Yes, you know the Turning Stick, but do you really know him?
Cadbury Nigeria, a part of Mondelēz International, and producers of the iconic Bournvita, a cocoa beverage drink, has rewarded the top three winning schools in the second edition of the Bourn Factor School Talent Hunt Competition, which took place nationwide, in 2020. The winners were unveiled at a media parley held at the Company’s head […]
How difficult can it be to abstain?
This Nigeria is hard.
This is Nigeria. You never know when a lion will attack you.
Inspired by Love Life, I decided to ditch a solo interview this week and speak with a very powerful couple whose impact has been deeply felt by millions of people. As you will learn from this interview, they are bound together. You cannot mention one without mentioning the other. Honestly, they need no further introduction. […]
What happens when your ex wants their gifts back?
Police station beckons.
If you are new to the Gen Z vs. Millennial drag going on, allow us to give you the whole gist. We published an article, 15 Nigerian Gen Z’ers Tell Us What They Really Think About Nigerian Millennials, and Gen Z’ers went all out. Frankly, if you are a Millennial, you’d be triggered too. Imagine […]
The Saxophone’s journey is a classic grace to grass story.
Food compatibility matters too.
Valentine’s Day 2021 might have ended, but what will remain forever hilarious are these tweets from single people, zealous people, and people who are genuinely just here for the violence. 1. Every single person today. 2. This one is for all of us who received nothing. We sha thank God for the gift of life. […]
What is happening in Oyo state? There have been reports about a clash said to be happening in Oyo state. The clash is said to be between Yorubas and Hausas, and the affected areas include Akinyele local government, Ojoo, Sasa, and the Moniya axis. What caused it? According to news reports by Tribune Online, The […]
“Where Nigerian men are, Truth or Dare is never far away.”
Are you sad that you’ll be alone this Valentine? Worry no more.
Your Nigerian parents don’t actually love you.
Streets are slippery, especially on Valentine’s Day. Always stay guiding.
You need to go to the extra mile in being very romantic.
Language is a funny thing.
“My life in Lagos was fine. But then I turned seven, and my uncle became sick.”
We heard that you want to japa.
May we not marry a feminist in disguise.
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