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My Biggest Challenge – Mo Abudu

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Mo Abudu is popular for her infotainment talk show,Moments with Mo, but that’s not the only thing going for her. Her entrepreneurial spirit saw her leave the serene security of a corporate job in an oil firm to venture into the media and own her own television station, EbonyLifeTV,in order to tell her own story of Africa.She tells the story

Most of Our Leaders are Not Prepared To Lead – Linus Okorie

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Mr. Linus Okorie is the president and founder of Guardians of the Nation International, a leadership capital development organization. He speaks on the journey of developing youths for leadership, a journey he started as a teenager himself twenty-three years ago.

I Won’t Quit Until Nigeria Produces Someone Better Than Me - Funke Oshonaike

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Funke Oshonaike’s name is almost synonymous with female table tennis in Nigeria. She seems to have been around forever, a cat with nine lives in the game, winning many laurels in Africa and in global competitions in an illustrious career that has spanned 27 years! and still counting.

Why I Don't Attend Church In Nigeria - Jimi Disu

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Those who know Jimi Disu far back probably knew him during his stint with  Daily Times newspaper, Nigeria’s foremost daily at the 70’s and 80’s.

Young People Need To Go Beyond ‘Smartphone Tourism’ - Pelumi Awofeso

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Pelumi Awofeso is a tourism czar by Nigerian standards. He caught the bug during youth service and has not looked back since, becoming a major writer and advocate of tourism in the country through his publication, Waka-about. He is alsoa co-founder of Beach Samaritans, a volunteer group that cleans up dirty beaches.

Why I Keep Running For President of Liberia – Winston Tubman

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Winston Tubman is again running for the highest public office in Liberia after two failed attempts.  He explains why, at the ripe age of 75 when most people have retired, or are retiring, from active politics, he still believes he’s the man to lead Liberia’s youthful population into the future.

Why My Personnel Should Carry Arms - Boboye Oyeyemi

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Top Foreign Coaches Cannot Survive In Nigeria -Larry Izamoje

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Dr. Larry Izamoje is the chairman/CEO of Brila Group. In Thisi, he discusses his vision and mission in pioneering sports radio in the country, the journey so far and why the nation’s football house remains a war zone, among others.

 

What were you thinking when you started Brila FM 14 years ago?

My Encounter With A Black Mamba - Desmond Majekodunmi

My Encounter With A Black Mamba - Desmond Majekodunmi
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Desmond Majekodunmi is a lover of nature, animals and the environment. He is a lover of life in its various forms. The conservationist and environmental activist is known for his many endeavours,  such as advising the government on key environmental issues and advocating for clearing  shipwrecks from the Lagos shoreline.

Nigerian Male Celebrities Are Hot - Nana Prah

Nigerian Male Celebrities Are Hot -  Nana Prah
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Nana Prah is a Ghanaian author of contemporary multicultural romances. Prah, who is also a nurse educator, has published about five romance novels. She shares her views on love, romance and other issues with The Interview.

Writing all these romance books, you must lead an exciting life, yes?