Join AOT2 and Ugochi on their wild journey as they discuss everything Pop culture, music, movies and more. 234 Essential focuses on Nigerian pop culture but goes beyond trending topics on social media. It looks at the bigger picture and provides accurate historical and societal context to what is trending online. 234 Essential Podcast is another podcast original from Visual Audio Time, the makers of Dear Nigeria Twitter, A Music In Time, Corona Virus In Africa Update & FREE.
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New Level New Devil
In this episode, AOT2 and Ugochi discuss the recent Okada ban announcement by the Lagos state government. They also talk about the upcoming season of Big Brother Naija.
Women Are Comedians Featuring Bose Johnson.
In this episode, featuring a special guest, Bose Johnson, AOT2 and Ugochi discuss Netflix movie “Blood Sisters,” and the possible prevalence of nudity and sex in Nigerian movies. They also speak on the murder of Deborah Samuel in Sokoto State for alleged blasphemy.
In this episode, AOT2 and Ugochi explore the impact of rising fuel prices on airlines' decisions to suspend operations. They also discuss student protests against ASUU and the cop who staged her kidnapping for love.
In this episode, AOT2 and Ugochi discuss the NDLEA recommendation to the APC (All Progressives Congress) to carry out drug tests on politicians in Nigeria. They also speak on polygamy and whether or not it is an outdated practice.
King Is Dead
In this episode, AOT2 and Ugochi discuss the rising prices of the Presidential nomination forms in Nigeria. They also speak about the country’s obsession with lavish weddings.
In this episode, AOT2 and Ugochi talk about how they spent their Easter holiday, the Vice-President, Yemi Osinbajo’s declaration to contest in the next presidential elections and the death of Nigerian gospel singer Osinachi.
Great Way to Stay Connected to 234
I listen to this every week to stay in touch with Naija happenings. The banter between these 2 is downright hilarious!
“Faux Anti Nigerian-hate”
“They can’t hear because they are flipping burgers at Burger King” but yet you speak of anti Nigerian “hate” you lack understanding of Black American history and culture then make gross (and false) negative generalizations about them. I also find the statement that Nigerians just “see another black person” interesting…with all the tribalism that goes on really? How ironic.
Afropod to the World
Igbo Stallion and Hip Hop Sugar Daddy got me on lock with their voices, energy, bants, jokes and many more. I’m addicted to this podcast. This is the real AFROPOD to the world 🌍 🙌🏽