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Let's Talk About Chad
The passing of President Idriss Derby came as a bit of a shock to West Africa after almost 30 years serving as the President of the Republic of Chad. So we thought why not talk about it, we discuss what led to his untimely death, a brief history of Chad and what this historical event could mean for the future of leadership in Chad .
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Na from Clap, Dance dey Start - Nigerian Twitter Ban (Breaking News Update)
We decided to bring you an unscheduled news update to share some of the latest information in regards to the Twitter ban that was placed by the Nigerian government on Friday, June 4th shortly after an insidious tweet from the Nigerian President was deleted by Twitter for breaking its rules and regulations. We share some context behind this ban and what lays ahead beyond the ban. Please follow the hashtag #Keepiton to stay abreast on this unfolding story and we will continue to share updates as they occur.
Serenity and Security - May 2021 News Update
After a short break, your favorite podcast is back covering and discussing some major events that have happened on the continent in the past month. We discuss the volcano eruption in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the unfortunate death of some members of the Nigerian army and what that could mean for the country and the case of Corruption against a former President of South Africa.
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Innovating our way forward - April 2021 News Update
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We go over great stories from the month including innovation around climate change, another milestone for women leadership and progress towards peace along the Blue Nile.
News Update - It Often Comes Down to Leadership
In today's News Update, we explore various expressions of leadership. From leadership within the finch space in Africa to a more global scale such as Director General of the World Trade Organization. We also discuss what poor leadership can look like and its effect on the people being led. All of this and more in uncovered in the latest stories that we've captured from around the Continent.
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To a green and clean future
Today we sit and chat with Daniel Adegbie on both the current state and future of renewable energy development on the African Continent.
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Lots of potential but ultimately disappointing
I’ve been looking for a podcast that discusses Pan African issues and was mostly disappointed. After listening to the first episode of season two I couldn’t help but thinking: “oh, this is a podcast by a couple Nigerians mostly about Nigeria.” The episode was meant to catch people up on the news of the last few months, and the presenters somehow spent over ten minutes discussing education reform in a Nigerian province. There was no mention of the Kenyan election, which was arguably one of the biggest news stories of the last few months. Might as well just call the podcast “pod save Nigeria - listen to a couple Nigerian expats talk about a homogenous Africa”. I was especially disappointed when the presenter admitted to not even knowing all the countries in Africa - erroneously stating 57, as well as laughing about not knowing the Comoros were even a country. Typical Nigerian arrogance. Very disappointing considering the potential for a fascinating pan-African discussion.