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That Being Said Chibuzo Igwe

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    8: The Nigerian American Dream, Real Estate and Wealth Creation (ft. Dolapo Dabiri)

    8: The Nigerian American Dream, Real Estate and Wealth Creation (ft. Dolapo Dabiri)

    Hey guys, it's been an interesting journey and this marks the end of my first season on the podcast, hang in there as we prepare for another round of amazing conversations. 😎





    That said, joining me on this episode is Dolapo Latinwo-Bello Dabiri (a seasoned realtor, investor and change advocate based in Atlanta and popularly known on social media as @realtordolly) and we discuss life as a Nigerian in the diaspora, the dynamics of real estate investment in America and the sociopolitical landscape in Nigeria among other things.





    Dolapo is an accredited buyers representative, a home selling specialist and a re-investment consultant serving the Greater Atlanta area. You can reach her on +1 404-438-9510 and/ or email realtordollyhomes@gmail.com for consultations and more.





    Enjoy!

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    • 1 hr 58 min
    7: Finding Your Path (ft. Grace Amaku)

    7: Finding Your Path (ft. Grace Amaku)

    This episode is about chasing dreams and accomplishing anything as long as you have the belief and are ready to put in the work. Joining me on this episode is Grace Amaku, a Nigerian-American Pediatric Nurse and entertainer (also known Grace_Africa on social media), and we had a fun session even as we touched on mental health issues among other things. 











    Enjoy!

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    6: Quarantine life, Kanye tantrums and Will Jada settle? (ft. DJ Lavish)

    6: Quarantine life, Kanye tantrums and Will Jada settle? (ft. DJ Lavish)

    Joining me on this episode is India (a DJ/ media host based in Texas and popularly known on social media as @thedjlavish) and we talk Kanye West and mental health; Will, Jada and August Alsina, as well as making the most out of the quarantine among other things. 

















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    5: Chasing Liberty II (ft. Ugo)

    5: Chasing Liberty II (ft. Ugo)

    I'm joined on this episode by a mutual friend Ugo (a medical doctor and social critic also known as @Sir_Fin on social media) and we dissect some more the effects of rape culture in Nigeria — in furtherance to the last episode — among other things. 



    Enjoy!





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    • 1 hr 8 min
    4: Chasing Liberty (ft. @AfroVII)

    4: Chasing Liberty (ft. @AfroVII)

    This is the story of a young Nigerian lady —Seyitan Babatayo—who got on Twitter in June 2020 to share sad details of her encounter with Nigerian singer Dapo ‘Dbanj’ Oyebanjo whom she claimed raped her in December 2018 after a show in Lagos. 



    Seyitan alleges the singer found his way into her hotel room, after his performance at the event, using a spare key and forced his way on her. She also claims to have demanded nothing but an apology which she didn’t get hence her speaking out. 



    It’s been one allegation or the other ever since, with both parties getting their legal teams involved.



    On this episode, I reached out to Tola (@AfroVII) —a writer and social critic—and we go back and forth on the account of things as we know. 







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    • 42 min
    3: The Manchurian Candidate (ft. Louise)

    3: The Manchurian Candidate (ft. Louise)

    British lawyer and fashion designer Louise joins me from London on this episode and it was pure magic. Enjoy!





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    • 56 min

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