Olufemi Fadahunsi

Olufemi Fadahunsi

Writes things. Resident metalhead, Father to two dogs. All-round bad guy.
November 25, 2020

Traditionally, marriage is designed to be a life-long commitment between two people. Sometimes, people go against the norm and seek emotional and sexual solace with people other than their spouses. I spoke to eight married men about cheating on their wives, why they do it and what the future of their marriages look like. Ben […]

November 24, 2020

The area now known as Nigeria is home to over 350 different tribes. Many of these tribes, some of which date back several centuries before colonization, boasted of several artefacts and monument. Sadly, colonization meant the loss of many of these artefacts, which were flung all over the world. For example, the British conquest of […]

November 21, 2020

On Thursday, Guinness posted a short film featuring Prince of Big Brother Naija. The video was an announcement of Prince as Guinness’ newest ambassador. Just like many people, we thought it was the coolest video so we discussed seven things we love about it. 1. The homage The video paid homage to the Igbo values […]

November 20, 2020

The exciting new singing competition MTN Y’ello Star is back and the last episode was just incredible. 12 contestants with MAYBE’s had to battle for a spot in the competition. We spoke to a few contestants about their journey with music, their ambitions and their influences. Fayfay Diamond My journey with music started about five […]

November 19, 2020

Pelumi is a 12-year-old boy living with Type 1 diabetes. Diabetes is a metabolic disease that causes high levels of sugar in the blood.  It affects 3.9 million people in Nigeria, and it is prevalent among children and adolescents. While the causes of Type 1 diabetes are unknown, it is suspected that it occurs when […]

November 17, 2020

Being Nigerian  is a lot of things, both good and bad, at the same time. It is about feeling pride in the Nigerian people, culture, music and cuisine but being ashamed of the Nigerian government and other bad things about the country. We brought you the memes that perfectly describes how it feels to be […]

November 16, 2020

If you were born into this world without the necessary motor skills dancing requires, this one is for you. Many times, you’ve tried to learn a move or two, but many times you fail. In a country like Nigeria where everybody’s second nature is dancing, being unable to dance can be the most annoying thing […]

November 15, 2020

Food is great for nutrition and it’s also fun to eat. However, some foods are not for enjoyment but to test your management and budgeting skills. Any wrong step and you’re left with an incomplete meal and faced with the fact that your management skills suck. Here are some of them. 1. Yam and egg […]

November 15, 2020

For some people, going to church is a regular part of their lives. As long as the sun rises on a Sunday, they are in church. For some of you, the church is only for special occasions (I’m not pointing fingers. If you’re feeling guilty, check yourself). For the irregular goers, you probably go for […]

November 13, 2020

Nigerian women aren’t the most communicative people, some times. When they catch feelings for Nigerian men, they won’t exactly in straightforward terms. They prefer playing a complex game of “Read My Mind” to tell you that they’ve caught feelings for you. Here a couple of signs that show you a woman is in love with […]

November 12, 2020

Suya is a spicy Nigerian delicacy of grilled meat. However, because it’s grilled meat doesn’t mean you can recreate it easily. It takes years of apprenticeship and upskilling to become a grand suya master. Everyone has a favourite suya guy, the one that gets everything just right; a delicate mix of the right texture, taste, […]

November 11, 2020

You’re here because you want to be smarter. Cool. You’re just like us, looking for ways to get better. The long answer is, there are too many things to do to improve your learning, logic, reasoning, creativity and problem-solving skills to fit into one single article. The short answer? Sign up for TechCabal’s new newsletter. […]

November 11, 2020

Everyone hears Yoruba and automatically assume the speaker is from Nigeria. You couldn’t be wronger. Most Yoruba people are from Nigeria, but there are estimated to be about 47 million Yoruba people worldwide. 1. Benin Republic Yup. Our quiet French-speaking neighbors to the West have a large Yoruba population. Of Benin’s 11.5 million people, 1.7 […]

November 6, 2020

Nobody likes a slow computer. It doesn’t matter what you’re doing, having your computer working on snail speed is the most frustrating thing.  Sometimes, you get the urge to throw your laptop against the wall and into the dustbin. Working with a slow system can seriously hamper your productivity. Faster might not be better when […]

November 5, 2020

We’ve all been there, at some point. (Yes, I’m judging you.) Sometimes, we get carried away with enjoyment that we forget there are neighbours around the house that can hear you crying unto Jesus, the author and finisher of your faith. They might be even more confused when they start hearing “Daddy, please.” I digress. […]

November 5, 2020

I totally understand why you’re here. You want your man to focus only you. Men like to wander a lot. So it is important for you to learn how to stop him from seeing other people and focusing on you. I gatchu. 1. Lock him in the house This is the best option. Full Rapunzel […]

November 4, 2020

Things are looking dire in the country. People are already dusting their jaapa documents. As much as we need to stay back and fix the country, sometimes you just feel so choked and need to get out.  When you finally land in Canada a.k.a Nigeria Annex, there are certain things you need to do. 1. […]

November 3, 2020

It’s November again and everyone is going around shouting “NO NUT NOVEMBER.” If you think No Nut November means you don’t get to eat peanuts, groundnuts and walnuts in some sort of weird health awareness thing, you’d be dead wrong. No Nut November is an annual event where men are encouraged not to ejaculate throughout […]

November 2, 2020

Close shaves with death have a way of putting things in perspective; all the ice cream you decided not to eat because of fitfam, all the sex you didn’t have because you were saving yourself for marriage, all the trips you didn’t take because you were saving money. A close brush with death isn’t as […]

October 31, 2020

If there’s anything Nigerians love, it is football. They eat, sleep, dream and live the damn sport. Not going to lie, it’s a beautiful game. The problem is, every Nigerian man assumes every other Nigerian man watches football and can’t imagine that some don’t. If you’re one of those Nigerian men who don’t like football, […]

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