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If you hear Naira Life and the first thing that comes to your mind is, “Oh my God, it’s that series that makes me feel like God has forsaken me,” we wrote this for you.
This week’s Naira Life is brought to you by QuickCredit. With QuickCredit, you not only get the funds you need instantly, but you also get to pay back at the lowest interest rate in Nigeria. What’s your oldest memory of money? In 2000, when I was in Primary Three, my dad came home with two bundles […]
What does life look like for Gen Z Nigerians everywhere in the world? Every Friday, we ask five Gen Z Nigerian students one question in order to understand their outlook of life. Marrying while in the University is something that has been happening for a while. It was especially more popular among women in older generations, so we […]
My favourite first question is – Hmmm..First memory of money? Haha. Exactly. It was in secondary school. My allowance for the week was ₦250 per day or something. So I got maybe ₦1k a week. I spent it on meat pie. I was not one of those “I am saving my money.” Tuck shop! Haha! […]
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We spoke to 4 people to find out.
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Sitting for any exam can be tedious, how much more, almighty JAMB. And checking your result? That can be a nerve-wracking process, but you have to go through with it because how else are you going to get into university? Better to do so as soon as possible so you can put your mind at […]
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Growing up, a lot of us are taught that there is an exact way we are supposed to progress. We go from primary school to secondary school to university, get a job and then marry. It’s linear and exact. However, real-life isn’t that simple. A good number of people opt out of this race at […]
The coronavirus pandemic caught the whole world off-guard and largely unprepared. The world switched into self-preservation mode and put stringent rules in place to curb the spread of the virus. Then, came the total lockdown of activities. Schools were not spared. Usually, Nigerian students are at their busiest in their final years as they have […]
I asked fellow students at Nnamdi Azikiwe University to talk about the toughest course they’ve dealt with.
Here's a rabbit hole of stories to lose yourself in: