One simple question drives this episode; is the consumer king? Join Wale Adefarasin in a chat with consumer rights activist, Uche Onu and consultant, Femi Oshinowo, about how customer and service provider can be better.
Education in Nigeria is forced to evolve with the spread of new technology and the world wide web. Join us as we talk with, Ajoke Omoware, Founder, Agbado E-Hub and see how she is infusing technology with education – one child at a time.
When Yemisi Wada, started visiting boys at Kuramo Beach many years ago, it confirmed what she always knew: that raising a child took a lot more than money; it took a big heart able to love even the unloved. Join us this episode, as we look at the life of many street children in Lagos
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.
Under 25 year-old innovators, Obanor Chukwuwezam and Ogunlana Olumide are the pioneers behind the online platform Prepclass, a design that takes learning and preparation for exams from hardware to software. Join Omilola Oshikoya in a chat with Chukwuwezam and Olumide as they explore the diverse opportunities in education through technology.
It’s a good time to be a woman! Nigeria has continued to see more women in active roles in the leadership of corporate, political and social Nigeria. At the 14th annual WIMBIZ conference, the Heart of the Matter met some of these women. In interviews and talks we will be featuring speakers, organizers and mentors