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Even In Chaos, It All Adds Up
Jun 22 • 25 min
Azubuike Akunne, an entrepreneur and landscape architect based in Lagos, Nigeria shares his perspective on the ongoing pandemic and how it has forced the entire world to simultaneously pause. He shares his reflections during this pause and how he’s…
In Chaos, Our Community Comforts Us
Jun 8 • 40 min
Hi Family, If you haven’t yet, please check out our instagram profile on ways you cam support the black lives matter movement through donations and other form of support. It is about time there is change to the system that negatively affects black people…
Sometimes in Chaos we find ourselves
Jun 1 • 16 min
Rest in Peace to Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, Uwa, Tina and the many others who have lost their lives due to injustice. May their families find respite and may justice be served completely. May the systems that failed them be held accountable so that…
We Take Chaos One Day At A Time : She who is comfortable in the storm
May 25 • 29 min
Family! We hope you are staying safe, sound and healthy. Today, Karika (@karika.republic on instagram) shares how managing uncertainty in her professional life has prepared her for this moment. Enjoy! We sef dey for instagram @podsaveafrica.
In Chaos we create : The story of a storyteller
May 18 • 30 min
Hello Friends, We are chronicling the stories of Africans as we work through these turbulent times. The pandemic has affected us in a multitude of ways, everything from our health, our families, our livelihoods and our perspectives. Today we talk to…
May 10th News Update - Some Advice From The World’s Oldest Man
May 10 • 46 min
Pod Save Africa here to remind you that outside of the COVID-19 pandemic there are still ongoing stories on the continent. From celebrating the birthday of the World’s Oldest Man in Lesotho to the New Sudanese Ambassador. Here, have a listen. Follow us on…
The Mission To Light Up Rural Nigeria
May 3 • 49 min
The brookings institute estimates that roughly 43 percent of Africans have access to electricity. Only half of the Global access rate of 87%. Today we talk to Dr Sanusi O’haire @sohiare, The Executive Director of the Rural Electrification Fund about the…
Temp Check - The Covid 19 Impact On Nigeria
Apr 23 • 41 min
Temp Check - The Covid 19 Impact On Nigeria by Pod Save Africa
In other world ending news, Locusts are invading Africa
Mar 29 • 16 min
Over 40 Million locusts are ravaging Eastern Africa as we speak. PSA is here to keep you on top of everything. We also talk about what happens when 100,000 ducks match up against a city of locusts. Follow us on Instagram @podsaveafrica, Twitter…
The Coronavirus in Africa (March 24)
Mar 25 • 29 min
Today we discuss the rapidly evolving COVID 19 Coronavirus situation and its impact on the African Continent. Follow us @podsaveafrica on Instagram. Check out our website saveafricapod.com
On the Biafran war.
Mar 8 • 43 min
Our second chat with Basil Anthony Abia! Today we discuss the Biafran War. We discuss the story of the war and its implications today. Check him out @basilabia and check us out at saveafricapod.com
Will the real Mr President please stand up?
Mar 1 • 42 min
News Update Time! Yay! Today we share a set of interesting stories including that of Guinea Bissau and the fact that it currently has 2 presidents and 2 prime ministers. Scintillating scenes. Enjoy the episode and follow us @podsaveafrica on instagram and…
Beer Parlor Conversations - African Sports
Feb 23 • 64 min
Beer Parlor Conversations is Back! This time my friend and I are kicking it and taking African Sports! It’s present the future, what people go through to make it. I had a lot of fun recording it! We hope you are enjoying it! Follow us @podsavefrica on the…
The President’s new wife may have killed his ex-wife - February 9th News Update
Feb 9 • 50 min
It is a news Update! We discuss everything from the wife of the Lesotho president being detained as a murder suspect to updates about voting across the continent and the AP teaches us about racial cropping of photos. We hope you enjoy support us at pod…
The End of the world: How Climate Change is reshaping the African Continent
Feb 2 • 51 min
Today we talk about Climate change, global warming and how it is affecting the continent. Our guest Habiba Ahut Daggash (a PHD candidate at Imperial College) also breaks down her research on Climate change and energy policy on our continent. This was a…
We farm like 1800’s Irishmen : The story of Nigeria’s Border Closure
Jan 19 • 47 min
In August 2019, Nigeria’s government closed its land borders to its neighboring states citing food smuggling as a problem. Today, Basil Anthony Abia helps us understand the effects of the decision. Check out his awesome article on it at…
Old Moves New Blueprint
Jan 12 • 35 min
We take a look back at 2019 and announce some exciting news for the new year. Long and Short, We move.
