaholic shopping is not just an activity, it’s an Olympic sport and you win every time you buy something distinct and in limited. It’s a beautiful addiction that keeps your wardrobe spilling over, your drip eternally fresh, and your bank account always almost empty. 1. You any time you see SALES. […]
A list of all of the things Nigerian women in public spaces have to normalize just to stay safe. Spoiler alert: Most of them are things men don’t have to worry about. 1. Hiding sanitary products in their sleeves, pockets or bags when going to the bathroom in public places. Why? Because there is still […]
So far, every month in 2020 has given us its version of an uppercut to the jugular. We’ve lost Kobe and Gigi, a global pandemic broke out, we’ve had to stay isolated, murder hornets came back (then left?) and for May’s champion – repeated vile and racist attacks against black people in the US. John […]
I don’t know about you but marriage scares the shit out of me. The very idea that it is forever makes my heart beat fast. Not just the length, but the fact that your partner has the potential to mess up your life. That is, you can die from second-hand embarrassment as a result of […]
Is it possible for any Nigerian to claim that they have not stolen anything at all in their life?