“Life was already so difficult for me, so I couldn’t imagine the reality for my baby boy with Down syndrome.” These five Nigerians shared what it’s like being caregivers to People Living With Disabilities.
“The sales attendant told me to think about the fact that I came to the store trekking.” These five Nigerians shared their stories of being wrongly broke shamed in public.
If your period apps can’t make these seven predictions about your future, then you need to uninstall it. Pregnancy na smalls don’t worry. We’re here for you.
Just imagine if your period came late. What are all the things a Nigerian aunty would say as your period app? Don’t worry. We’ve made a list of all the hilarious notifications you’d get.
Let your village people rest this year. Avoid these six things at your next interview and you’ll see that nobody is holding your destiny.
From serving kpomo, to braiding hair and drinking pure water on the streets. These are some of the hilarious photos of Nigerian politicians trying to woo us during elections.
The subject of today’s #ZikokoWhatSheSaid 31-year-old government school teacher who talks about learning how to be a loving person from her late mum and becoming a guidance counselor who looks out for kids who don’t have a lot of people looking out for them.
Borrowing money is the ghetto and these 5 millennials share the first time adulthood had them on the streets asking for help. Tag a friend that needs to see this too
If you’re not sure about your finances this year, these are some signs you’re about to be in debt on the streets.
With all the money in the world to spend, these are some of the outrageous things women would buy in their homes. Tag your sugar mummy friends to see this too.
Twitter is back! That’s just a little reminder that 2023 is not as far as we think. So here’s a quick recap of four promises made to Nigerian youths in the 2019 electoral campaign.
“I loved to ride the horses along the shore and feel the jolt of each gallop each time the rider holding me jerked the reins.” Here’s what 8 Nigerian parents and baby boomers miss about their childhood.
“As soon as I could spell Jet Li, I knew I was in love. After seeing him in Evil Cut (1993), I was convinced no one else could be my husband.” Here’s what 9 Nigerians told us about their first crush. Tag a friend to see this too.
The subject of today’s #ZikokoWhatSheSaid is a 53-year-old Nigerian woman who talks about moving to Lagos to make it in the 90’s, the realities of supporting six younger siblings in 1992 as the first daughter and her transition into the money lending business to survive and become her own person.
As our 90’s babies slowly join the 30+ geng, here are a couple of things to focus on enjoying in your 20s. Tag a that needs to see this too.
My fellow we outside people, the 100 days left in January aren’t going anywhere. So here are ten steps to survive any spirit of SAPA this month. Tag a friend that went to chill with the big boys in December to see this too.
Struggling to think of what you’ve done this year? Here are ten reasons you need to give yourself some credit for 2021. Tag a friend that needs to see this too.
Feel-good stories for the holidays. Tag a friend you who needs to see this too.
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