Who is the Nigerian voter? How do they make voting decisions? Where do they vote? Why do they vote for their candidates of choice? What is different about each voting demography? The Nigerian voter will answer your questions shortly.
People lie, and lies can have very damning effects when they go viral. Remember that one that said taking salt in excess could kill the Ebola virus? The only thing it ended up doing was damaging people’s kidneys. With Wait First, we’ll debunk these lies and help fight misinformation and disinformation on social media.
HustlePrint is a Zikoko flagship whose goal is to provide a blueprint for careers. How do people get to where they want or need to be in their careers? Hustleprint will find out.
Two guys, hanging out, talking about what their friendship means to them. Every Sunday at 12 pm.
Zikoko's Sunken Ships is about heartbreak. Whether it's the kind you get from your best friend or the type you feel when you don't speak to your sibling anymore. This series explores all the ways relationships sink.
Hear Me Out - For unsolicited opinions people are thinking, living or hearing for the first time, every Saturday at 9 AM.
Everything BBNaija 2021: quizzes, articles, commentary on your favourite contestant. If you can't find what you want, you need to Shine Ya Eye.
Interview With… is a Zikoko weekly series that explores the weird and interesting lives of inanimate objects and non-human entities.
The Elevator is a limited Zikoko series that chronicles the diverse experiences of Nigeria women working in different fields and how they rose through the ranks, shattered glass ceilings and changed the game.
The fiction series where we'll take the delicacy (and whiteness) out of pop culture hallmarks, like Disney princesses, Harry Potter and more, replacing them with chaotic, silly and graceless Nigerians. Be here or be square.
Love Life is a weekly Zikoko series about love, relationships, situationships and entanglements - how they start, how they end or where they're going.
The EndSARS Movement stack is a leading resource on information surrounding the SARS protests and police brutality in Nigeria. We're covering everything from the history of SARS to citizen clamours to end them.
Man Like is a weekly series that explores what it means to be a man. Not in the stereotypical context but according to whatever the subject for the week defines it as. We explore topics from love to money to parents to the most random thing - this is a safe space so come as you are.
A weekly series where 7 Nigerians talk about how the navigate the different moving parts of their sex lives. Comes out every Wednesday by 10am.
Navigating life as a woman in the world today is incredibly difficult. From Nigeria to Timbuktu, it’ll amaze you how similar all our experiences are. Every Wednesday, women the world over will share their takes on everything from sex to politics right here.
“A Week in the Life” is a weekly Zikoko series that explores the working-class struggles of Nigerians. It captures the very spirit of what it means to hustle in Nigeria and puts you in the shoes of the subject for a week.
Don't forget the happy thought. All you need is happy thoughts. Here are some happy thoughts. The funniest of our funny stuff curated specially for you.
Coronavirus facts is a leading resource on information surrounding the worldwide development of the virus with a focus on its impact on Nigerian life. Factful, honest and relatable - coronavirus facts aims to bridge the gap between the seriousness of the viral situation and the hijinks isolation, social-distancing and all other corona-related terms we've been exposed to, have brought upon us.
So You Don't Have To is a weekly series that hilariously recaps insane pieces of Nigerian pop culture for those who are curious about them but don't want to consume them in their original form.
Sex Life is an anonymous Zikoko weekly series that explores the pleasures, frustrations and excitement of sex in the lives of Nigerians.
Ultimate Love Nigeria is a brand new Reality show from the people that brought you Big Brother Naija, DSTV. It's 16 people in one house, contesting to be the final couple. Show starts on February 9. Follow our daily updates here.
The best of everything from the 2010s.
#BumpThis is a daily series that features new songs, by and featuring Nigerians, that we feel our readers absolutely need to hear.
Abroad Life is weekly segment offering a personalised view into the lives of Nigerians who have made a home away from home, in different continents and countries alike.
An anthology collection of short horror stories about Nigerian urban legends. Occasionally tinged with comedy.
A weekly series putting the spotlight on Nigerian students and their various campus experiences.
Every week, Zikoko asks anonymous people to give us a window into their relationship with the Naira. Some will be struggle-ish, others will be boujee–but all the time, it’ll be revealing.
Zikoko amplifies African youth culture by curating and creating smart and joyful content for young Africans and the world.