Woman.ng Archive for May 2018

Wednesday, May 30, 2018

25 Nigerian Women Who Have Been Blessed To See Their Daughter’s Daughter’s Daughter!

Damilola Was a Slave In Oman for Two Years, Here Is Her Horrific Story

Anthonia Nneji’s Art Speak about Struggles, She Is Not Doing Art for Art Sake, But Also for Life Sake

Toolz Used To Be Very Insecure About Her Body, But She Isn’t Anymore. Here Is What Changed!

A Lecturer Told Her She Wouldn’t Make It Because Of Her Disability, But Look at Her Now!

Tuesday, May 29, 2018

21 Times Nini Enefola Was The Stylish Queen of Ankara Mix & Match

She was 15, she was a virgin but her religious mother took her for a traumatizing “abortion”

She Has Been There and She Has Many Good Things to Say About Life In Canada!

Dear Young People, Please Watch This Before You Join the Long Queues at the American Embassy

They Tell You To Move On But They Never Tell You How! This Is For Someone Who Has Lost a Loved One

Before You Complain Again, Read These Words Shared By Nazareth Jesse

Monday, May 28, 2018

Pepsodent toothpaste treats kids to an exciting Children’s Day party

The Worst Experience Linda Ikeji Has Had With Blogging

How I Started My Business: Aisha Shuaibu, Co-Owner of Waffle Stop – A Café Offering All Day Breakfast of Delicious Waffles and Pancakes

On Why Loving Someone Doesn’t Necessarily Make Them the Best Choice for Marriage

Sunday, May 27, 2018

Shine Begho’s Story Of Pre-eclampsia and Infant Loss

9 Things She Learnt In Nigeria as a White Woman

15 HOT Questions For Tina Kyeremateng – A Bible Teacher And Writer

Watch an 11-year-old Meghan Markle take on a feminism cause long before she even knew what the word means

Saturday, May 26, 2018

Lauritta Onye Wanted To Be a Super Actress but She Became a Super Athlete and Now She Is Setting Super World Records

One of The Most Difficult Times in Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala’s Life

Now her story will make you question some advice you have heard as a single women in your thirties…

Brigitte Sossou Perenyi Was Forced to Live in a Shrine to Pay for Her Uncle’s Adultery

Aula Arthur Helps People Plan For Their Death While They Are Still Alive

Friday, May 25, 2018

“I Don’t Care How Many Billions Linda Ikeji Is Worth, Having Billions Of Money Does Not Equate Success In God’s Kingdom…What Is Wrong Is Wrong” – Funto Ibuoye

9 Brutal Truths from Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Address to Harvard Class of 2018

This is for one woman who desperately needs fibroid surgery but cannot afford it…

Beauty Has Deep Scars from Years of Abuse but She Isn’t Hiding Them, She Is Using Them to Help Other Women

5 Naija Women Tell Us What Single Women Can Do While Waiting To Get Married

It Is Hard To Believe But We Heard People in This Nigerian Village Are Killing Twins Because They Think They Are Evil

Linda Ikeji Answers Some Of The Many Questions People Have About Her Pregnancy

Thursday, May 24, 2018

CHILDREN’S DAY: Join The #WhenIGrowUp Trend To Win The Pepsodent Kids Funfair Tickets For Your Little Ones

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Can A Man Sue His Wife In Nigeria If Child’s Paternity Test Comes Back Negative?

Sunday, May 20, 2018

Nothing Is Stopping Honya Enam Heikeens From Loving Herself, Not Even Vitiligo

“In A Few Months, I Will Look Down At A Baby, And It Won’t Be A Neighbor’s Child, A Friend’s Child, A Sister’s Child, But My Own Child” – Linda Ikeji

Farida Ado makes TIME’s 2018 “Next Generation Leaders” List

Only Women With Big Boobs Can Truly Understand What Violet Is Going Through

Thursday, May 17, 2018

Taiye Idahor’s Artwork ‘Òkhùo’ Explores Women and Power through the Iconic Figure of the Iyoba – Mother of the King of Benin City

Nonyelum Ekwempu and Olufunke Ogundimu Have Been Shortlisted For The 2018 Caine Prize For African Writing

She was born without hands yet she won a national award for her skillful handwriting

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

What Queen is doing after she was kicked off a flight because a man said she has a strong smell

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

15 HOT Questions For Joy Chime – A Professional Editor And Spoken Word Artist

This Lawyer Almost Became an Internet Fraudster But This Changed Her Mind…

Monday, May 14, 2018

13 Naija Women Share Things Every New Grad Needs To Know About Job Hunting

They Deserve Some Accolades! The Aghoghovbia Sisters Bottle and Sell Chapman In The UK

Saturday, May 12, 2018

Tolu Oniru-Demuren Opens Up On Loosing Her Baby and Her Journey to Healing

How Aisha Bakari became a Boko Haram hunter

Friday, May 11, 2018

Anthonia Nwaorie saved $41,377 to open a clinic in Nigeria but US Customs seized all of it at the Airport

Lolade Fell Asleep While Working On a Paper In A Common Room at Yale University, Then a White Student Called The Cops On Her!

Some people thought they couldn’t win, others laughed at them but Tele Lawal and Princess Bright have been elected Councillors of their wards in the UK

Thursday, May 10, 2018

In This Nigerian Village Young Girls are Used as Mode of Payment and for Debt Settlement

Wednesday, May 09, 2018

Lipton Yellow Label Is Giving Widows Across Nigeria A #ReasonToSmile

How Self-Made Millionaire Linda Ikeji Behaves With Her Less Wealthy Siblings

How The Birth of a Daughter with Cerebral Palsy Changed One Woman’s Life Forever

Getting Pregnant Out Of Wedlock Set Her Back in Life but Things Are Now Turning Around For Good

Tuesday, May 08, 2018

Chioma Jesus Talks About a Time In Her Life When She Had To Choose Between Her Faith And School

The 6 Women Who Won Big at The 2018 Headies Awards

Friday, May 04, 2018

With Just Graphite, Charcoal And Paper, Joy Chiamonwu Creates These Masterpieces

They Called It Discipline but It Was Actually Abuse – This Woman Suffered Physical and Psychological Pain Inflicted By Her Mother

An Interview With Yinka Matthews- The Burn Survivor Encouraging Other Survivors To Look Beyond Their Scars

These Things Influenced Tola Okogwu’s Decision To Remain a Virgin Until Marriage

Thursday, May 03, 2018

Obia Ewah Beat Cancer To Create a Booming Natural Hair Care Company

Tuesday, May 01, 2018

Pamela Created All These Beautiful Jewellery Pieces Using Edibles!

“…I Feel Lonely In My Fight Against Sexism, In A Way That I Don’t Feel In My Fight Against Racism…” – Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

12 Years After, Ibinabo Fiberesima Tells Her Own Side of the Story about the Accident That Claimed the Life of a Medical Doctor

Woman Shares How Her Uterus, Hands And Legs Were Damaged Due To Complications From IUD Birth Control