1) The #EndSARS Stack
The #EndSARS protests took place in October 2020, and most traditional media houses refused to truthfully cover them. To avoid the truth getting lost in history, we put a pause on our regular content to document everything #EndSARS-related.
To access the #EndSARS stack, click here.
Even though the #EndSARS protests renewed many Nigerians’ interest in politics, it was clear that many people had problems understanding political jargon. That’s why we created Citizen, a vertical that explains “how the government’s policies fucks citizens and how we can unfuck ourselves.”
To access Citizen, click here.
3) Love Life
2020 has been a wildly chaotic year and we figured that everyone could use a little bit of sweetness in their lives. So, we launched Love Life. It’s a weekly series about “love, relationships, situationships and entanglements – how they start, how they end or where they’re going.”
To access Love Life, click here.
4) The Zikoko Donation Widget
For lack of a better explanation, the media business is…one kind. Like things weren’t hard enough, COVID debuted this year and made things worse. To help us keep telling important stories, consider donating to us. You can do one-offs or a monthly subscription. There’s even an option for bitcoin.
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