Beer Parlor Converstations Part 2 - Labours Of Our Heroes Past
Jan 5 • 67 min
Happy New Year Friends! Welcome to 2020. We are glad you made it. We start the first episode of the year continuing a conversation I was having with some of my buds last year. Enjoy.
In Pursuit Of Knowledge And Health
Dec 22, 2019 • 43 min
What do you think the top priorities for the government of your country are? Most would argue that Health and Education rank highly so today we dive into how much the largest African countries are actually spending on Educating their people and keeping…
Dec 8th News Update - Omoyele Sowore, Airlines And The Year Of The Return
Dec 8, 2019 • 26 min
It is December 8th and we bring news of repression of freedom in Nigeria, a struggling national airline in South Africa and an increase in the brand of Africa as a continent.
Reupload : Episode 41 - Death By Ambition
Dec 1, 2019 • 39 min
Today we reupload one of our earlier episodes for listen. Please Enjoy. We look forward to a news update next week. Check out our website saveafricapod.com for more episodes and news.
Beer Parlor Converstations - Nigeria The Present And The Past Part 1
Nov 17, 2019 • 49 min
A casual sit down conversation about Nigeria’s history between some buds. Please enjoy and check us out at saveafricapod.com Thank you.
Dear PSA - My flight left 4 hours early, what do I do?
Nov 10, 2019 • 37 min
saveafricapod.com is our website and we love it and we hope you love it to so you check it out and it is all love, thank you. Today we spill the beans on (Retired) Warlords, overly punctual airlines and the growing number of internally displaced people in…
The Lost Genocide : A story of the Herero and Nama tragedy.
Nov 3, 2019 • 34 min
In 1904 a hundred thousand Herero and Nama people hailing from modern day Namibia were killed by german forces. Here is that story. For more resources about this story please go to : www.thirdculturetheatre.com/waptp-dramaturgy Check out our website…
Closed Borders, Crashed Planes And Catastrophic Floods
Oct 27, 2019 • 44 min
We are back with the news but first check out our website at saveafricapod.com! Floods in South Sudan, Legal proceedings against Boeing and Closed Borders are all part of today’s news update. Enjoy!
Pod Save Africa Live
Oct 20, 2019 • 58 min
saveafricapod.com is our new website and we love you and we love it so we would love it if you took a look at it. Also! we had a live podcast! Kansola and Akinade got to interview Sarah Bekele (A news anchor), Sali Kamara (a freelance makeup artist) and…
Steel Coffin : The Death Of Uncle Bob
Oct 6, 2019 • 46 min
MUGABE WAS NOT BURIED IN AN ADIDAS BODY BAG! Today we discuss Mugabe’s legacy and what his death means for Zimbabwe. Also check out our new website at saveafricapod.com The season will be back in 2 weeks starting off with audio from our first live show.…
Through the eyes of African Women
May 19, 2019 • 43 min
This week Ms Anwuli Okonjo tells us about her non profit, Through the Eyes of African Women (TEAW) and what it means to amplify the voices of African Women. On the back of a major event that involved police officers assaulting Nigerian women, Anwuli…
Stears Nigeria - In God We Trust, Every One Else Must Bring Data
May 12, 2019 • 33 min
Stears.ng is a remarkable platform that provides data based reporting on Nigerian issues. Today Michael Famoroti (@Mikey_Fam) shares the story of how Stears.ng started, the documentation of the Nigerian elections and what we can expect from Stears in the…
The Will Of The Rainbow Nation - The South African Elections
May 7, 2019 • 60 min
Tomorrow, South Africa will decide in one of its most important elections in its history. This election will either serve as an indictment of the recent leadership of the ANC or a reaffirmation of the trust the people of south Africa have put in them. It…
Our Very Own Truths (Re-broadcast)
May 5, 2019 • 62 min
Enjoy one of our favorite episodes! Professor Vaughn speaks to us about religion, politics, spirituality and history of various African People. Please enjoy and follow us @podsaveafrica on instagram.
Sudan : Past, Present and a hopeful Future.
