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There is a chance that you belong to the “God, when am I going to get my own car”? group. Well, I can’t answer that, for obvious reasons. I can ask you why you don’t go for the more convenient options of car-hailing services, though. Oh wait, I have the answer; they are either not […]
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First comes the grand announcement. The timing and style for this announcement are usually directly proportionate to how close you are to this friend and how dramatic said friend is. It could be a phone call in the middle of the night or a whatsapp video call or at ungodly hour. Then comes the mandatory […]
“Miss Corona is really reasonable when you talk to her.” – Nigerian Government
“Don’t worry, God will do your own.”
When it comes to navigating difficult terrain, there’s nobody better than a Nigerian young adult to make a way out of it. From learning to dodge slaps, to perfecting the right speech speed and cadence to talk yourself out of a beating, the Nigerian youth is skilled in the art of getting away from the […]
We did a ton of dumb shit as tweens and adolescents in school: hit our peers with a rubber band and a piece of paper for ‘fun’. Stuck our thumbs for unsuspecting classmates to sit on ‘as a joke’ (how was dosgbe ever a thing?) and we observed advanced economic concepts in managing our resources. […]
The Access More App makes life easy!
Threesomes rank very high on the list of many people’s biggest sexual fantasies. If sex with one person can be so great, it’s fair to assume that adding an extra body would only elevate the experience. So, we decided to ask Nigerians to send in their most memorable threesome stories. From getting ignored right in […]
Churches and Mosques in Nigeria might be reopening as new Covid-19 guidelines were issued by the Presidential Task Force on Covid-19.
How to get that good good PPA.
Let’s get one thing straight, nobody should be re-opening anything in Nigeria with the climbing coronavirus numbers. We can’t believe we have to say this, but here we are. Starting in the first week of June, churches and mosques around Nigeria will be permitted to re-open their spaces for mass congregation. Now we know Nigerians […]
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