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Good day Mr. Chairman, ladies and gentlemen, accurate timekeeper and my co-debaters (we actually pronounced it codebators sef). My name is [insert your name] and I am here to support the motion which says… 1. Farmers are better than teachers. How you feel when you hit them with your ‘solid’ points: Can a teacher teach […]
Today’s Ultimate love session had me screaming “Aunty, it’s not everything you will overlook. please be honest with these people!”
What will you find in a Nigerian mother’s bag or purse? The whole world that’s what. From tissue to needle and thread, there’s no predicting it.
NYSC CDS is another opportunity for corpers to gather together and display the full range of their behaviour. We made a list of the types of people you’ll find there. Which one have you come across? More importantly, which one are you? 1. Those who came to slay. Of course they don’t dress like this. […]
Are you chicken or are you goat meat?
The competition produced three winners.
Nigerians be creating stuff.
Always have a backup plan.
Twenty participants will advance to the next round of the OPPO Mobile Redefinition Photography Contest which kicked off on the 6th of January 2020 and ended on the 19th of January 2020. According to a press statement issued recently, the contest seeks to find ‘raw’ talents and empower them with cash and OPPO Reno2 smartphones […]
If you attended secondary school in Nigeria, you definitely came across people that made you feel like they had 7 heads, while you were sharing half a brain with three other people. They could do everything – get straight As, do sports, play the trumpet and roll around with the cool kids. The tension was […]
Bad financial surprises are the worst.
Those who are used to Lagos traffic know that it’s a self-inflicted crime to leave your home less than two hours before the intended arrival time of wherever you’re going. Because you will get there three hours late. Don’t question this. Lagos logic is insane. Especially when it concerns traffic. So I thought I was […]
Everyone knows that living in Lagos is a herculean task. For a person that lives in Lagos, 90% of your day is you trying to keep calm while dealing with all the wild things the city throws at you. Here are a few tips we use to ensure our happiness and peace of mind. 1) […]
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Eyitayo talks about how he got into coding and the milestones he’s recorded.
What’s life like after the Okada ban? We spoke to an Okada guy.
The subject of today’s Sex Life is a 40-year-old woman who didn’t have sex until she got married. She’s been with her husband for 20 years and has never enjoyed sex. Now she looks forward to divorcing him and exploring sex outside of marriage.
‘Houston rise, don’t waste Beyoncé’s rep’
She talks about her ill-fated relationships and how they’ve affected her academic life.
Being the breadwinner is more pressure than perks, but what does it mean for a family when their breadwinner can no longer provide?
The subject of today’s Sex Life is a 28-year-old heterosexual man who spent the better part of his 20s travelling around Nigeria for sex. After being with about 60 women, he says he’s finally found peace in monogamy. What was your first sexual experience? The memory is pretty vague, but when I was younger, someone who […]
‘I’ve loved it here and given it six years.’
Aisha talks about discovering her sexuality in university, after several years of suppressing it.
Working in Private Equity is quite the dream for many young people in Nigeria who have the kind of qualifications they’re looking for.
If you love reality shows and sappy love stories, this is the Ultimate Love. Here’s something you should know about me; I spent the last two years catching every minute of Big Brother Naija, including that one time we all had to stay up till three in the morning while people were getting sneaked into […]
The subject of today’s sex life is a bisexual woman in her early 30’s who almost gave up on sex after being blackmailed with a sex tape.
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