Itohan Esekheigbe

Itohan Esekheigbe

I like to eat food I neither cooked nor paid for while telling stories about people I have met and places I have been.
October 13, 2021

The subject of today’s What She Said is an 18-year-old firstborn who has already raised three children. She talks about spending her childhood raising her siblings, her dad’s obvious favouritism towards her brothers, and how she wishes her parents were more involved in raising their children.   Can you tell me the earliest memory of […]

September 27, 2021

Sometimes, you’re the cause of your problems and here’s seven reasons why. 1) You’re the one spending your money You see it, you like it, you want it, you got it, and now you’re broke. In as much as Nigeria is helping you spend your money due to high inflation, you’re doing a good job […]

September 1, 2021

The subject of today’s What She Said is a 22-year-old woman who became an orphan at the age of 11. She talks about being raised by her strict grandmother, leaving her first school because of cultists, going to film school instead of studying medicine, having rich friends and pursuing a life of luxury and fame. […]

August 26, 2021

Almost every week, you eat one type of swallow or the other. So over time, you’ve come to develop a favourite. Well, we’re here to tell you what your favourite swallow says about you. 1) Amala People who have Amala as their favourite food act like die-hard music stans. At least the music stans can […]

August 25, 2021

The subject of today’s What She Said is a 61-year-old woman who moved to Lagos at 15 to become a caterer. She talks about being her father’s favourite out of his 18 children, surrounding herself with her family, choosing to not get married or have children, retiring at fifty and looking forward to the rest […]

August 20, 2021

So, have you ever felt like you need to beat some people you work with? Well, if you were not sure which things are enough for a fight to happen, we are here for you. These are nine reasons why you should fight your coworker. 1) Meetings that could have been emails Imagine sitting through […]

August 18, 2021

The subject of today’s What She Said is a 23-year-old Nigerian woman who is no stranger to the hospital. She talks about having breast lumps, dealing with heart attacks and an enlarged heart at 23, and enjoyment being her driving force.  Tell me something interesting.  I have had five heart attacks between 2020 and 2021.  […]

August 16, 2021

Who said these things were meant for just children? We need to talk to management. 1) Discounts Why is it that children are the ones getting the discounts? Back to School deals, Kids combo meals?? Half off on plane and train rides??? If anything, adults are the ones that deserve the discount because of all […]

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