After living in the UK for three years, this subject on #AbroadLife moved back to Nigeria in 2020. Now, work has taken her back, and she misses her family and Nigerian food.
We know where everything from old Nollywood is. Even Iya Oshogbo’s goat and Jim Iyke’s oversized suits.
Are you a Nigerian who wants to travel even for a short period but can’t seem to find a country where they don’t ask for an arm, a leg and the blood of three virgins before granting you a visa? This article is for you.
When you read this #NairaLife, you’ll realise why the 32-year-old subject wanted to be a lecturer. But after finding out lecturers don’t make so much, he switched to work in finance. Five years later, he now earns more than many senior lecturers.
After Asake’s snippet yesterday, Twitter NG showed how unruly it truly is. These tweets are hilarious!
Since 2013, the subject of this week’s #NairaLife has worked for her brother’s publications as a writer, manager, HR and never earned more than ₦100k a month. If she could do it over again, she’d never work for him. But that’s just one of her many regrets.
Just like you, your dog didn’t come to this life to suffer. If you’re not ready for a dog, don’t get one. If you are, make sure you do the things in this article.
If we told you how many visa denials the subject of this #AbroadLife got in the space of two years, you probably wouldn’t believe us. Here’s how he managed to get his study visa to Poland.
Also, The Polish love semo.
Thousands of Nigerians live with Alzheimer’s. Here’s everything you need to know about the disease as you get older.
No need to argue online. This quiz already knows your favourite Nigerian amapiano song.
We’re not lying. See for yourself.
We’re not promising that your hair will grow like Adekunle Gold’s o. But read this if you’re trying to grow your hair and it feels like nothing is happening.
In 2018, the pro gamer on this week’s #NairaLife won the first-ever FIFA competition he played. It paid ₦100k. Since then, he’s represented Nigeria in Côte d’Ivoire and Israel, and has made up to ₦5m in one day playing FIFA.
Do you know the clubs these Nigerian footballers played for or do you have zero ball knowledge?
“Between 28 and 30. I’d be financially stable, and I’d have explored my sexuality to the fullest. I want to try so much. I’d also have done therapy for years. I don’t want to be a husband and father without going through therapy first.”
Nobody knows who hired Naira Marley or why, but he comes to the office every day smelling like weed.
Your towels and bedsheets asked us to come and tell you to please change them before they die. Other items also have severe complaints.
After seven years, two children and a failed marriage, the 32-year-old subject of this week’s Naira Life returned to her parents’ home with just ₦500 to her name. How have things picked back up for her?
This week’s #AbroadLife subject spent nine years in Canada, returned to Nigeria for nine years, and moved back to Canada in 2021. After all her tears, she’s settled in Canada again. And she has a lot to say about the dating scene there.
Obviously, RMD is the CEO who built the company up from scratch and takes no nonsense.
If you heard Davido was completing his medicals to a new football club, how much would the transfer fees be?
After working at his mum’s bukka and motel for free almost all his life, and having to fend for a child at 22, the 27-year-old on this #NairaLife wants to make more money by going into tech…right after he’s done being a driver.
We’re not even joking; these are actual books. Yes, even “The Urgent 2k Mafian Hack”.
If your mother and her friends had to play truth or dare, this is how it would look.
Since all of you are getting doing cheesy proposals and marrying up and down (this was not the plan, guys), we’ve decided to help by telling you to avoid telling these people your plans.
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