This week’s #ZikokoWhatSheSaid subject is a 29-year-old Nigerian woman who lives with her parents but hasn’t left her house since February. She talks about discovering the reclusive lifestyle during COVID and connecting better with online friends than those around her.
This week’s #ZikokoWhatSheSaid subject is a 43-year-old Nigerian woman. She talks about finding peace after her mother’s death, living with two bipolar brothers and escaping toxicity through classic books and films.
Kenny, 32, and Yinka, 29, have been married for three years, dated for two and were friends for almost a decade before that. This week on Love Life, they talk about their mutual crush in secondary school, stepping out of each other’s friend zone and not conforming to society’s rules on marriage.
First, Nollywood to the world, then Afrobeats. Let’s just say we predict African animation is next, and we’ve gathered our proof in this list.
This week’s #ZikokoWhatSheSaid subject is a 36-year-old Nigerian woman. She talks about learning to save while jumping molue as a teenager, her experiences with sugar daddies and her rocky path to financial independence.
What did you miss about school during the ASUU strike? We asked nine University students, and from Onyi, who missed the easy access to her boyfriend while in FUTO, to Nas and attending UNIABUJA Friday night parties, we got some interesting answers.
This week’s #ZikokoWhatSheSaid subject talks about fulfillment in career growth, black tax, and how clubbing helped her find herself.
The lack of celebrity pictures from The Headies Awards 2022 has been very suspect. It took some GMail-account-protection level of commitment, and some bribery, but we finally have some.
This week’s #ZikokoWhatSheSaid subject is a 22-year-old Nigerian woman who’s 5 ft 10. She shares her childhood insecurities about her height, how her best relationship was with a short guy and how she’s learning to love her body.
This week’s #ZikokoWhatSheSaid subject is a 28-year-old Nigerian woman who’s recently had a South-Eastern wedding. From the point of view of a younger millennial, she talks having multiple ceremonies, bride price negotiations and how everything surprised her.
This week’s #ZikokoWhatSheSaid subject is a 29-year-old Nigerian woman who got married, had her first child and relocated to the UK in quick succession. She tells us about juggling school, work and motherhood, and just how hellish it could be to stop breastfeeding your baby.
This week’s #ZikokoWhatSheSaid subject is a 55-year-old Nigerian woman. She tells us about losing herself after marriage, losing all her money to her husband at 48 and relearning independence on the journey back up.
so we decided to make-believe a Nigerian K-pop girl group. The members of K-pop groups take on specific roles and positions besides singing. Just imagine Ayra Starr as the face and centre of this monster rookie band or Itohan of Nigerian Idol as the “golden maknae”.
If you don’t have these 13 items in your closet, you’re not the modern corporate queen you think you are. Follow these tips, curated especially for our tropical weather, to perfect the minimalist smart-casual look.
“Manifesting your dream future” is gaining waves post the pandemic lockdown. What is “manifestation”, does it actually work and is it the Nigerian secret to success or the bane of our existence?
These are the 15 celebrities who’ve earned our stamp of approval for reaching the high standard of award-show fashion at AMVCA 8.
While criminalising abortion does not stop them, it denies women access to comprehensive abortion care. Throughout Nigeria’s history, there have been both societal attacks on abortion and movements to liberalise the laws and promote women’s rights. Here’s the journey of abortion law in Nigeria.
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