With a ninety percent survival rate in the United States, compared to a ninety nine mortality rate in Nigeria, the fight against cancer has never been more crucial. Join Omilola Oshikoya, in a chat with Ebele Mbanugo and Chiedu Chukwumah, of Run For a Cure Africa to learn how we can fight cancer, to achieving
Children mirror truthfully the mindset of our society, and since the Clark ‘Doll Test’ Experiment broke into mainstream media, it revealed the degrading mindset society instilled in its children, on what it means to be black and beautiful. This week, watch as Taofick Okoya, a social entrepreneur, as he defines what it means to be
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
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