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Although some people regret having children, there are still some that have things to be grateful for about being a mother. These five Nigerian women share the best thing about being a mother. Zuma, 34 My favourite part of being a mother is the fact that I have little people that think I am the […]
Motherhood is a plethora of experiences including listening to your kids say the darndest things. In this article, 5 Nigerian mums tell us the most interesting things their child has ever said to them. Adesuwa, 27 My daughter is three years old. One morning, someone in the house asked how was her night after she […]
After asking some Nigerian women to share why they do not want children, we asked some that do have children if they regret the decision. These four Nigerian women share why they regret having kids. Abimbola, 44 Maybe regret might be a strong word because I absolutely adore my children, but since I turned forty, […]
Nigerian Mothers & Violent Threats: Better Together
After going through this article, you will confirm that all Nigerian mothers go to the same institution to study WhatsApp. 1. Sending a 60MB video on WhatsApp Notice how the video is always specifically 60MB and above. Mummy, why? 2. Forwarding messages you need to press “read more” at least three times to finish. If […]
Nigerian mothers are known for their dramatics and all out uniqueness that border on the sides of the ridiculous; from calling us downstairs to help them fetch the TV remote right beside them to their crazy assumptions and belief about our social media life and more. Take this quiz to find out how Nigerian your […]
This story is so touching, you’d be moved to tears…like I was
When your mother prices something from N5000 to N250.
Happy Mother’s Day.
Nigerian mothers are so extra.
But we can only imagine what it would be like to have a Nigerian mother in the same class.
They will never give a yes/no answer.
On her marriage and her relationship with her mother.
Cookie reminds me of a Nigerian mother. And with good reason.
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