Apr 28, 2019 • 55 min
Micheal Majok paints a tapestry of Sudan’s history. Detailing the context within which the recent protests and events while weaving in his personal history. He describes in detail the sins of the past while detailing a wonderful future for Sudan and South…
Tasgot bas: On to the next one. A story of the Sudanese Protests
Apr 21, 2019 • 23 min
2 days, 2 presidents toppled by the protests and the will of the Sudanese people. Israa got to see the protests first hand and tells us everything about the situation in Sudan and the demands of the Sudanese people
Cyclone Idai
Apr 14, 2019 • 14 min
All you need to know about Cyclone Idai. Hundreds Dead, thousands Missing, Billions lost. Please support at: World Vision - https://donate.worldvision.org/give/cyclone-idai-relief-fund Mercy Fund -…
Mizizi : The Acquisition Of Knowledge Is The Catalyst Of Progress
Mar 17, 2019 • 56 min
Today we get to share another great story with you. Paakow is the founder and CEO of Mizizi. He brings African pride to the limelight through fashion, here he honestly presents his story (ups and downs included). Get yourself some great African inspired…
Ethiopian Airlines Crash, Uganda Vs Rwanda - News Update
Mar 10, 2019 • 31 min
Hello All, We call in a few friends today to join us in discussing some of the news from the continent. We talk through everything from the diplomatic issues between Uganda and Rwanda to the massive protests against the Algerian President. Please enjoy…
Joe Sawo - Libraries For Liberia
Mar 3, 2019 • 55 min
Meet Joe Sawo, Investor, speaker and Leader. We talk about his journey growing up as an immigrant, investing in real estate and running a non-profit organization. Follow him on Instagram at @sundiaata and Support Libraries for Liberia at…
Nigerian Election - The Work has just begun
Feb 27, 2019 • 31 min
A rounded presentation of the recently concluded Nigerian Elections. Enjoy our analysis and follow us @podsaveafrica on instagram.
Nigeria Almost Decides
Feb 17, 2019 • 26 min
The national electoral commission in Nigeria announced that it would be postponing its scheduled elections 4 hours from when the first votes were expected to be cast. We talk about it. Listen and enjoy, follow us on instagram @podsaveafrica.
Karo Omu - Free Sanitary Aid
Feb 3, 2019 • 56 min
I had the great privilege of interviewing Karo Omu (@duchesskk), She runs Free Sanitary Aid Nigeria, a non-profit committed to furthering the cause of less fortunate women and girls in Nigeria. She especially works to improve the situation for women that…
News Sprint - Sudan, Nairobi, Nigeria And Zimbabwe
Jan 27, 2019 • 20 min
Hello All! On this news update, we discuss the ongoing protests in Sudan and Zimbabwe while addressing the Nigerian Elections and the current situation there. Please Rate us on iTunes! Please follow us @podsaveafrica on Instagram, we will love you forever.
I Like To Move It Move It - Your January 13th News Update
Jan 13, 2019 • 34 min
Cheers to you and your determination in continuing all your new years resolutions! While you jog on that treadmill/ lift that weight/ eat that salad/ avoid those haters, we have prepared news update on the African just for you to stay caught up while you…
Pod Save Africa, New Year New We
Jan 6, 2019 • 47 min
Happy New Year Friends! Welcome to 2019. We wish you a phenomenally enriching and amazing year ahead with a multitude of successes. In this Episode, We take a good look at the past year and review some of our highlights from the year 2018. Thank you for…
Mr Jackson On Cameroon, Qaddafi, Kagame And Love
Dec 16, 2018 • 46 min
Follow us @podsaveafrica on instagram. I sit down with Mr. Jackson to hear him share his perspectives on a variety of issues relating to the African Continent as it is and as it was. He shares his unique takes on the structural relationships and pressures…
Is Monogamy Un-african? - The African Debates
Dec 9, 2018 • 67 min
Follow us on Instagram @podsaveafrica! Thanks for tuning in today. We got to attend a debate over whether or not Monogamy is Un-african. The two individuals shared their opposing perspectives on the topic and it made for a very lively and enjoyable…
The Candidates For The Nigerian 2019 Elections
Nov 25, 2018 • 68 min
My family and I got to kick it and spend time together this past weekend as part of the thanksgiving holiday. We often discuss politics so I decided to moderate and record one of our conversations about the upcoming Nigerian presidential elections. We…
The Subtext
Nov 11, 2018 • 46 min
This episode, Osarumen talks to us about his new venture, subtext.io. He evaluates companies and technology for a living and he now shares many of his thoughts on technology and companies via this new medium. You can signup for this at thesubtext.io I am…
News Update October 28th 2018
Oct 28, 2018 • 28 min
Hello All! Follow us @podsaveafrica on Insta. Enjoy this episode of news updates where we discuss everything from Ethiopia’s strides in creating gender balanced leadership to Kanye west giving Uganda’s president Museveni some Yeezy’s Enjoy.
