We look into allegation cases going back to 2005, to answer the question: what happens after a person is accused of sexual violence or misconduct in Nigeria? As we interrogate where various accused individuals are today, we discover a pattern that may enable such crimes.
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The subject of this week’s What She Said is a 42-year-old Nigerian woman. She shares how being her parents’ least favourite child made her fail school, lose motivation to work and accept her husband’s infidelity as her fault. Trigger warning: This story touches on parental emotional abuse and self-hate
Growing up religious, this 29-year-old Nigerian woman assumed she was straight, but several toxic relationships (and situation-ships) later, she’s exploring dating her gender. From the inconsistent cultist to the insecure dog beater, she shares the hetero-experiences that led her to this shift on this week’s What She Said.
The subject of this week’s What She Said is a 62-year-old Nigerian woman who has many life regrets. She talks about getting married at 19, struggling to settle into a new continent as a married single mum and spending 30 years in a long-distance marriage.
This week's What She Said subject is a 30-year-old Ghanaian woman whose father passed away when she was two years old. She tells us why she doesn’t look at his pictures and how she still can’t escape his memory.
The subject of this week’s What She Said is a 26-year-old Nigerian woman who shares a nostalgic story behind how her book obsession started, why she thinks romance novels ruined her love life and her journey to collecting all her favourite classics, one book at a time.
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:
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: