“I was called a slut for the first time when I was 10. As weird as it might sound, it was by my own mother. According to her, people were starting to talk…” @MargaretSelu talks about life as a feminist — so far:
The 12th edition of ZUFF, Nollywood’s major film festival, raised the question of whether the world’s second-largest film market by the number of films can tap the continent’s huge film-making potential and leverage changing economic and technological realities.
African women artisans are weaving their way to financial independence — handcrafting products like rugs, baskets and kikoys. Their works are finding their way onto fashion pages and storefronts of the world’s most exclusive luxury brands.
In 2012, UNESCO predicted Igbo would become extinct by 2025. Instead, the language has become an internet sensation.
We hope with these few points of ours, we will be able to convince and not confuse you that Lojay’s Monalisa is better than Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa. Thank you.
Bridget Mudota, a Zimbabwe-based jeweller, is taking the road less travelled, even if that means leaving the corporate world and her MBA behind to follow her dream. An MBA is not needed to become a jeweller. But it may prove useful. When Bridget Mudota left her office job in 2019 to venture into jewellery design, […]
By Doyin Olagunju If you were on social media on 27th May 2021, you must have seen a viral video involving Remi Tinubu, a former first lady of Lagos State and a current senator representing Lagos Central senatorial district, in a heated argument with another woman over the fact that Ms Tinubu called the woman […]
by Timinepre Cole On Friday, June 4 2021, the Federal Ministry of Information and Culture announced the suspension of Twitter operations in Nigeria indefinitely. There are concerns that the ban is an attempt to restrict freedom of speech and expression because this is not the first time the government has done this. Here are seven […]
By Doyin Olagunju By now, you must have heard the news. In fact, by now, you shouldn’t be able to access Twitter — the popular social media app — through any of the licensed telecoms operators in Nigeria like MTN or Airtel, except if you’re browsing through a you-know-what. In a statement released on Friday, […]
By Oreoluwa Olukorode For most women, period pain was a whole new experience no one prepared them for. From mild discomfort to unconsciousness, five Nigerian Women share their period pain stories and how they have been dealing with it. This was compiled to celebrate Menstrual Hygiene Day which is today, May 28, 2021, as solidarity to […]
It is a common saying that art imitates life, but sometimes it goes beyond that. Through different civil right movements in history, music has played a vital role in serving as an ever potent channel of activism, and an alternative means of documentation. Over the past few months, the entire globe witnessed the #EndSARS protests […]
Today’s Sex Life features a cam girl who has learned a lot about sex, her body and how to make money supporting clients during the coronavirus pandemic.
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