Nigerians Talk

Season One

Nigerians Talk is what happened when a motley crew of young Nigerians were put in front of a camera and asked a bunch of apparently random questions about life, love, money and more.

Latest Episode

A Very Merry Nigerian Christmas

What does Christmas in Nigeria look like? Well, it is not quite white. And what is mistletoe? Christmas in Nigeria looks like Harmattan, smells like rice and chicken and sounds like bangers. Don’t forget to make a request to your mummy and daddy. Shot on location at the MEST Lagos space.

IN THIS EPISODE
Astor George [www.twitter.com/grandpabbychuck] , Bianca Lubbers Nne-Dinma [www.instagram.com/biancalubbers_] , Chisom Ojukwu [www.instagram.com/chisomojukwu] , Edwin Okolo-Cheque [www.instagram.com/edgothboy] , Fara Olayanju [www.twitter.com/epeaphany] , Hassan Yahaya [www.twitter.com/hassytee] , Omolola Odunowo [www.instagram.com/mss_pinky] , Peace Itimi [www.twitter.com/peaceitimi] , Zikoko creates entertaining content for Africans.

CREW
Bankole Oluwafemi, , Boyin Plumptre, , Toketemu Ohwovoriole , Ayoola Salako, , Fu’ad Lawal, , Eniola Olanrewaju, , Tomiwa Aladekomo,

Episodes

  • A Very Merry Nigerian Christmas

    What does Christmas in Nigeria look like? Well, it is not quite white. And what is mistletoe? Christmas in Nigeria looks like Harmattan, smells like rice and chicken and sounds like bangers. Don’t forget to make a request to your mummy and daddy. Shot on location at the MEST Lagos space.

  • Who Watches Nollywood?

    Budgets are tight, so Nollywood ghosts are forced to open doors instead of floating through walls. Yet, Nigeria’s movie industry is the second largest in the world by production volumes, and one of its biggest cultural exports. One has to wonder what would happen if Issakaba, Igodo or The Wedding Party were to be remade with Black Panther’s budget.

  • What Is The Right Way To Eat Cereal?

    It is a free world, and you can eat your cereal the way you want to. Of course, that also means we are free to judge you. Bon appetit.

  • Adulting 102: Save Dat Money

    Money is slow to enter and quick to go. Especially if you earn in Naira. But what happens when you discover the magic of compound interest? After this episode, even if you choose to live in denial, you will never see money the same way again.

  • Living La Vida Lagos

    Like moths to the flame, young Nigerians are drawn to Lagos. Because it is lit? Seriously, how do you live in a city that is trying to kill you? Nigerians Talk.

  • The Single Pringle Struggle

    Ordinarily, relationships are complicated. But being single in Nigeria is an extreme sport. Are people without partners doomed to eternal misery? Do soulmates exist? Is it possible for single pringles to live happily ever after?

  • Adulting 101: Moving Out To Live Alone

    The ultimate coming-of-age move for many young Nigerians is actually moving out of your parents’ house. Assuming they let you. But when is the time right? What happens when things go wrong? In this episode, young Nigerians share their experiences and moving-out hacks. Some of them are rather...dark.

Nigerians Talk

Nigerians Talk is what happened when a motley crew of young Nigerians from different parts of the country, but who now all live in Lagos are put in front of a camera and asked a bunch of apparently random questions about life, love, money and more. Sometimes their reactions are Nigerian in ways only other Nigerians can relate to. Sometimes, their hopes, dreams, fears and ambitions are no different from any other young people anywhere in the world.

To Nigerians: Watch with friends and family, all over the world. If you are not Nigerian: find one to explain it to you. We are worldwide.

Team

  • Bankole Oluwafemi, Director
  • Ayoola Salako, Video Producer
  • Eniola Olanrewaju, Associate Video Producer
  • Fu’ad Lawal, Production team
  • Boyin Plumptre, Production team
  • Toketemu Ohwovoriole, Production team
  • Temitope Odutola, Graphic design
  • Stephan Nedregaard, Website design
  • Joe Tamunotonye, Website design
  • Kunmi Owopetu, Photography

Cast

  • Astor George
  • Bianca Lubbers Nne-Dinma
  • Chisom Ojukwu
  • Edwin Okolo-Cheque
  • Fara Olayanju
  • Hassan Yahaya
  • Kofo Akingbola
  • Omolola Odunowo
  • Peace Itimi

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