“I’m not suffering in my mother’s house, so I can’t go to my ‘marital home’ to suffer. Monthly, I have to earn at least ₦400k – ₦500k”
In this letter #toHER, Lucy writes to Danielle, her ex-crush. She opens up about the moments that made her fall for Danielle, and the ones that also remind her of why they could’ve never worked out. Now, Lucy just wants to be friends, but does Danielle want the same thing?
Who better to give us tips on being a material gworl than the ultimate material gworl, Lara Billionaire? Get your pen and paper and begin jotting things down.
It’s alright to lie to men, but can we at least stop lying to ourselves too?
Today’s subject for #ZikokoWhatSheSaid is Topher, a 27-year-old Nigerian woman. She talks about sharing her love for football with her twin brother, losing a piece of herself when he died and holding on to the sport as she navigates life without her favourite sibling.
“Chim, I miss the days I could talk to you about anything.” In this letter #toHER, Fiona writes to an old friend, about the precious moments they once shared. In between all the love, she finally opens up about being hurt.
Today’s #ZikokoWhatSheSaid subject is Omotoke Fatoki, a 29-year-old Nigerian woman. She talks about how growing up with her grandmum and spiked her curiosity for Nigerian cultures, falling in love with the north during her tour across Nigeria, and tips on travelling with a broke girl budget
From Fumilayo Ransome-Kuti to Yaa Asantwewaa, here are a few of the African women that made history. If you don’t know any of them, go and fight your government teacher.
If you have female friends that ask for your advice, you’ll definitely recognise at least one of these eight girls. You may also be one of them, so catch your sub.
Today’s subject on #ZikokoWhatSheSaid is @theafricanphd, a 29-year-old Liberian woman. She talks about learning to set boundaries with her mother, her amazing relationship with her father, and suddenly watching her 20s go by when he got diagnosed with Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) in 2011.
Small yansh got some of the accolades it deserves and we’re here to give it some more hype. In this article, @_irene_jay tells us how to be a slim babe in Nigeria .
What African country is on your bucket list this year? We want you to live vicariously through these five women exploring Africa.
Today’s #ZikokoWhatSheSaid talks about her mischievous adventures in Kigali, the influence of her parents’ lives as refugees to chase a career in human justice, an unexpected turn after COVID, and a guide to a fun girls’ night out.
From the girl on a budget to the girl who’s always overdressed and annoying, these are nine types of girls always planning a girls’ night out. Catch your sub.
Today’s subject for #ZikokoWhatSheSaid is Oghosasere, a 25-year-old Nigerian woman. She talks about the complicated relationship with her parents in Benin, changing her identity to fit into the Lagos scene, and finally achieving the bad b!tch status that didn’t last.
“Girl, fall in love with your body and revel in it.” In this article, @munarrrgh_ shares tips on loving your body as a plus-size babe in Nigeria.
Today’s subject for #ZikokoWhatSheSaid is Seyi Oluyole, the founder of Dream Catchers Academy for Girls. She talks about being homeless at nine, finding hope in a future again through dance and motivating other girls like her that needed dreams to survive.
The subject of today’s #ZikokoWhatSheSaid 31-year-old government school teacher who talks about learning how to be a loving person from her late mum and becoming a guidance counselor who looks out for kids who don’t have a lot of people looking out for them.
With all the money in the world to spend, these are some of the outrageous things women would buy in their homes. Tag your sugar mummy friends to see this too.
The subject of today’s #ZikokoWhatSheSaid is a 53-year-old Nigerian woman who talks about moving to Lagos to make it in the 90’s, the realities of supporting six younger siblings in 1992 as the first daughter and her transition into the money lending business to survive and become her own person.
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I don’t know who told men that persistence is key, but someone needs to tell them that it’s just harassment. No one should have to deal with an overly persistent man. But in the event that there’s a man refusing to take no for an answer, here are some extreme measures you can take. 1. […]
There are certain braided hairstyles for girls that are so awesome, they can never go out of style. Here are seven of them. If you’re ever at the salon, stuck on which hairstyle to go with, pick one of these. You’re welcome. 1. Twisted Mohawk This is a beautiful natural hairstyle for girls. It leaves […]
A rich Nigerian auntie doesn’t refer to those aunties from your father’s side that do nothing but comment on your weight and ask you when you’d be getting married. The rich Nigerian auntie is an aesthetic bigger than one person — and here’s how to be sure you are one… 1. You have the dress […]
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