On today’s #AWeekInTheLife, we feature Efe Edosio, a video producer. He talks about dealing with difficult clients who keep changing their minds, why he has no side hustle and what it’ll take to get him to 10/10 in career satisfaction.
Chidera Nwagu is a content creator for three Abuja nightclubs. What’s it like to meet Abuja “big boys”, fend off creepy men and deal with sexism in the nation’s capital? Find out in this week’s #AWeekInTheLife
The subject of today’s #AWeekInThe Life is an Abuja-based IELTS tutor. She talks about her struggles with teaching proud adults, Nigerians who think they shouldn’t write IELTS and why she loves her job so much regardless.
Today’s #AWeekInTheLife subject is a computer technician in Uyo who sells Ewa Agoyin as a side hustle. He discusses his struggles as a technician who studied computer science, how he started a side business cooking beans and why his Ewa Agoyin always bangs.
The subject of today’s #AWeekInTheLife is a medical doctor, but she quit her job to sell perfumes and scented candles. Today, she explains how she makes her fragrances, why she quit her job and the beauty of being in control of her time.
The subject of today’s #AWeekintheLife is the caretaker of a hostel close to a university which houses 45 self-con rooms. He talks about managing difficult tenants, why he prefers this job over his last, and his dream to japa one day.
The subject of today’s “A Week in the Life” studied animal science in university but now plans weddings for a living in South East Nigeria. She explores the challenges of dealing with Nigerians who love to party and why she loves her job so much.
Ajumoke Nwaeze won Star Quest in 2008 and got into the Nigerian Idol finals in 2011. Then she dropped out of the competition. In today’s #AWITL, she reflects on the burden of popularity, writing JAMB 6 times & her switch from singing to a writing career.
Today, on A Week in the Life, 23-year-old Uchenna Nnabuguwu tells us about reading 100 books a year, finding a community of booklovers on Instagram and how he makes money from sharing his love for books on #bookstagram.
The magical times when authors just had the right words to turn their characters and readers on.
The subject of today’s “A Week in the Life” got his first Nollywood screenwriting gig on the same day he quit his old job. Now, he juggles multiple writing projects at once and argues and why Nigerians need to calm down when criticising Nollywood.
Today’s A Week in the Life’s subject is a child educator. Her life fell out of place because she hugged a male friend in university. Then she discovered her gift with children. But after eight years of migraines, she’s now focused on money instead of passion.
Black soot still hangs over Nigeria’s Garden City like a cloud of impending doom. How are Port Harcourt residents living with the health and environmental impacts of illegal oil refining in a city once nicknamed “The Garden City”?
What’s it like to be a rockstar in Nigeria? Today, we explore a week in @Clayrocksu ‘s life. She grew up saving pocket money for rock albums. Now she shares her joys and struggles of performing in Nigeria, blending Afropop and punk rock and why dogs are the best.
Even if you never seem to have light for long enough to cook beans, your electricity bills keep going up. How are Nigerians coping?
“I had to learn to cook after I went viral for cooking the river of Babylon”
— Why Did These Nigerian Men Learn to Cook As Adults?
The subject of today’s “A Week in the Life” is Peace Obinani (@the_happygirlie), a product marketing manager at a fintech company. She tells us about fighting fires on social media, quenching online rumours and managing a community of non-tech people who work in tech.
I used to love watching her pray, then one day I joined her and it felt so peaceful, like Yoga, but even more comforting. Since then, I pray with her whenever I can, even when we’re not in the same location.
6 African atheists on navigating relationships with religious partners
The subject of today’s “A Week in the Life” is a Nigerian psychiatrist in the UK. He walks us through the heartbreaking aspects of his job, navigating a long-distance relationship with his family and juggling multiple businesses because he thrives in chaos.
“I can’t hang out with my gees like before. I moved out to a more comfortable apartment, so I can no longer visit my guys to eat or do laundry together, because I now outsource those chores.”
— 5 Nigerians on being the rich friend
Every day, people just wake up and expose their lack of taste to the whole world unprovoked by slandering great-tasting food. But I’m here to tell you that if you don’t like any of these ten foods, we need to question your tastebuds.
The subject of today’s “A Week In the Life” mixes drinks for a living. He tells us about quitting his full-time bartending job to start his business, how his biochemistry degree makes him a better bartender and why Lagos restaurants sell shit cocktails.
If you watched WWE in your childhood, you surely had faves. What does your favourite childhood wrestler say about you? Today we answer the age-old question.
“Harry Styles doesn’t value the vagina he was singing for when he said it tastes like strawberries on a summer evening..”
5 Nigerians tell us about the first time they tasted these 5 popular foods
Did you even go to a Nigerian university if you didn’t witness any of these crazy behaviours?
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