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The subject of this week’s What She Said is a 66-year-old Nigerian woman who had a late marriage at 37 because her pastor ordained it. It lasted less than a year, and she hasn't remarried since. But her only regret is not having children of her own.
The subject of this week’s What She Said is a 26-year-old Nigerian woman who struggles to reconcile her faith with her sexuality. How does she approach women in a homophobic Nigeria or tell her loving but religious mother she's a lesbian? Easy, she doesn’t. Here’s this week’s #ZikokoWhatSheSaid:
Ladies, let’s talk about toilet infections.
This 22-year-old Nigerian woman has always wanted to be a star. Four years ago, she chose the influencing route. Since then, she’s dropped out of school and lost money to a scammer, fake manager and fraudulent pageant. And still, no fame or fortune. Here’s What She Said:
Her first husband called her “The most beautiful girl in Nigeria”, love-bombing her before making her his third wife then only interacting with her for sex. She was 19; he was 39. By 22, she had two children she couldn’t tell her second husband about. Now, she’s alone in Canada with her third and last child. Here’s what the 29-year-old said:
This week’s #ZikokoWhatSheSaid subject is a 31-year-old Nigerian woman who has seen shege as a teacher trying to make a change.
Seven years after getting pregnant in her teens by a boyfriend who was six years older and a traumatic abortion, Alanna* still feels haunted by her past.
This week’s #ZikokoWhatSheSaid subject is a 68-year-old Nigerian woman with a thyroid disorder that imitates clinical depression. She tells us how her health struggles have given her a strangely positive outlook on life after a decade of numbness.