Itohan Esekheigbe

Itohan Esekheigbe

I like to eat food I neither cooked nor paid for while telling stories about people I have met and places I have been.
April 13, 2021

Have you ever wondered what the love languages would be like if they were Nigerians? Well, I have and now I can’t unsee it. 1) Gift giving Gift giving is your rich sugar daddy that has old money and who probably has as many oil blocks as you have siblings. He is also a chairman […]

April 12, 2021

As Told To Itohan For a while now, I had been asking people what the most interesting parts about their love life. So, when someone reached out to me and said she fell in love with her Uncle, I wondered if I was reading right. The person in today’s As Told To is *Anna, a […]

April 9, 2021

If you have ever considered getting into spoken word poetry and you did not know how to go about it, we are here for you. Just remember us when you blow. 1) Use burial music There is no spoken word performance without proper burial music. You might try to switch it up and use church […]

April 8, 2021

You want to know why the Nigerian women in your life do not iron clothes? Well, here are six very simple reasons. 1) Clothes Have you seen the clothes of an average Nigerian woman? Where do you expect them to start the ironing from? With all the ruffles, puffs and pleats. The clothes look like […]

April 6, 2021

Do you have someone owing you money and they have refused to pay? They may also be dodging your calls and flexing on social media? Well, desperate times call for desperate measures so follow this guide to collect your money from all the onigbeses in your life. 1) Take their matter to the mountain Have […]

April 6, 2021

The HER newsletter is a weekly Zikoko newsletter that comes out every Saturday by 2 p.m. Since we just got to 2k subscribers, we decided to explain the six types of HER Newsletter readers. 1) The early bird They read at exactly 2 p.m. every Saturday. They have no time to waste. The only thing […]

April 5, 2021

The series was initially to run through just the month of March, but we decided to extend it to April, and maybe even May. So, here’s what happened in March incase you missed it. 1) The Elevator: From Four Degrees in Finance To Multimedia Journalist In this story, Aisha Salaudeen talks about how she was […]

March 30, 2021

Jumpsuits are gaining popularity, and it upsets me and my homegirls. So, here are five reasons why I think jumpsuits should be banned. 1) It has a stupid name It is not a suit, it does not jump, it is not a suit that gives you the ability to jump. In fact, it is not […]

March 29, 2021

As Told To Itohan After the HER newsletter went out on Saturday, I got an email back from a woman who wanted to talk to me. She said she lost someone precious to her, and it was all her fault. So, I got her number and we had this conversation on WhatsApp. Names are changed […]

March 25, 2021

What differentiates a normal plant owner from a good one, are the things on this list. 1) The richer you are, the better Majority of all the good plant owners in the world have money. At this point, maybe plants are a new sign of wealth. Any person you know that has more than two […]

March 23, 2021

If you have ever wanted to date a Nigerian woman that is very into Astrology, or you are dating one and do not want problems in your relationship, then this is the guide for you. 1) Set alarm for 11:11 This is so you can both manifest things together. A couple that manifests together, stays […]

March 22, 2021

What actually makes something expensive? These eleven Nigerian women share the most expensive thing they own. Bimpe, 26 I had a job that paid a lot, and so I used the money to buy some land that cost about 1 million naira. Now, I heard land around that area costs about 1.5 to 2 million […]

March 12, 2021

Although some people regret having children, there are still some that have things to be grateful for about being a mother. These five Nigerian women share the best thing about being a mother. Zuma, 34 My favourite part of being a mother is the fact that I have little people that think I am the […]

March 11, 2021

So, if you thought pregnancy cravings were the funniest things about being pregnant, then you definitely have not heard of the pregnancy myths. With the help of Zikoko WhatsApp groups 2 and 3, I compiled a list of some of the funniest pregnancy myths ever. 1) If you dip your hand into your husband’s pocket […]

March 9, 2021

Have you ever wondered how a bride feels about her wedding day? Well, these five Nigerian women shared their wedding day experience with us. Abike, 30 I loved it, and it wasn’t the typical Nigerian wedding. There were less than 80 people in attendance, and we didn’t do any traditional ceremony. My pastor joined us […]

March 5, 2021

Most people think a strip club is a place for only men, but women go there to have fun too. These ten Nigerian women share their experience at the strip club. Deborah, 28 I am a bisexual woman who has never actually been sexual with another woman, but I am utterly in love with the […]

March 2, 2021

Being a child in a Nigerian family can be difficult enough as it is, but what happened when you have no siblings and you’re the only one? These ten Nigerians share what it’s like being an only child. Amaka, 24 It can be really boring, stifling and hectic all at the same time. Being an […]

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