47 min

Ruto’s Red Carpet in DC, Nigerian journalist DAVID HUNDEYIN - why he fled Nigeria and the lamentable state of African journalism, Christianity’s African Majority and, 57 years on – reflections on Biafra Africa Here and NOW

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Kenya’s PRESIDENT WILLIAM RUTO gets the red-carpet treatment in Washington DC. Why has he become the first African leader IN MORE THAN FIFTEEN YEARS to receive the privilege of a state visit to the US?
We’re in conversation with Nigerian investigative journalist, DAVID HUNDEYIN about why he fled his country fearing for his life and (CAN LOSE about) the lamentable state of journalism on the continent. David’s new book, Breaking Point, is published by Abibiman.
Africa is already the continent with the largest number of Christians. By mid-century it’s reckoned that almost half the global flock will live in sub-Saharan Africa. How will African spirituality affect Christianity? We ask eminent BISHOP TREVOR MWAMBA.
DONU reflects on the 57th anniversary of THE Biafran declaration of independence. And it’s personal, her dad was Biafra’s ambassador to the UK.


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Kenya’s PRESIDENT WILLIAM RUTO gets the red-carpet treatment in Washington DC. Why has he become the first African leader IN MORE THAN FIFTEEN YEARS to receive the privilege of a state visit to the US?
We’re in conversation with Nigerian investigative journalist, DAVID HUNDEYIN about why he fled his country fearing for his life and (CAN LOSE about) the lamentable state of journalism on the continent. David’s new book, Breaking Point, is published by Abibiman.
Africa is already the continent with the largest number of Christians. By mid-century it’s reckoned that almost half the global flock will live in sub-Saharan Africa. How will African spirituality affect Christianity? We ask eminent BISHOP TREVOR MWAMBA.
DONU reflects on the 57th anniversary of THE Biafran declaration of independence. And it’s personal, her dad was Biafra’s ambassador to the UK.


Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

47 min