Today on Interview With, we sat with the Twitter Bird to hear what it has to say concerning the whole brouhaha of the Twitter ban in Nigeria.
There are a lot of things going on in Nigeria today. The NYSC DG has been reported saying that corpers might be mobilised for war, and as if that is not enough, the House of Representatives received a proposal to change Nigeria’s name to United African Republic (UAR). Today on Interview With, we decided […]
When you hear of H-Factor, your mind automatically goes to a particular Nigerian tribe and its people. Today, we decided to sit and speak with H and have them explain why they are so powerful and unavoidable. This is Interview With H-Factor. Zikoko: Can we meet you? H-Factor: Oh there’s not so much to know […]
Today on Interview With, the Naira notes tell us how life has been for them.
On this week’s episode of Interview With, we sat down with the Moon to ask why it refused to appear when everyone expected thereby ruining everyone’s plans for the long weekend.
The Follow Come Earpiece is a very important phone accessory. Good music, great sound quality, but there is just one problem: it gets missing easily. Today on Interview With, Follow Come Earpiece explains what exactly is going on. Zikoko: Hello, it’s good to have you here. Follow Come Earpiece: Omo, you are welcome oh. Just […]
Left Hand is tired of the disrespect.
Red Wine clears its name.
The Crayfish is an important celebrity that has been appearing in a number of soups, stews and other Igbo meals for a long, long time. But what is the cost of this level of fame? In this week’s Interview With, the superstar talks to us about its life, hard work and secret struggles. Zikoko: Igbo […]
“The love from Abuja people hits different.”
Dawn to dusk, we are husting.
Today, the ice cream container tells its side of the story.
Beg Yoruba people to free me,
Yes, you know the Turning Stick, but do you really know him?
Inspired by Love Life, I decided to ditch a solo interview this week and speak with a very powerful couple whose impact has been deeply felt by millions of people. As you will learn from this interview, they are bound together. You cannot mention one without mentioning the other. Honestly, they need no further introduction. […]
The Saxophone’s journey is a classic grace to grass story.
“My mum thinks I like to sleep, but I’m secretly trying to slide into a coma, so I can go back to baby heaven to fight.”
“Where Nigerian men are, Truth or Dare is never far away.”
The head of the Remembrance Day Pigeons tells the true story.
Last year, one of the most divisive swallows, Semo, sat down with us in a bid to try and clear its tainted name. It didn’t go well. Now, with Fufu’s ongoing PR nightmare, the unassuming swallow is trying to do the same. In this interview, Fufu shares how it feels about being relentlessly dragged by […]
“All my colour has gone and I’m not even soapy anymore, but they are still using me”
For many years, Cooking Gas has been one of the most trusted and dependable workers in the average Nigerian home, but while it almost always gets the job done — cooking our meals to perfection — it also seems to have a slightly vindictive streak. Many Nigerians across the country have noticed that Cooking Gas […]
The rise of new Nollywood has brought with it a host of exciting new stars like Adesua Etomi, Enyinna Nwigwe and many more. However, one star who never seems to get the due they deserve is the Lekki-Ikoyi bridge. Vey few Nollywood performers are as relentless and as hard-working as the bridge, who, without any […]
Today’s Interview With subject is a special guest: The Tech Cabal Daily Newsletter! You probably know it. It is the daily round up of tech news from Tech Cabal, which is delivered to your inbox by 7am daily. If you don’t know it, that is about to change. In this Tech Cabal x Zikoko crossover […]
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