I need Nigerian women to please eat something other than pasta this year.
A Nigerian woman will shoot her shot by insulting you. Why do they behave like this?
It is 2022 and Nigerian women are still struggling to get a stable place in politics. And no, politicians (mostly male) using female traders and rural women to advance their careers is not the same as women having a real say in the matter. There have been conferences, jabs, talks, and more talks thrown in […]
If we hear Nigerian women apologizing for these things, we’d have to step in.
She’ll suddenly start posting back-to-back fire pictures on her social media accounts.
Before your babe goes home this festive season, you should probably know if she’s planning to come back with a husband.
A Nigerian woman would rather refuse to eat pasta than tell you she’s annoyed at something you’ve done.
The 2023 elections are around the corner and the political representation of Nigerian women is once again in the spotlight. Let’s look at what the numbers say.
What woman doesn’t want to be asked why she owns so many wigs?
We’re finally going to spill the secret of why women go to the bathroom in groups at events.
Nigerian politicians have started toasting Nigerian women for voters again, but what’s in it for them?
Relationships are sweet, but behind the smiles and God when’s, here are some things these women hate about their partners.
This week’s #ZikokoWhatSheSaid subject is a 45-year-old Nigerian woman. She talks about spending the last 22 years in the UK moving from one menial job to another, not wanting her daughter to see her retire as a shop worker and finally going back to university.
Dear Nigerian women, not every time pasta. Sometimes eat ekpang nkukwo or any of the other seven meals we’ve listed here.
This week’s #ZikokoWhatSheSaid subject is a 20-year-old Nigerian woman. She talks about why surviving a scoliosis surgery was big for her, getting surgery in India, gaining weight after and growing into a thrill seeker who plans to retire at 35.
“What do women really want?” is a question people have asked since the dawn of time. We’ve done the research and here’s what Nigerian women have to say. You’re welcome.
Today’s #ZikokoWhatSheSaid subject is a 28-year-old Nigerian woman. She talks about living alone in Accra, how she ended up picking unemployment over money and why money cannot be all there is to happiness.
We’re calling all the material gurls to the stage. If you didn’t rock any of these eight fashion pieces, kindle drop your title today.
Today’s #ZikokoWhatSheSaid subject is Nkechi Ebie, a 50-year-old Nigerian woman. She tells us why 22 was the most interesting age of her life, why she avoided committed relationships for many years after university and the pregnancy scare that made her retire from her party days.
These seven things are giving overrated, so Gen Z women won’t be caught spending money on them. And that’s on period.
Today’s #ZikokoWhatSheSaid subject is a 36-year-old Nigerian woman. She talks about her big-city dreams after moving from Owerri to Lagos, why she married her persistent lover from Facebook and the challenge of living with her in-laws before finding happiness.
Today’s subject on #Zikokowhatshesaid is @fehinlean, a 30-year-old Nigerian woman. She talks about her childhood love for motorcycles, why she waited until she was 28 to ride one and handling the stares when people realise she isn’t a man, on her biking trips across the country.
Women have been “keeping safe” to avoid abuse and harassment all their lives. Let’s shift the focus to what men can do about it for a change.
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