A podcast where we discuss everyday issues affecting Nigerians and where we interface the grievances of the citizens with those of policymakers
Pulse Everyday People Ep18:Successfully doing business in Nigeria against all odds
Today's episode features Managing Director and CEO OOK Group Nigeria, Omolara Svensson. She discusses how to run a succesful business in Nigeria, a country with a notoriously tough business climate.
Everyday People Ep.17: Here's all you need to know as Edo decides
Ahead of the Edo governorship election, we run the rule on what to expect and examine the political climate in the south-south state at the moment
Pulse Everyday People Ep.16: Understanding the Hike in Electricity Tariff & Pump Price of Petrol
On today's episode of #PulseEverydayPeople we explore and try to understand the circumstances that have led to the hike in electricity tariff and pump price of petrol.
Pulse Everyday People Podcast Ep.15: What the law says about hanging to death under Shari'ah
On today’s episode of #PulseEverydayPeople podcast, Lagos based legal practitioner, Abiodun Adebayo, discusses how Islamic Shariah law found its feet in secular Nigeria
Pulse Everyday People Ep14: Afrobeats to the world
'Afrobeats to the World' A new phenomenon? or a case of history repeating itself?
Pulse Everyday People Ep.13: Hanging to Death in God's Name
Following reports of a musician being sentenced to death for insulting the Prophet Muhammad in Kano, we had a sit down with Imam AbdulKabir Nasir, who discusses the Shari'ah Law with us on today's episode of #PulseEverydayPeople