This is a jam packed episode, so brace yourself! First up, we have ZicsAloma, a well-known comedian who has captured the hearts of many with his hilarious online skits. Then, Progress, the winner of Nigerian Idol Season 7, gives us a heartfelt performance and talks about everything music. Next, we have Kennedy Ekezie, founder and CEO of Kippa (“a fintech company”) sharing his insights and tips for securing venture capital.
The world has never been fair to women. Don’t believe us? Watch the story of resilience from our celebrity guest - Blessing Nze. Also, follow us as we explore the intriguing story of a married woman filled with heartbreak, infidelity, despair, and forgiveness.
Afrobeats has become a hot topic across every continent. We have legendary producer, K-Solo take us through the transformation and evolution of Afrobeats. Joe El, the Afrobeats artiste, joins us to share his story and evolution in the industry. Plus, we test our audience on their knowledge of Afrobeats and of course, dance, dance, dance!

First up, we have Blessing CEO, a certified relationship expert, who breaks down the secrets of building healthy connections in modern-day relationships. Next, we sit down with Doyin David, Big Brother Nigeria Ex-housemate from Season 7 and a conversationalist, as she discusses the importance of raising awareness about consent and her intentions of returning to the field of medicine. Lastly, we engage in a conversation with Hon. Onibido Sodiq Abiodun, a community organizer, who sheds light on the importance of technology on eradicating inflation in his community. Stay tuned!

We’re back in 2024 with all the banter and fun at its best! The multitalented, Akah Nnani is here. We are looking at his outstanding career on the big screen and his take on global acting, media, and entertainment. Then, we’re heating it up in the kitchen and giving a deserving woman a fabulous makeover!

Good health is essential and central to human happiness and well-being. We are talking about the importance of public health in Africa and why it matters. Plus, we chat with Nigerian Hip-Hop artist, Eedris Abdulkareem on his recent organ donation experience — as a receiver.

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