After graduating university with a third class in 2006, the 38-year-old subject of this week’s #NairaLife moved to the US and got a $50k/year job almost immediately. How did he manage to grow his career to the point where he wants to retire in three years?
This week’s subject on Abroad Life is a doctor who’s lived in Jamaica for five years and wants everyone to know that the idea the world has of Jamaica and weed is slightly exaggerated. Also, Jamaicans absolutely love old Nollywood.
If you can’t picture Sola Sobowale as a stingy buka owner who serves small portions and gives her customers an attitude, you don’t know ball.
If you hang out with Nigerian men for 30 minutes and none of these arguments come up, check again. You’re probably in Ghana.
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This week’s subject on Abroad Life was on the fence about japa-ing until he got a job offer in Munich, Germany. He talks about settling in a quiet city as a black man, the crazy tax system, and why being abroad is great for his Nigerian dreams.
It’s not every time your dog is barking because they can sense danger. Sometimes, they’re just trying to communicate that they want other kinds of foods. Like the ones on this list.
Next time your designer coworker annoys you, pull up this article and start saying all these phrases to them. They’ll scream and beg for mercy. It works like an exorcism.
The 26-year-old nurse on this #NairaLife lived in wealth until her dad died mysteriously when she was 12. Since then, she’s sold sweets, bread, eggs and even written love letters to make money. Now, she works at two different hospitals and is saving to japa.
When we asked this week’s subject on Abroad Life why he left Nigeria, his response was, “Nigeria”. He talks about finding Poland as a cheap japa option, touring Europe on a Schengen visa and his anger at the lack of an African equivalent.
“I’ve always hated how defensive my dad is. If you criticise him, he’ll take it as an attack, even if you’re trying to better the things he’s done. Now, I’m just like that, and it leads to a lot of arguments between us.”
When this week’s subject on Naira Life was 12, an uncle advised him to never do anything for free. Less than 10 years later, he made his first million. How did this creative build a stable business from scratch?
Lagos was so hectic for today’s subject on #AbroadLife and her husband, she didn’t know he could cook until he made her a surprise meal in Canada. She talks about waiting for two years to travel and the peace that comes with being abroad.
One minute you’re making mouth that you’ll beat someone on FIFA, the next you’re on everyone’s Snapchat because you rage-quit after they spelt your full government name in the first half.
When today’s subject on Naira Life was 27, he received a ₦50k paycheck and tried to return it because he’d never made that much before so he thought it was a mistake. From working at age 12 to taking care of five siblings at 20, how did this man survive?
Today’s subject on Abroad Life moved to the UK because the company he works for transferred him there. He talks about Nigerians in the UK being wary of new Nigerians coming in because of their tendency to grow overdependent.
Just in case your day was going too smoothly, we’ve decided to make a compilation of the most abominable food pictures you’ll find on the internet.
You know you want to click the link. Do it.
These tweets about men bantering their friends are all the proof you need that Nigerian men are truly hilarious and unhinged.
This #NairaLife is a grass to grace story. The 29-year-old subject went from hawking pure water to staying in university hostels for the less privileged to being owed ₦5k salaries. Now she’s the main breadwinner of her family. How did she do it?
Today’s subject on Abroad Life didn’t know a country like North Cyprus existed until 2018 when he met his wife. One year later, he moved there to be with her. He talks about how Nigerians are treated there and his big plans to help people get tech jobs.
Because you’re in love, you want to wake up and make food for someone that’s still sleeping and didn’t send message, abi? What if you pour hot tea on their face? What if you fall with the food on the stairs? So many what-ifs…
The 23-year-old engineering graduate on today’s #NairaLife got convinced by her friend to start selling perfume oils in 2019. She shares how setting goals helped her go from a ₦50k capital to ₦2m in savings in just two years.
Today’s subject on Abroad Life was enjoying his post-university life until harassment from SARS made him realise he couldn’t stay anymore. How did he process a move to Ireland? What’s it like dating a white woman? What are his plans for the future?
We’re tired of seeing women get surprised when their partner proposes, so here are nine signs that show that your man is about to pop the question.
Attack on Titan characters with Nigerian names? Why not?
We can all agree that Eren is Odinaka, right?
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