Nigerian students have become more irritable by the ASUU strike —say any of these statements to them at your own risk.
Nigerian owanbe equals good food, so we would love to see some of our favourites added to the menu.
Going on dates in Nigeria can be an extreme sport. From worrying about being catfished to picking out what to wear or a place to go.
For Creator Spotlight, we spoke to Kannan the creative director of Vangei about heartbreak, his love for fabric, and his weird taste in shoes.
People who are productive between 5 a.m and 8 a.m have their lives all figured out. Because how do you wake up that early and choose work?
My dad threatened to disown me if I went for a job interview. I was getting ready to leave for the interview when my father’s lawyer called me to say that my father had asked to take me out of his will.
Office romance is a thing in every workplace, whether HR likes it or not. But when the person you like is your boss, then there’s a problem.
The Nigerian universities’ god of thunder, ASUU, went on a labour strike from the 14th of February 2022, and the everyday lives of Nigerian students came to a stop. What is customarily a 4 or 5-year programme now has a “plus x” clause to it, where x is the number of years ASUU decides to go on strike during your time in school.
If there’s one thing Nigerian Fathers struggle with, it’s expressing themselves. This is why instead of saying “I love you,” they’d rather tell you to take their extra piece of meat.
Don’t be basic. When you feel tempted to ask someone how their night was, ask these questions instead.
It’s not every time your dog is barking because they can sense danger. Sometimes, they’re just trying to communicate that they want other kinds of foods. Like the ones on this list.
Next time your designer coworker annoys you, pull up this article and start saying all these phrases to them. They’ll scream and beg for mercy. It works like an exorcism.
You should stop sleeping away your nights and try these very fun things instead. You can thank us later.
In 2019, @TheIgboWolf made his first Instagram skit but paused content creation for two years because he needed a better phone. Now, he’s become a social media trendsetter. Here’s the story behind his hits and his personal struggles with going viral.
You mean to tell us that you plan on treating your future daughter-in-law with respect and kindness? It’s like you don’t know how we do things here. Better read this and learn one or two things.
Content creators know that it isn’t exactly the easiest job in the world. But being a content creator in Nigeria is another kettle of fish.
Women are proof that love costs more than a dime, and these Nigerian men share their experiences of just how much.
Amazon Prime Video has named Insight Publicis, an agency based out of Nigeria as its creative agency of record as it prepares to launch in Africa’s biggest economy in Q3 2022.
If your Nigerian boss does at least three things in this list, they’re obviously just winging it. Call them out today.
Growing up in Nigeria as a queer person is not for the faint of heart. Here are ten funny memes every queer Nigerian will relate to.
In 2012, UNESCO predicted Igbo would become extinct by 2025. Instead, the language has become an internet sensation.
We completely agree that adulthood is an unending scam, but here are 12 things you have to admit make sense about adulting.
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