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The Nigerian Witness is a daily opinion podcast providing social commentary of the lives of Nigerians. Tune in everyday from Monday to Friday for some fresh unsolicited opinions

The Nigerian Witness Podcast The Nigerian Witness

    • News Commentary

The Nigerian Witness is a daily opinion podcast providing social commentary of the lives of Nigerians. Tune in everyday from Monday to Friday for some fresh unsolicited opinions

    #17 - Is the governor of Rivers State being too extra during this lockdown? - The Nigerian Witness

    #17 - Is the governor of Rivers State being too extra during this lockdown? - The Nigerian Witness

    Confiscating and auctioning people's cars, demolishing hotels, is this the new normal?Let me know what you think!Twitter: @WitnessNigerian#TheNigerianWitnessEmail: thenigerianwitness@gmail.com

    • 12 min
    #16 - Why is LUTH paying health workers less during COVID-19? - The Nigerian Witness

    #16 - Why is LUTH paying health workers less during COVID-19? - The Nigerian Witness

    Would you clean up emergency services hospital wards, for N15,000 per month? During this COVID-19 pandemic? Then why do we expect others to do that?#TheNigerianWitnessTwitter: @WitnessNigerianEmail@ thenigerianwitness@gmail.com

    • 20 min
    #15 - A Nigerian driver has just been sentenced to death via ZOOM (but why?) - The Nigerian Witness

    #15 - A Nigerian driver has just been sentenced to death via ZOOM (but why?) - The Nigerian Witness

    On Monday, in Lagos, Olalekan Hameed was sentenced to death by hanging ... over ZOOM. Via video conferencing. I find it tasteless, what about you?Twitter: @WitnessNigerian#TheNigerianWitnessEmail: thenigerianwitness@gmail.com

    • 10 min
    #14 - Listen to this if you have a friend who smokes! - The Nigerian Witness

    #14 - Listen to this if you have a friend who smokes! - The Nigerian Witness

    This might sound like a public health announcement, but I guess it's needed. We need to strengthen our immune system right now so if you smoke, I take Baba God beg you, start your journey toward quitting as soon as you can.#TheNigerianWitnessTwitter: @WitnessNigerian

    • 43 min
    #13 - So the Nigerian president has announced a curfew; what now? - The Nigerian Witness

    #13 - So the Nigerian president has announced a curfew; what now? - The Nigerian Witness

    President Muhammed Buhari has announced that the lockdown will be partially lifted from May 4th (in a few key cities) and a curfew will be imposed between the hours of 8pm and 4am. What does this mean for you?#TheNigerianWitnessTwitter: @WitnessNigerianEmail: thenigerianwitness@gmail.com 

    • 20 min
    #12 - Should parents beat their kids? - The Nigerian Witness

    #12 - Should parents beat their kids? - The Nigerian Witness

    A video made rounds last week. It shows an African man hitting his son a couple times after failing the school term, despite thousands of dollars paid in school fees. What's your take on physical punishment as discipline? Let me know!#TheNigerianWitnessTwitter: @WitnessNigerian

    • 23 min

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