@Nigeria we think some new public holidays are in order. Here are our suggestions
Are you tired of people not putting some “respeck” on your name? This article will help you do something about that.
Remember when Styl Plus sang about Iya Basira stealing people’s destinies and putting it inside groundnut bottles? These songs had stories that had us going “WTF?”
Interview With brings you humour, madness, creativity and range like never before. We have interviewed Saxophone, Turning Stick, Small Yansh, and many other objects.
We’ve compiled all the easy ways you can escape the clutches of house chores this Christmas period.
The IJGBs are back in town. The accent is flowing and the dollar is plenty. How do you know which one will destroy your life? We know them, and here are the signs.
From being the hot cake of musical beats to becoming a regular thing to Nigerians, Amapiano’s journey is a classic see-finish story.
Instead of taking your partner’s picture to Shiloh, why not take these 10 things with you?
December 2021 is here, planning to go outside and get Detty. But COVID is outside, and Constable Sapa is patrolling the streets too. What then happens to Detty December? Today on Interview With, Detty December tells us why it will go outside regardless. [Detty December walks in and looks around] Zikoko: Hello December! Welcome to— […]
You think Lagos men are wild? Wait until you hear some of the interesting jobs an Abuja man will take while he’s squatting with his girlfriend.
Is anyone really married these days? The next time you’re looking to have a good time as a married man and someone asks you “if you’re married”, here’s a list of responses you can give.
From the ones dancing like Liquorose to the ones that feel the need to record the entire concert on their phone, these are the different people you’ll meet at concerts this year.
Women, please avoid this post.
Men, it’s time to cash out. Do these 10 things if you want to make a Nigerian woman spend all her money on you.
If your girlfriend is manifesting any of these signs, please break up with her. That babe does not love you.
When a young Nigerian man has just come into money, he is easy to know. Here are 11 signs to watch out for:
Nigerian companies always like to say they pay a competitive salary, but it never lasts till the end of the month. On today’s episode of Interview With, asked Competitive Salary to tell us the problem.
If you have ever done anything on this list, please kneel down and let us pray for you.
Instead of waiting for a destiny helper who’s taking forever to locate you, kuku sell your body organs or fluids to make money.
Start with these 10.
“I now cost ₦750. I am now a bad bitch. I am no longer for everyone.”
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If you see a Nigerian man doing any of these things, he is definitely an ashewo. Confront him today.
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