African Anonymous - The first time I got In trouble
Oct 21, 2018 • 25 min
This Episode is brought to you by Asa Afrique. This brand sources and sells some of the most beautiful designs from the African Continent. Please check them out at asaafrique.com and @asaafrique. Welcome to Africans Anonymous. It is a sporadic series in…
Episode 48 - ChinAfrica
Oct 14, 2018 • 17 min
Let’s Talk about China, This episode we layout the arguments for whether or not China is good for the African Continent. Enjoy! and while you are enjoying follow us @podsaveafrica on Instagram. We *Heart* You
Season 3 and Your Summer Recap
Oct 7, 2018 • 46 min
WE ARE BACK!!!! Welcome to season 3 y’all, we are happy to be back. We decided to start you off with a recap news update. Lot’s happened this summer and we wanted to bring you up to speed with the news. Please Enjoy and Follow us on Instagram…
Osarumen - The Thinker
Sep 23, 2018 • 33 min
Follow us @p0dsaveafrica! Got to chat with Osarumen about his life. He has had a fascinating journey thus far and in this episode he details everything from dropping out of school, becoming a composer, editing for a tech news outlet and arriving at his…
Nyema Igwe - The Builder
Sep 9, 2018 • 37 min
Follow us on Twitter! @p0dsaveafrica! Nyema is a fashion retail startup founder! She connects her customers to African creators using her platform. Today she discusses with me her experience thus far! Your Proverb of the week. Burundi Proverb -…
Chiimeh CMD - The Changer
Sep 2, 2018 • 43 min
First things first, follow us @p0dsaveafrica on twitter! I got to chat with Chiimeh CMD, we discussed a framework for creating change and how he has applied it in his life thus far. Please enjoy this enriching road trip conversation I got to have with…
Mpumi Nobiva - The Uplifter
Aug 26, 2018 • 49 min
Meet Mpumi, She helps to connect people to their purpose and has committed her life to helping people share their stories. To say her life has had grand twists and turns would be an understatement. She lost her mother at a young age and ended up being a…
Season 2.5 Episode 1 : Iko, The Uniter
Aug 19, 2018 • 35 min
WE ARE BACK!! Well partly. The team at Pod Save Africa has spent the last few weeks (really months) taking a break from the podcast to refresh ourselves and our content. We have missed you dearly and as we move into the new season, we’d like to share with…
Episode 46 - Season 2 Finale
Apr 16, 2018 • 14 min
Listen to the end for a special announcement. One year ago, I sat in the living room of my apartment with one of my very good friends to discuss corruption on the african continent. It was a discussion that had happened countless times but the difference…
La Grande Afrique
Apr 8, 2018 • 72 min
This episode, I get to chat with Kamila Yusuf. We discuss storytelling, the dangers of letting others tell our stories and the magazine she helps run called La Grande Afrique. She shares some insightful hot takes in this episode. Have a listen. She…
Proceed with Caution : Your April 1st News Update
Apr 2, 2018 • 72 min
Our show note this week is dedicated to Winnie Mandela and the tremendous life you lived. Sacrificing much of your own life for the liberation of others. Rest in Power Mama. Have a look at stories on everything over the past two weeks ranging from new…
Wakanda appropriation is this?
