If your period apps can’t make these seven predictions about your future, then you need to uninstall it. Pregnancy na smalls don’t worry. We’re here for you.
Just imagine if your period came late. What are all the things a Nigerian aunty would say as your period app? Don’t worry. We’ve made a list of all the hilarious notifications you’d get.
African music has always had its place at the top of the global music industry. These days, with tech switching up the scene and genres blending, everyone keep bringing their A game especially these six female African artistes.
“The best thing about leaving home is that I became my own person. I also learned to appreciate my parents more.”
Why They Left Home and How They Are Doing So Far
The subject of today’s #ZikokoWhatSheSaid 31-year-old government school teacher who talks about learning how to be a loving person from her late mum and becoming a guidance counselor who looks out for kids who don’t have a lot of people looking out for them.
Apart from not being able to find shoes their size, tall Nigerian women often deal with comments like “you are too tall for that dress” or questions like “will you marry a short man?” In this article, Chigozie talks about how to be a tall girl in Nigeria.
With all the money in the world to spend, these are some of the outrageous things women would buy in their homes. Tag your sugar mummy friends to see this too.
We asked 10 Nigerian women aged 20-54 what makes them feel sexy. Here’s what they said:
The subject of today’s #ZikokoWhatSheSaid is a 53-year-old Nigerian woman who talks about moving to Lagos to make it in the 90’s, the realities of supporting six younger siblings in 1992 as the first daughter and her transition into the money lending business to survive and become her own person.
Bleeding during periods is annoying, but these seven things are definitely way worse.
You shouldn’t have to stress yourself to make an elaborate meal when you should be resting. Here’s a list of meals you can make in under 30 minutes, instead of ordering food.
In case you missed them the first time around, here are ten of the most-read “What She Said”stories in 2021. Which one is your favourite?
Everyone knows that Nigerian women carry Christmas on their backs. From waking up early in the morning to the intrusive questions from family members, here’s a list of things Nigerian women can relate to during the Christmas season.
“At that moment, I knew I couldn’t lie to her. I said yes but my voice was low. I told her I didn’t like men.”
In this article, Somto* talks about the issues she had with her mum as a child for being masculine presenting and coming out to her as an adult.
All Nigerians know how to do during the Christmas season is to ask intrusive questions. Here’s a list of alternative responses for when someone asks you why you don’t have kids.
The question of what to buy a man that has everything is a true dilemma for the girlies. Because we are so helpful, we’ve put together a list of things you can get them.
Igbo culture, like every other Nigerian culture, has parts that should be glorified and parts that can be done away with over the years. Following a Twitter conversation on how Igbo culture treats women, we spoke to seven Igbo women and here’s what they had to say: Uju, 42 My mum is a Trinidadian woman. […]
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