15 episodes

This podcast is generally just myself, Soala Abam and my father, Apostle Israel Abam, sharing our views on current issues as they arise

The Father And Son Podcas‪t‬ Soala Abam

    • Relationships
    • 5.0 • 13 Ratings

This podcast is generally just myself, Soala Abam and my father, Apostle Israel Abam, sharing our views on current issues as they arise

    Valentine's Over: Now What?

    Valentine's Over: Now What?

    Valentine's Day was a week ago from the date of publishing this episode. How is your relationship? Nonexistent? Stale? Struggling? Falling from the high of that day?

    What we talk about in this episode is all about love and Valentine's Day, we disagree on its importance and what has become of it in relationships. 

    We discuss the Love Languages (as introduced by Gary Chapman) and speak on how to effectively communicate with your partner in their love language and why it is important to do so. 

    We then speak on the 7 principle pillars of love and how they important it is that they exist, albeit in varying degrees to each other. 

    My Father then concludes the episode by leaving a bit of advice to young couples.


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    • 42 min
    What I Wish My Parents Knew Pt 1

    What I Wish My Parents Knew Pt 1

    In today's episode of the FATHER and SON podcast, we address a few things, including the entitlement mentality that comes when a parent expects to be taken care of by their Children at the cost of said children. 

    We then go ahead and deal with a few questions and requests sent in by our listeners and friends, on the topic of a few things that we wish our parents knew and then offer solutions on what they could do better and how they could be better parents to us.

    Please do share the episode as it really helps our podcasts and thank you for listening to the end.


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    • 46 min
    "New Year, New Me"; People's perspective on procrastination and the the anticipation of a new week/year/month to be better.

    "New Year, New Me"; People's perspective on procrastination and the the anticipation of a new week/year/month to be better.

    Happy New Year to our listeners, we hope you have big plans for this year and we hope you are able to achieve them this year. 

    In this episode we discuss on the phrase "New Year, New Me" and whether it is anticipatory or a legitimate enough reason as to why one would not in that moment. Is it legitimate enough to wait until the new year, month, week, day and maybe even hour, to begin what you ought to do now. 

    We discuss on New year resolutions and how to really make them stick effectively, we discuss on what to do when we are faced with difficulties and are discouraged by challenges. 


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    • 42 min
    #ENDSARS: The Protests, The Movement, The Revolution; What Now?

    #ENDSARS: The Protests, The Movement, The Revolution; What Now?

    In this episode we discussed the recently paused #ENDSARS protests and movement and how successful it was until it was violently retaliated upon by the Nigerian Government. We discussed Black Tuesday 20-10-20 and we also discussed what is the way forward with the movement. We briefly touched on senatorial salaries, bonuses and allowances, which is a precursor to next weeks episode. which discusses their exorbitant salaries an what is to be done about it.

    Do you disagree with the opinions proffered? Do you have something that you believe should be on the podcasts? 


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    • 49 min
    The Struggles of Doing Business in Nigeria; ft The Founder of Chloe's Cupcake Heaven

    The Struggles of Doing Business in Nigeria; ft The Founder of Chloe's Cupcake Heaven

    Hello Everyone, on today's episode of the Father and Son Podcast, we have our first guest on the podcast, the founder and CEO of Chloes Cupcake Heaven. She is a strong successful businesswoman who has built something of value and reputation in this Nigeria, although she's just in two states her brand is known worldwide. She's the go to for all things confectionary and baking and we believe she has the relevant expertise to speak on this topic and on this podcast.


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    • 41 min
    Peaking Interests: Covid-19, Concerts, Policing, and Intimidation

    Peaking Interests: Covid-19, Concerts, Policing, and Intimidation

    On today's Podcast we talk about a few things that seem to interest us this week. 

    We update the public on the easing of of the lockdown measures and how they affect places of worship and why my dad has not taken up the opportunity to open his church.

    We then speak about the concert that happened a few weeks ago and how terrible of an idea it was and how terrible of an execution it was. We then speak on how everyone has returned to normal and seemingly have a blatant disregard for the virus. 



    We then speak briefly on policing in both America and Nigeria, and how the police are use for different things, to enforce racism in America and an intimidation tool used in Nigeria and how it was used to intimidate a lady who called out her abuser (Dbanj) on social media and also used by the Nigerian Senator Elisha Abbo to attempt to silence the lady he had assaulted in her store.


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    • 39 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

rilNathan ,

The Best Podcast listened

The concept and execution of this podcast is so gratifying and necessary especially in Nigeria. To see a father and son healthily disagreeing, one to another. Is something i think every family should witness

Ini Ings ,

Great conversations

Love the open conversations happening here! Great work👏🏾

Chulikedher ,

Inspirational

It’s amazing hearing an African father discuss life issues with his son in such an open way, it urges us all to be open and communicate no matter our different opinions on life.

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