Mar 25, 2018 • 44 min
Have you worn a dashiki recently without knowing where it came from? Do you mispronounce every African Name you have ever come across? We at Pod Save Africa have an exciting and informative episode here for you! My guest today is the resplendent Ify Okoh.…
Australia’s Home Affairs Minister Is A Racist Moron - March 18 News Update
Mar 18, 2018 • 68 min
Hello! Its your news update for March 18th. We bring to you a well roasted blend of positive and concerning news on things you should know from every coast of the greatest continent on earth. Mining rights in DRC, South African farmland, Uncle bob and so…
Death By Ambition : The African Dream
Mar 11, 2018 • 39 min
Hi its Akinade here, Today I share one of my most treasured truths. I talk about what it means to grow up as a young African whose I identity is formed around his dream to make life better for his community. I hope my thoughts find a place to resonate…
March 4th News Update - Just show that you care
Mar 4, 2018 • 31 min
This week we bring to you the latest news stories from the past two weeks. Jong Massaquoi joins us in the delivery of this news update. We talk about how leaders show that they care about their people in trying times. We also discuss the African Union and…
Internationalism : Differences
Feb 25, 2018 • 39 min
Ayy!! We just need you to know that you are wonderful. Welcome to Part 2 of our series on Internationalism. Kayode Odumboni moved to America to get his PHD a few months ago. He is an astute observer and uses his experience to facilitate this conversation…
Episode 38 - Wakanda Forever
Feb 19, 2018 • 56 min
What would you do if your 36 Million of your hard earned Wakandandian dollars were swallowed by a snake? This episode we discussed the change of power in South Africa, the resignation of the Ethiopian PM, one really absurd robbery and of course the Black…
Best Of Both Worlds : African And American
Feb 11, 2018 • 23 min
We are beginning a series on Internationalism drawn from an organized discussion put together by Adora Namigadde called Low-key ted talks. Adora begins the series by telling the story of her struggle with place and its consequences in her life. We discuss…
Feb 4th News Update - Do We Even Own Our Own Home?
Feb 4, 2018 • 35 min
Kenya has two Presidents , well sort of. This week we discussed the passing of Hugh Masekela, the political situation in Kenya, China’s relationship with the African Union and more. Have a listen and please enjoy. Follow us on twitter @p0dsaveafrica and…
Episode 35 - I belong to everyone and I belong to no one
Jan 29, 2018 • 33 min
The immortal words of President Buhari on his inaugural speech struck a chord with many. The questions is has he lived up to the hype and what does the future of Nigerian Politics possibly look like in light of the upcoming 2019 elections. I discuss with…
January 21st News Update - To shower or to wash my car? That, is the question.
Jan 21, 2018 • 61 min
Welcome back! This week we share an update on the water crisis in South Africa, Fulani herdsmen clashes with farmers in Nigeria and many other news stories. Please enjoy, and give us feedback on our episodes by contacting us on twitter @p0dsaveafrica. We…
Tech Saves Africa Part 2 : Basic but Difficult
Jan 14, 2018 • 58 min
Hello, Welcome back. Today we continue our discussion on tech ideas that can significantly improve countries on the African Continent. We discuss many of the realities facing tech founders today and many of the hurdles to founding successful enterprise.…
January 7th News Update - Progress sometimes comes in little steps.
Jan 7, 2018 • 38 min
Happy New Year!! We are excited to be back with you this year. We talk about closed torture camps, ebola corruption, Bitcoins and Fatwas and so much more. Please enjoy, share and subscribe. Come interact with us on twitter @p0dsaveAfrica and as always hit…
December 23rd News Update - Don’t sleep on that new Nile X.
Dec 25, 2017 • 47 min
Merry Christmas!! From our PSA family, we wish you and yours a throughly enjoyable Christmas holiday full of abundant Joy. We strive to keep you updated so here are the news items you should be paying attention to from the African continent. Come interact…
Tech Saves Africa (Part 1)
Dec 17, 2017 • 44 min
From sliced bread to the industrial revolution, technology is often the means by which nations and societies develop and advance grow significantly. Today, Opemipo Aikomo, Korede Aderele and Segun Bash share their ideas on what Tech improvements could…
December 10th News Update - Modern Day Slavery and the Sins of our Incompetence.
Dec 10, 2017 • 72 min
Hello friends, Its a new month and we are excited to bring you the news from the past month. It has been one heck of a month. We often find ourselves a little behind the news cycle so we have decided to bring you the news a little more frequently twice…
Curating Our Stories, Content:ng
Dec 3, 2017 • 59 min
One of the most important elements of advanced societies is record keeping. For a long time this has primarily been done by outsiders looking into the African Continent. During our short break, I got to discuss with Benjamin Adelegan about how his start…
Museveni, Spin Kicks, Uganda, Old Men And Power - Episode 27
Nov 26, 2017 • 56 min
This is our 27th Episode. We are thankful for our listeners, you drive us, motivate us and show us that someone else cares like we do. This Episode, Adora Namigadde talks to us about the context within which the sublime spin kick in the Ugandan Parliament…
We Are Back! Season 2! November News Update : It is all about Uncle Bob Mugabe.
