Wikipedia (and other popular sites) provides a satisfactory definition of the word ‘millennial’, but it doesn’t tell you who a Nigerian millennial is. This article will. Or at least, attempt to. First, the Global Idea. For an ultra-simple definition of who a millennial is; he or she is someone who was born between the 80s and…Continue Reading “Who Is the Nigerian Millennial?”
Hiyaa! If you’ve been listening to the podcast so far, THANKS!!! I actually uploaded this about 5 days ago, but I haven’t shared…until now. This is a continuation of the previous episode – Ugly Duckling (part one). In this episode, I talk about: 1. Shopping for your new hijabi wardrobe 2. The extent of…Continue Reading “Ugly Duckling Part 2 – Ep 4 – Yoruba Igbo Muslimah – eNarrate Version”
In this episode, I talk about the transition from non-hijabi to hijabi and share tips to help make the transition easier. Do you have to start out with “super hijabi” coverage? Listen to find out.
Is your name such that few people ever get it right? Mine is! In fact, I started spelling my name as Korayday rather than Korede, so people could see how it’s pronounced. My name got murdered by Igbos so many times that at a point, even I started to mispronounce it myself. You know what…Continue Reading “CALL MY NAME – EP 2 – YORUBA IGBO MUSLIMAH – ENARRATE VERSION”
Hiya! In the first quarter of 2016, I published a podcast series titled Yoruba Igbo Muslimah where I talked about what it was like growing up in Christian Igbo land as a Yoruba Muslim. Not too long after that series, I produced another version of the podcast for eNarrate, which is an online Muslim radio…Continue Reading “Introduction – Ep 1 – Yoruba Igbo Muslimah – eNarrate version”
For some reason, I started to wonder about dried fruits brands in Nigeria. I’m not too certain, but I remember looking at a foreign brand of processed fruit (dried or candied) at the mall and thinking to myself, “why is this thing so damn expensive?” That was a while ago actually, back in my Enugu…Continue Reading “Dried Fruits Brands in Nigeria”
Hiya! My name is Korede (pronounced Korayday) and I like to think of myself as talented and creative, but slightly confused. Confused because there are so many things I could excel at, but I don’t know how to choose. Take my leaving science class for art class, for instance. It took me about a year…Continue Reading “First of All…Introduction”