In 2021, Lai Mohammed became the face of the Nigerian government’s decision to ban Twitter. This time, Facebook is his target.
“I hate Jollof rice now because as a child, my mother would beat me, then use Jollof rice to apologise.”
Just in case your day was going too smoothly, we’ve decided to make a compilation of the most abominable food pictures you’ll find on the internet.
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Your partner is someone’s child and they deserve a Children’s Day gift. Take this quiz to figure out what to gift your partner on that day.
Do you know the correct spellings of these country names or has autocorrect been saving your life?
Today’s #ZikokoWhatSheSaid subject is a 36-year-old Nigerian woman. She talks about her big-city dreams after moving from Owerri to Lagos, why she married her persistent lover from Facebook and the challenge of living with her in-laws before finding happiness.
The Lagos State government is back to banning the operations of okada riders. How does it affect Lagosians this time around?
How are you still living in Nigeria if you don’t enjoy any of these things?
These tweets about men bantering their friends are all the proof you need that Nigerian men are truly hilarious and unhinged.
If you’ve been thinking of fun activities for Pride Month, we’ve got recommendations for everyone.
Domino’s pizza Nigeria has redefined “Affordable Enjoyment” with the launch of the All Day Everyday Value Range Pizzas for just N2500!!
Are you a true K-drama fan if you don’t do any of these?
When people talk about the days of baba dudu and Goody Goody, people who grew up in northern Nigeria think about ridi and these six other snacks.
Prove you know Nollywood by identifying these movies from just one picture of their protaginists.
On today’s #AWeekInTheLife, we feature Efe Edosio, a video producer. He talks about dealing with difficult clients who keep changing their minds, why he has no side hustle and what it’ll take to get him to 10/10 in career satisfaction.
After her grandmother died in 2018, Tega realised she’d never get a chance to eat her signature dish ever again. She shares the reality of accepting that death comes with a lot more than losing people we love. Sometimes, it’s the food they loved to cook too.
Japa is not for everyone. Take this quiz to find out if you’re ready to leave Nigeria.
You have two minutes to name all the Nigerian states that start with vowels. Can you get a perfect score?
This #NairaLife is a grass to grace story. The 29-year-old subject went from hawking pure water to staying in university hostels for the less privileged to being owed ₦5k salaries. Now she’s the main breadwinner of her family. How did she do it?
If you don’t have these 13 items in your closet, you’re not the modern corporate queen you think you are. Follow these tips, curated especially for our tropical weather, to perfect the minimalist smart-casual look.
The subject of today’s Man Like is acclaimed writer, @OpeAdetayo1. He talks about finding the ginger to escape poverty, his fear of losing his identity to the career that has made him successful, and why his dad is his constant go-to guy.
In this letter #ToHER, Sarah wrote a letter to Yvonne, her soulmate. They’ve never met or seen each other, but Sarah wants her to know that she’s given her the best friendship in the last two years.
“Manifesting your dream future” is gaining waves post the pandemic lockdown. What is “manifestation”, does it actually work and is it the Nigerian secret to success or the bane of our existence?
The subject of today’s Sex Life is a 27-year-old man who masturbated for the first time when he was 22. He talks about the transition from saving himself for marriage to just enjoying sex, and why he never considered masturbation till he started having sex.
From Merge Mansions to that one where the pregnant woman gets cheated on and has to either leave or endure by joining her husband’s mistress in shaving his legs, mobile game ads are wild AF. In this week’s #ZikokoSYDHT, we reviewed the most insane ones.
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Nigeria’s presidential seat has been the exclusive plaything of one gender throughout the country’s history. But some women are trying to change that in the 2023 presidential election.
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