Nov 19, 2017 • 82 min
And we are Back!! It’s Season 2!! (Insert dance music) We have missed you. It has been popping on the continent so we decided to start off with a News update to get you up to date with the news from the past month. Ify and Kansola join my dream team to…
Season One Recap : What Are You Most Optimistic About?
Oct 8, 2017 • 17 min
Welcome dearest Listener! We
Episode 25 - Electricity : The sacrifices we made at the altar of light
Oct 1, 2017 • 88 min
Hello! Have you ever wondered why you slept so many nights without the breeze from a fan or air conditioner keeping you cool? Have you ever wondered why you use so many candles and lanterns? Well welcome to Episode 25 where I, and the brilliant…
Episode 24 - September Monthly News Update - “My Friends Go To Your Countries To Get Rich”
Sep 24, 2017 • 22 min
Welcome to Episode 24! First of all, shoutout to you! yes you! Thank you for listening and caring. We at PSA love you or as the kids say; we “heart” you. Follow us @p0dSaveAfrica on twitter. It is time for your Monthly news update! Much to address, the…
Episode 23 - Our Love For It Brought Us Together
Sep 17, 2017 • 54 min
First things first! Follow us @p0dSaveAfrica on twitter. Welcome to Episode 23! (Jordan Episode) In honor of this sports related episode number. We shall be talking about sports, not basketball because its bourgeois. (You’ll get it when you listen) We…
Episode 22 - Dictatorial Benevolence?
Sep 10, 2017 • 23 min
Welcome to Episode 22 Rwanda has been the focus of a lot of attention recently. The extension of President Kagame’s time as leader of the nation has drawn a lot of criticism and support. Today, Audace Nakeshimana gives us a lesser solicited perspective.…
Episode 21 - “They Drive Us, They Serve Us, They Clean Our Things”
Sep 3, 2017 • 67 min
Welcome back! Whoop! It is episode 21! I continue my conversation with the incredible Professor Vaughan. As a recap, Olufemi Vaughan is the Alfred Sargent Lee & Mary Ames Lee Professor of African Studies at Amherst College. We discuss some of the origins…
Episode 20 - Our Very Own Truths
Aug 27, 2017 • 61 min
It’s my pleasure to announce that the podcast has officially reached 10,000 Listens! Thank you for your support and continue to listen and share! Whoop! It is episode 20! I have an incredibly accomplished and esteemed guest on the podcast today. Olufemi…
Episode 19 - Politically Inclined!
Aug 20, 2017 • 38 min
Welcome to Episode 19! Timi Akindele and I discuss politics candidly. He is one of the most politically inclined people I know and he shares his journey thus far and some of his ideas for how we can all get engaged. I hope you enjoy! Please don’t forget…
Episode 18 - What’s The Worst Thing To Ever Happen To You?
Aug 13, 2017 • 38 min
Welcome to Episode 18! At age 4 Habibo was alone herding livestock far away from her family for six months. In her teens she was a refugee from the war in Somalia. She learn’t english at age 22. She shares with us her experiences and how they have…
Episode 17 - The Will Of The People : Kenya’s Election
Aug 6, 2017 • 54 min
Welcome to Episode 17! Kenya is having its presidential election on Tuesday the 8th of August. A former prime minister runs against an Incumbent president. Kenyan Lawyers, Alex Mwakichako and Alex Kadiba , take opposing sides on a debate to discuss which…
Episode 16 - A President Cannot Save Us
Jul 30, 2017 • 44 min
Welcome to Episode 16! First of all, I encourage you to rate the podcast on iTunes if you like it, it helps more people find the podcast! Nigeria’s president has been missing for about 70 days. Ayobami Adekojo talks to us about the state of the current…
Episode 15 - Don’t Let Things Happen To You. Get Up And Make Them Happen
Jul 23, 2017 • 55 min
Welcome to Episode 15! This time, we have a life coach and motivational speaker Wisdom Primus sharing his thoughts and his experience on finding purpose, evolving as a person and how we carry our purpose to a continent that needs it. He also tells us…
Episode 14 : Monthly News Update - China’s Military Base In Africa
Jul 16, 2017 • 27 min
Hello! I hope you like our new Logo. Welcome back to Pod Save Africa. This episode, I will be updating you on the news on the African Continent. The goal is to bring us closer by having a better understanding of the many issues that are affecting us in…
Episode 13 - We Are Selling Our Future In Exchange For Foreign Aid.
