3 Ways To Protect Your Finances, Even In Inflation #SurvivingInflation


You people heard that Agege bread in my area has gone from N100 to N250 but you’re surprised that I’m calling an emergency neighborhood meeting on my employer’s website to rant, discuss and look for a solution that will benefit our finances in these trying times? Stop oh, no try me!  Even though it has […]

5 Kitchen Tips From A Lazy Nigerian Cook


Whoever said no food for a lazy man is secretly a hater and knows nothing like Jon Snow. Sometimes eh, the thought of planning meals, preparing ingredients, and cleaning up is enough to put most people off the idea of cooking their own meals. It’s much easier to order takeout but you don’t have to […]

5 Financial Mistakes Nigerian Youths Should Avoid


POV: They are playing BNXN’s finesse in the club. You and your guys just chattered bottles and you are screaming at the top of your lungs. “Ah, finesse, if I broke na my business…”. You’re having the fun and carefree night you think you deserve seeing as tomorrow is Monday. But just as you’re about […]

Dilemma: Should My Husband and I share a Bank Account?

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“Dear Kiki, My husband and I have been married for 8 months now and just as we are about to hit our 1st-anniversary mark, my husband decided that he would like us to share a bank account. Now the issue is that I am not only the breadwinner of the household, but before we got […]

Key Business Trends to watch out for in 2022

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Just as the world can change drastically overnight, the business world is no different.  When the pandemic first hit, many business owners who were not aligned with trends that have existed for years sadly crashed and burned, leaving the innovators to get rich and keep topping the market. I know the Nigerian in you just […]

What They Don’t Tell You About Valentine’s Day

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As a single person, it’s very easy to get into the blues on Valentine’s Day. Especially when your single is so single that you’re not even expecting boxers or singlets from someone’s daughter and flowers from someone’s son. Sha! As for me, nobody can tell me that Valentine’s Day is not a scam, especially since […]

These things should be banned!!!

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It’s one thing to hear that Nigeria has finally removed the ban on Twitter after seven whole months and another to mistakenly press the app without checking to see if your VPN is on first… and your Timeline actually loads. I heard that federal government finally agreed to back down on the ban after seven […]

Big Boy Resolutions for 2022

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So you mean to tell me that you’re already tired of chilling with the big boys? One night out with the real ballers of Lagos and Abuja and your account balance is shedding tears? Jesus didn’t die on the cross for the type of sapa you are experiencing abi? It’s time for you to be […]

10 Spots To Flex Your OneWoman Card This December

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Can we get the attention of our beautiful, strong and prosperous OneWoman? If you are reading this, it’s most likely because someone out there wants you to have the best holiday season! So get in formation and pay attention! See eh, Christmas is coming!!! And even though this is the best season to chill out, […]

Detty On A Budget

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Detty December on a Budget: Do’s And Dont’s For The Perfect December Rocks Take a second, think deeply, and ask yourself, “How much fun did I have this year?” If you cannot think back to at least three solid FUN moments during the whole of 2021, you should just go and kneel down in one […]

Squid Game Lessons & Woes

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Squid Game Lessons & Woes – Personal rants by a Sterling Human If you haven’t been living under Olumo rock for the past month, then you must have heard about Squid game, the dynamic South-Korean drama series (Netflix original)  that is currently topping the charts in over 90 countries including Nigeria, worldwide. Here’s the premise […]

I Don’t Like to Pay in Full!

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Man Proposes, Sapa Disposes “In the beginning, there was sapa.” ~Adamu Photo Credit: The Sherriff’s Office For as long as humankind has existed, there has been some form of trade and exchange. The hunter exchanged bushmeat with the farmer who had yam. An abundance of both meant that through a gentleman’s agreement, everybody was okay. […]

State of the Union

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–Prof “This is Nigeria, anything your eye see, take am like that.” ~Random Twitter User House of Sapa Amaka Igwe was one of the greatest filmmakers in Nigerian history. It is even more outstanding that she shattered the glass ceiling for women when the industry was male-dominated. One of her most exceptional works features a […]

Light at the End of the Tunnel

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One Woman is focused on identifying and creating solutions that cater for the financial, social, business and personal needs of the Nigerian woman. Our solutions comprises of an array of value-added offerings that enable women achieve a more fulfilling life. One Woman Card Benefits Visit any Sterling Bank branch nationwide to get the One Woman […]

The Day The Clouds Fell!

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Are you hearing what I’m hearing? The Delta variant of CoVID-19 has hit Nigeria and that means is that there might be another lock down. Please note that this is a personal opinion and not the view expressed by Sterling, as I am not its official spokesperson. We haven’t recovered from the effects of the […]

Experience Nigeria Through Festivals: Who We Are As A People

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Legend has it that Nigerians are the happiest people in the world and that’s because nobody does partying like we do! Hosting out-of-this-world celebrations are such a huge part of who we are as a people, and so festivals are one way to showcase our rich history, cultural heritage as well as the unique traditions […]

It’s Raining June!

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Café One (Sip n paint) Leading a sustainable and comfortable life with a healthy personal/work balance is definitely a major focus at Café One, our banking and co-working space, where innovation meets community and really good coffee.   This month, we served a bit more than coffee at our inaugural intimate sip and paint session […]

…Or What Do You Think?

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‘Stop! If you’ve been trying to move to Canada and you still have not moved over yet, you’ve been doing it the absolute wrong way’. Sound familiar? Abeg, no stone me o! Now, that’s a quick example of how data affects modern advertising. You may ask, ‘but I did not actively ask for Japa assistance […]