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.
If you’re a woman and you’re living with other women, your wardrobe is never just your own
A Nigerian woman will shoot her shot by insulting you. Why do they behave like this?
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.
If we hear Nigerian women apologizing for these things, we’d have to step in.
She’ll suddenly start posting back-to-back fire pictures on her social media accounts.
A Nigerian woman would rather refuse to eat pasta than tell you she’s annoyed at something you’ve done.
How do you think it looks when you’re walking down the aisle, and your husband is just shining his eyes, looking at you? Oh, wrong nau. These 11 hacks will surely make your man cry on your wedding day.
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.
After Nelly’s x-ray revealed she had scoliosis, she rushed to Google for more information— a solution, possibly. But it only helped in increasing her paranoia.
What woman doesn’t want to be asked why she owns so many wigs?
We’re finally going to spill the secret of why women go to the bathroom in groups at events.
This week’s #ZikokoWhatSheSaid subject talks about fulfillment in career growth, black tax, and how clubbing helped her find herself.
Relationships are sweet, but behind the smiles and God when’s, here are some things these women hate about their partners.
As a Nigerian woman here’s why you have less than 10k in your account
If your partner spent so much time in your home that it felt like they lived there, moving on can be tougher. So what happens when you can’t afford to move out to move on from the memories of your partner? 7 Nigerians who’ve been heartbroken shared their experience.
“My life went from zero to a hundred very fast. I went from being shy and staying indoors to going out nearly every night with Chiby.”
As a Nigerian babe with a forehead that looks like it’s my brain’s headquarters, this article was necessary. So, fellow exotic forehead geng, these are the best ponytail styles to rock.
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