Jul 9, 2017 • 39 min
Welcome to Episode 13! First of all, I encourage you to rate the podcast on iTunes if you like it, it helps more people find the podcast! Erick Nganyange discusses Foreign aid with us. It is a big part of our international identity as a continent and…
Episode 12 - The Young African Woman On Marriage Part 2
Jul 2, 2017 • 35 min
Welcome to Episode 12! Thanks for coming. Today, we continue our discussion on marriage. Oyinkan, Kachi, Kelechi, Ene and Ayo give their views and perspectives on Marriage to the Young African Woman. As an additional note, Kelechi also runs a pod cast…
Episode 11 - Anybody can get married (The Young African Woman On Marriage Part 1)
Jun 25, 2017 • 37 min
Welcome to Episode 11! This episode, we discuss another set of perspectives on the topic of marriage. Oyinkan, Kachi, Kelechi, Ene and Ayo give their views and perspectives on Marriage to the Young African Woman. We discuss readiness, societal influences…
Episode 10 - Why do you want to get Married? (The Young African Man on marriage - Part 2)
Jun 18, 2017 • 42 min
Welcome to Episode 10! On this episode, we continue our round table conversation about marriage. James Mwakichako, Irewole Akande and Damilola Obashoro join me to discuss marriage from the millennial African Man’s perspective. We talk about cultural…
Episode 9 - Don’t date till you are married (The Young African Man on marriage - Part 1)
Jun 11, 2017 • 32 min
Welcome to Episode 9! On this episode, we have a round table conversation about marriage. James Mwakichako, Irewole Akande and Damilola Obashoro join me to discuss marriage from the millennial African Man’s perspective. We talk about cultural issues,…
Episode 8 - What Do You Know About Gabon?
Jun 4, 2017 • 26 min
Welcome to Episode 8! On this listen, Naila Opiangah tells us about her home country, Gabon. We discuss its history, the present state of affairs and a future powered by education. I hope you enjoy! Please don’t forget to share, like and subscribe! Also…
Episode 7 - Poverty: Prioritizing Our Problems
May 28, 2017 • 40 min
Welcome to Episode 7! Emmanuel Klu talks to us about a different way to look at poverty. We discuss foreign aid and its role in the seemingly incessant cycle of poverty. We also discuss how creating a self supporting and self sufficient continent would…
Episode 6 - Liberia: The Root Of The Past
May 21, 2017 • 33 min
Welcome to Episode 6! On this Episode, We switch things up a little bit and add more of a storytelling/history lesson angle to the episode. Raymond Weah, talks to us about Liberia’s History and the consequential effects of returned slaves. We also discuss…
Episode 5 -It’s Easy To Rule People Who Don’t Know How To Be Ruled-
May 14, 2017 • 30 min
Welcome to Episode 5! On this Episode, Moyo Orekoya discusses civics and the systems we have for electing leadership. He also shares some of his “heretical” ideas on new ways for electing our leaders and keeping people engaged in the political process. I…
Episode 4 - The Balance Of Building A Future
May 7, 2017 • 29 min
Welcome to Episode 4! On this Episode, Chizara Nwaogwugwu discusses with us about the many balances one has to maintain when trying to bring change as a returnee to Nigeria. We discuss culture, business, finance and much more. Chizy uses the word Ajebo in…
Episode 3 - Rwanda : Dark Pasts And Bright Futures
Apr 30, 2017 • 24 min
Welcome to the Third Episode of Pod Save Africa. On this Episode Iris Uwizeyimana talks to us about Rwanda, the aftermath of the genocide, the potential for a greater future and the lessons of the past. Please enjoy and share. Also feel free to share your…
Episode 2 - So You Want To Move Back To Africa?
Apr 23, 2017 • 30 min
Welcome to the Second Episode of Pod Save Africa On this Episode, Jong Massaquoi talks to us about the experience of moving back to Africa. Thank you for listening and I hope you enjoy and share. (Intro and Outro track : Majek Fashek - African Unity)
Episode 1 - Big Thief Vs. Little Thief
Apr 16, 2017 • 23 min
First episode of Pod Save Africa. Here, I (Akinade Aderele) and James Mwakichako discuss theft, corruption, the culture that lets it thrive and how we get to a future with much less corruption. (Intro and Outro track : Majek Fashek - African Unity) Shout…