In this week’s #ZikokoSYDHT, we recapped the Nollywood movie, “Mark of the Beast,” aka “That one movie where a demonic plate of pounded yam shouts at pastor for blessing it.”
We hacked your parent’s phones and decided to share their search history with you. You’re welcome.
Some native words that are compliments could look like insults and vice versa. Can you tell the difference?
Take this quiz to prove yourself:
Since you were born, nobody has invited you to an orgy. Why not take matters into your own hands and host your own! Here’s everything you’d need here:
“The fornication in Lagos is too much. That’s why I enter like a thief in the night.”
Today on Interview With, Harmattan tells us why it has decided to show Lagosians pepper.
Millennials first introduction to betrayal wasn’t from friends or lovers. No. It was from finding needles and thread in Danish cookie containers.
People tend to feel invincible in their twenties, doing whatever because they feel their bodies will bounce back. The experiences of these 4 Nigerians prove the importance of taking care of your body at all stages of life.
“I was excited to get a call back but the person I was in contact with made it clear that I’d have to do him ‘a favour’ if I hoped to get the role.”
We asked 5 Nollywood actors to reveal their worst audition horror stories.
QUIZ: Can we guess what you could really use right now? Take this quiz and we’ll tell you.
The weekend is here and we have curated a comprehensive list of all the exciting activities you should be engaging in. 1. Create your Detty December to-do List It’s concert season everywhere in the world. Last weekend, we witnessed Johnny Drille’s Live-in concert, and in the same weekend The Cavemen shut it down. To top […]
Stanbic IBTC Holdings PLC, a member of Standard Bank Group, recently held the seventh edition of its flagship Corporate Social Investment Initiative to create awareness for children living with limb loss. The initiative tagged ‘Together4ALimb’ focused on children who had suffered limb loss, as beneficiaries of the initiative were provided with prosthetic limbs and empowered […]
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Today’s subject on Abroad Life struggled settling in Germany after moving there in 2021 because he realised he was scared of white people. He also tried to date a white person, but it didn’t end well.
Let your village people rest this year. Avoid these six things at your next interview and you’ll see that nobody is holding your destiny.
Can you answer all these Nollywood questions and secure the bag? Prove yourself in this quiz. You will receive ₦100,000 for every question you answer correctly. Let’s see how much you’ll get. Disclaimer: don’t expect any money from us, please. We’re just predicting the future.
Nigerians are always going to be the funniest people on the planet and these tweets about 600k for crèche prove it.
Just because you’re not in tech claiming donkey abi unicorn status, doesn’t mean you don’t deserve good things. Come, let’s help you find a sugar mummy to sponsor your baby boy life.
“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
From serving kpomo, to braiding hair and drinking pure water on the streets. These are some of the hilarious photos of Nigerian politicians trying to woo us during elections.
Olanrewaju*, 27, and Temi*, 27, have been dating for a year. Today on Love Life, they talk about meeting on Twitter, starting a relationship after reading a Zikoko article and their plans for the future.