Were the clowns necessary?
Remember when we told you about Nigerian mothers in BBNaija house? Now, let’s imagine Nigerian fathers in the house. The drama would be on a different level. 1) The house will open everyday with someone asking you about your plans for the future. Immediately you wake up, you’ll hear: So, young man/lady, what’s the plan […]
The ‘four eyes’ life.
“I don miss you gan!”
Which one are you?
Don’t get mad. Get even.
How well do you know Nigerian TV shows?
See below the newly revised handbook of acceptable behaviour for you to be considered as responsible. At least by adultier Nigerian adults. 1) Adults are always right. Okay? 2) You must also allow adults disrespect you. Without any form of protest. Are we on the same page? 3) Or cheat you. Only irresponsible children protest […]
You can’t fight nature.
Single to stupor.
Spoiler alert: He is cheating.
Step 1: Don’t have sense.
A group of Nigerian tailors is called a disappointment.
The Nigerian side chick chronicles.
How hard did you party in the 2000s?
Being the first, middle, last or only child definitely affects your behaviour in a bunch of ways. So, we created a quiz that can accurately (well, almost) guess which one you are. Answer as truthfully as possible, and we just might surprise you. Go ahead:
“Don’t worry, God will do your own.”
It may not be what you think…
Growing up in a Nigerian home was an extreme sport. It was a fair mix of the good, the bad, and the flogging. For many children, these moments spelt serious trouble at home. 1) When you eat meat that was counted. Did you or did you not eat the meat is such a powerful question. […]
“My name is Annalise Okeke.”
You will literally LOL.
Chances are that if you are in the forever young club, life hasn’t been the easiest for you. From inappropriate comments to way out of pocket statements, it has been a hell of ride. Sit down, relax, let us tell your story: 1) Younger people always try to toast you. Gen Z, please. Don’t put […]
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