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.
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In this week's episode, AOT2 and Ugochi talk about the military taking over the reign of the government, given the current insecurity in the country, the removal of gates from streets in Lekki phase 1, and guarding your mental health.
In this week's episode, A0T2 and Ugochi talk about girls paying for their Uber fare, father Mbaka’s controversy, and the act of paedophilia.
In this Episode, Aot2 and Ugochi talk about the kidnapping of the 3 undergraduate students, “thanks for coming” and the incompetency of the federal government for not firing patami for his pro-terrorist views.
In this Episode, AOT2 and Ugochi talk about Ghana being the centre of global health, small chops violence, Federal governments nonresponse to the inflation of figures, and more
In this Episode AOT2 and Ugochi talk about Chimamanda’s speech, return of the cultural artefacts, Demise of DMX and Prince Philip and more.
In today’s episode, Tayo Ayomide and Ugochi Anyanwu discuss sexual advancement at job interviews, abusive bosses, recruitment of 50million Nigerian youths and lots more.
AOT2 and Uhgochee continue to give us podcast hits back 2 back, week in week out. I love to hear AOT2 reminisce on past personal experiences and Nigerian popular culture. Helps to fill in the gaps of naija culture from the 1990s to the advent of afrobeat.
Uhgochee is also a great storyteller and constantly proves that she’s good at what she does.
I can really picture this duo in a visual production consisting of a country tour across major cities with local celebrities as their guests.
Keep up the good work, guys. ♥️
AOT2 and Ugochee are a great matchup for this podcast. Glad to have them in the studio together. Always a fun listen as they gist about the daily happenings in Naij. Shoutout to Visual Audio Times and their efforts to bring us consistent, quality content.