Resolving technical issues on Naija Stories

Resolving technical issues on Naija Stories

If you are having navigating or logging into Naija Stories, please try the following:

1. Ensure that you have tried to recover your password by visiting this link.



2. Try clearing the cache and cookies from the browser on your phone  or laptop, and also ensure that javascript is enabled for your browser.

In case you are using the Opera browser on your phone:

  • Please following the instructions at this link to delete the cache on your phone:
  • Please follow the instructions at this link to delete cookies on your phone.
  • Visit this link for more instructions on how to clear your browser’s cache and cookies.

Once you have deleted the cache and cookies, try once more to navigate or log in to Naija Stories.



3. Check if you can navigate or log in to the site using another phone or laptop. If you can, the problem may be something to do with your device.



4. Try using a different browser on your phone or laptop.



5. Try registering with a different account by going here, and try logging in with that new account.



6. Also, wait and try again. Sometimes, there may be a temporary issue that eventually clears up.



If none of this works, or if you are having some other problem using Naija Stories, please email the admin at Please provide the following in your email:

  • Your login name (i.e. what you type in the username field when logging in to Naija Stories), and the email you use with Naija Stories;
  • What are you are doing when you encounter the problem (e.g. what page you are on, what button you are clicking);
  • What you see when you see the problem (e.g. what is the text on the page).
  • The IP address that you are attempting to reach Naija Stories from. We need this information in order to check whether you have been inadvertently blocked by our spam software. To get your IP address, visit this link:

Provide as much detail as you can. The more information you provide, the better we will be able to help you.


Thank you for your continued interest in Naija Stories.

5 thoughts on “Resolving technical issues on Naija Stories” by Admin (@ogaoga)

  1. This, is a step in the right direction. Keep making NS a better, we’re with you. Buenos visto

  2. Owkay. Thanks and hey, lemme add an observation. I noticed sometimes when am browsing in images off mode, half of my comments wouldn’t show if it is a long one. So when I reset my browser to images on, and reloaded the page, the comments showed. I suggest NSers having issues like that should try it to see if it works.

    Well done, Admin.

  3. El-Amin Yusuf Alronawy (@ElAminAlronawy)

    Yes. That was so helpful.

  4. mojisola olajummy (@mjeezyfone)

    I can’t comment on my writing, dunno why.

  5. mojisola olajummy (@mjeezyfone)

    I can’t comment on my writing, sir

  6. Aderonke Daramola (@Shovey)

    @ogaoga what else will I do to post my story. I’ve been reading and criticizing other people’s work; I want that to be done to mine as well. each time I try to post, this is what I get *you don’t have enough permission to do this*

    1. @shovey, the problem has now been fixed. Our apologies for the inconvenience.

      In the future, if you are having these problems, to get a fast response, please send a mail directly to, or use the Contact Us link.

      Please ensure that you include as much info as possible, and respond promptly to any requests for additional information.

    2. Kosnie (@Kosnie)

      Yippee can’t wait to read ur work @shovey from ur comments on people’s post I know Urs will be worth the read …

  7. Aderonke Daramola (@Shovey)

    Thanks @kosnie , i’ll appreciate your comments and criticisms. @ogaoga noted sir. Apologies accepted, I can see it’s been fixed.

Leave a Reply

Making reading fun again