Top 5 Podcasts of the Week | Nigeria

Mummy Mayhem Podcast

This week, we have all been entertained by our favourite podcasters, updating us about their real-life experiences, mistakes, and lessons learned.

Listening to podcasts has been described as therapeutic by fans who prefer dedicating hours to hearing their favourite podcasters narrate their experiences.

We have compiled a list of the top 5 podcasts in Nigeria this week, hoping that no matter the tasks you set your mind to completing this weekend, you also get to catch up on these top 5 podcasts.

  1. I Said What I Said Podcast
I Said What I Said podcast

The ladies deep dive into their search for contentment and the cure to discontentment. They also handle hilarious and unpredictable scenarios, like a lady who wants to find out if she has a sugar daddy.

  1. The Honest Bunch Podcast
The Honest Bunch Podcast

The four hosts of ‘The Honest Bunch Podcast’, Husband Material, Nedu, Ezinne, and Deity Cole, return to this week’s charts with their latest episode, which revolves around “changing the rules” with guest host Dr Olakunle Soriyan.

  1. The Uncut Podcast

After rebranding to “The Uncut Podcast” from “BTS Podcast”, the ladies return to the charts this week as they share a wild scenario about a lady who confesses to witnessing her boyfriend propose to another woman.

  1. So Nigerian
So Nigerian podcast

This week of ‘So Nigerian’ shows the plights of job hunting as a Nigerian youth. The hosts discuss the experiences and how to treat each instance and situation that arises before getting the dream job. They also promise to help job seekers by linking them with available job offers.

  1. Mummy Mayhem

Mummy Mayhem enters the chart for the first time as the hosts, Nicole and Feyi, divulge how life is for mothers who have to continue with their careers and how they manage a home and their children simultaneously. 

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