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10: THE SAD STORY OF CHIMA IKWUNADO

Nigeria has been tagged with so many issues over the years. These issues range from poverty to unnecessary mortality at its peak. However, as we have always said on this podcast, police brutality has been topping the list effortlessly. In this episode, I’ll be giving you the story of Chima Ikwunado, who was brutally and…

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9: THE OBASI BOYS

One of the most taunting events that have plagued Nigeria in the past years is the issue of police brutality. Every day, we are faced with one case of murder or another and the government has refused to speak up on this issue nor take any meaningful step. Many of our young ones have fallen…

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8: THIS THING CALL GENDER AND SEXUAL VIOLENCE SHA

The international community has become aware of the need to achieve equality between the sexes and of the fact that an equitable society cannot be attained if the fundamental human rights of half of human society, i.e. women, continue to be denied and violated. However, the bleak reality is that harmful traditional practices have been…

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6: Police Brutality:The McClain Story

Elijah Jovan McClain was a 23year old Black American from Aurora, Colorado. He was a massage therapist who died a week after a violent encounter with the police force. The event that led to his death began on the 24th of august, 2019 when an Aurora citizen made a call of alarm to the police…

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5: THE STORY OF OGAR JUMBO

The deceased was conveying his two children to school in company of his wife when the policeman ordered him to stop. Ogar was said to have made a U-turn at a wrong location to enable him get to the school on time before the police officers, who were on duty in the area, stopped him…

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7: MARGINALIZATION AND BODYSHAMING (my size doesn’t determine my ability)

An insightful interview with Etekume Chukwutem Eleanor. An amazing personality, sharing her experiences and opinions while navigating what we call “the world of men”. Listen, Learn, Enjoy but don’t enjoy alone. Share this episode. Click here to be a guest on our show ! — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/podsnaija/message

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Nelson Mandela

Nelson Mandela is the first black president of South Africa after he spent years in prison for his anti-apartheid work, he also won a noble prize in 1993. Mandela was born on July 18, 1918, in the tiny village of Mvezo, on the banks of the Mbashe River in Transkei, South Africa.  His birth name was Rolihlahla Mandela. “Rolihlahla” in the Xhosa language…

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4: The Story of Zongo, A NY Police brutality case

Ousmane Zongo was a 43-year-old arts trader from Burkina Faso who was shot and killed by a New York City police officer during a warehouse raid in 2003. Ousmane Zongo’s friends described him to be a calm, polite man who worked diligently to send money to his Burkina Faso-based wife Sali Mata Sanfo and their…

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6: FGM Damages, Advocacy and it’s Impact

Our Guest Amina Abba @stopthecut2030, a 400 level student of computer Engineering at the Federal University of Technology Minna . A youth with intercultural competencies, self-motivated, self-reliant and target-oriented. Has a strong capacity for development of strategies and plans of action. She is very inquisitive and seizes every opportunity to explore a new environment. As…

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5: Who don chop breakfast

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