Recently, I read an article — I don’t remember the title — about the reasons people go into relationships. The author argued that for most people, it’s a result of a well-thought-out process. I thought I should put that theory to the test, so I spoke to 5 Nigerian men about their relationships. The conversations […]
1. Food If you don’t have groceries at home, I don’t know what to tell you. With everything going on, it might be a little difficult or even near impossible to order food from restaurants. But hey, na who dey alive dey order food. 2. Data We’ve all seen how social media has played a […]
For over a week now, Nigerians have been deeply involved in what many would call the biggest movement to happen in the country in recent years. Fair enough because we’re fighting for our lives here. Social media has played an important role in amplifying the voices of Nigerians, giving the rest of the world an […]
On Sunday, October 11 2020, the Inspector General of Police announced the dissolution of SARS. However, these officers are still on the road, wreaking havoc and doing everything they can to snuff life out of these protests. Earlier today, Police officers opened fire on another set of protesters at Surulere, Lagos. And according to multiple […]
The #EndSARS protests have now entered its fifth day. Across the country, protesters remain determined to put an end to all forms of brutality, which the rogue police force has taken a liking to. Now, these officers are responding to protests against police brutality with even more brutality and audacious disregard for human rights or […]
As Nigerians everywhere are pouring out and speaking against years of SARS oppression, harassment and brutality, it is baffling that the President of Nigeria and Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces haven’t so much as said anything about the unfolding event. This hasn’t gone unnoticed, and as #EndSARS and similar hashtags are gaining traction […]
You can join the protests from home.
Nigerians are many things, depending on what the situation they are in requires them to be. And sometimes, this means putting on an imaginary white coat and prescribing drugs for themselves. Everyone is guilty of this, and that’s why we have this list of drugs lots of people use without a prescription. 1. Paracetamol The […]
“What if she doesn’t show up?”
How many odd ingredients can you pick out?
You can’t tell me anything — everyone who grew up in Nigeria heard these things or variations of them growing up. It would have been great if we had everything it took to retort and have the last word. Don’t get me wrong, the situation won’t probably end as a complete win, but it would […]
You didn’t ask us to do this, but we thought it would be nice to take a wild guess and tell you how much you have in your purse/wallet/bag or wherever you keep your money. We have a powerful algorithm that’s never wrong, so why not?
Were you about that under the sun or in the rain life?
Life creeps up on you fast!
Can you get at least 8/10?
Students in Nigerian universities have stories to tell, but hardly anyone to tell them to. For our new weekly series, Aluta and Chill, we are putting the spotlight on these students and their various campus experiences. Earlier this year, I had a conversation with a student of Covenant University, and he talked about how tedious […]
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