The Lagos millennial experience, according to FK and Jollz.
ISWIS SE03EP10- The "Love In Color" Episode ft Bolu Babalola
In this Episode ,FK and Jollz chat with Bolu Babalola , an amazing author who recently published her first book "Love In Color", an anthology of love stories. She has recently been featured in the Forbes 30 Under 30 list for 2021. They talk about...
ISWIS SE03EP9 - The "Job Hunting and Unemployment in Nigeria" Episode.
In This Episode, FK and Jollz sit down with two young Nigerians ,Freda and Tosin. They let us in on the challenges they've faced as young graduates trying to navigate the job space in Nigeria, where they are now and what their future plans are!. Listen...
ISWIS SE03EP8 - The " Agony Aunty" Episode ft Taymesan
In This Episode, FK and Jollz sit down with Taymesan as they try to provide answers to your hilarious and rather alarming questions! Where their answers the best or not? Find out when you listen!Make sure you rate, share and leave a comment wherever you...
ISWIS SE03EP7 - The "Generosity and Hot Topics" Episode
In This Episode, FK and Jollz talk about various hot topics. From the new unemployment rate in Nigeria, to winning Grammys , controversies on gift giving and more! Get all the gist when you listen!Make sure you rate , share and leave a comment wherever...
ISWIS SE03EP6 - The " Fuji House of Commotion" Episode
In This Episode , FK and Jollz sit down with Tobi, a young man who grew up in a polygamous home. He shares with us some of his shocking experiences and challenges he faced living in a large family, and how he has been able to navigate adulthood despite...
ISWIS SE03EP5 - The "Happy International Women's Day (but for real)" Episode
In This Episode, FK and Jollz talk about their experiences and challenges they face as women in the Nigerian society while breaking stereotypes and making a difference all at the same time. Find out more when you listen!Make sure you rate , share and...
I lovvveeeee the vulnerability here, I also love the sincerity and the effort of being a sweet human.
I was today years old when I found out I can listen to I SAID WHAT I SAID, giggle and type my essays at the same time, BLISS!!!
The best podcast
Keeps me entertained and I keep coming back. I am based in the Uk, nice to hear Nigerian stories reminds me of home. Love Jola and Fk they are very relatable their life experiences and guests are awesome.
First time listening to this podcast and what a great episode to start with! It’s super insightful, massive content and lovely voice ❤️