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Everyone is into podcasts now and that’s why I have decided to come up with a list of six podcasts by Nigerians that you should definitely listen to. Check out the list below and thank me later.

I Said What I said 

I Said What I Said is a podcast that talks about the Lagos Millennial experience according to FK and Jollz. The two dynamic women come together to talk about all sorts of things ranging from relationships, work, sex etc. and they sometimes feature dynamic guests such as Mama Burna and Kunbi Odubogun.

 

The Class Prefects

Two hilarious Nigerians decided to start a podcast, best decision ever! Join Mikey and Emmanuel as they navigate the world of politics, pop-culture and the pursuit of happiness,

The Wise Guys 

Join the Wise Guys as they tackle Music, Entertainment & Pop-Culture’s weekly shenanigans.

 

What The Fudge Podcast

What the Fudge Podcast was started by two best friends who were just laying in bed and talking about having a platform to air their opinions on different things happening around the world. In this podcast, Eneli and Oretha talk about rampant social issues, and also talk about topics such as sex and how dealing with toxic people in yoir life.

 

Polar Opposites

Justin unpacks a variety of subjects ranging from his crazy Nigerian upbringing to his unpopular opinions and hot takes on pop culture. Join him weekly as he navigates his twenties as a black millennial, offers advice to listeners, and explores intriguing topics that spark much needed conversation. He’s joined by a variety of guests who don’t always agree on everything…seemingly proving Polar Opposite opinions do exist!

Jesus And Jollof

Jesus and Jollof is a podcast featuring Luvvie Ajayi and Yvonne Orji, two proudly Nigerian women (who have no behavior) talking about the things they love, their stories, and life in general. Why “Jesus and Jollof?” Those are the two things they cannot do without. Besides, the other option was “2 Goat Queens.”

By: Dammy Eneli 

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