Managing chemical substance addiction is all about structure. Omilola Oshikoya chats with Babatunde Okoya, founder, Family First and Children Welfare Initiative dissecting the ideal structure to reforming an addict.
This week, Wale Adefarasin sits down with Chude Jideonwo award-winning journalist and media entrepreneur, and they talk about the Nigeria polity. With rising prices of everything from fuel to tomatoes, they both exam the polity, its youth and the citizen and how they play out in making a better Nigeria.
Business in Africa is changing. Oil no longer leads, something else does; but what do you see? Join us with Omilola Oshikoka, Africa’s Premiere Wealth Coach, Mrs Olusola Sowemimo, Founder Ope Farms and Seun Abolaji, Creative Director, Wilson’s Juice and let’s talk opportunities, agriculture and the power of entrepreneurship.
In Northern Nigeria many have lost their dignity because of Boko Haram. The question is after the turmoil, what must we begin to do to restore their dignity? Join Opuiyo Oforiokuma, in a chat with Jasmine Asekome, Executive Officer at Sesor Empowerment Foundation and Toluwalola Kasali a Researcher and newly selected, Special Advisor to the
At the center of child rights in Nigeria is protection & safety. This episode, Genevieve Ikenechukwu, founder, the Obi Ikenechukwu Foundation (OIF) chats with HOTM co-host, Opuiyo Oforiokuma, citing Sarah Ibukunle’s tragic death which has fueled her goal to seeing the rights of the Nigerian child being protected.