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1: YANSH WAHALA

NOTE: GUEST APPEARANCE IN THE PERSON OF ADETUTU TAYO CEO GLOWPLUG NG (https://www.instagram.com/the.glowplug) BUDDING PODCASTER FASHION ENTHUSIAST We will be addressing shocking things women do to their butts, ass, bumbum etc In a bid to have the perfect body…. Women all over the world submit to dangerous means to make themselves look better. While many…

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3: The Touching Story of Jimoh Isiaq

Jimoh Isiaq, a bystander near the ongoing #EndSARS protest was killed in Ogbomoso, Oyo state by stray bullets of policemen attempting to disperse the protesters. According to eyewitnesses, the police officers used live bullets to disperse the crowd and in the process, Isiaq was hit. According to an interview of his family by Punch, Jimoh…

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2: Communication in today’s world

In our daily dealings, technological advancement has made life both easy and complicated. As a communicator it is important you note certain conventional techniques digital innovation may not be able to influence. We all have a tendency to speak too quickly, pitching our voices too high or low especially under pressure or undue stress. Communication…

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1: Multitasking – CPD (New series alert)

Multitasking can be daunting. When you try to manage several tasks at once, you may find yourself slower than you imagined. Permit me to share three things you can do to ensure you have a productive week. PS: I wrote a book titled STAND-OUT. Head on to podsnaija.com Or adedire.com to download it is completely…

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19: Sauce and Ginger

Listen to the latest episode and learn about Joyce Carol Vincent, a British woman whose death went unnoticed for more than two years as her corpse lay undiscovered in her north London bedsit. Prior to her death, Vincent had cut off nearly all contact with those who knew her. She resigned from her job in…

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FGM in the COVID-19 era

Do you know that the COVID19 pandemic has increased the risk of gender-based violence in the world, particularly in African countries where 42 percent of the world’s female genital mutilation cases are found? You will be surprised to know that due to the lockdown in the world, families are giving their children out to be…

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THE POWERFUL KINGDOM OF KUSH

Though often overshadowed by its Egyptian neighbors to the north, the Kingdom of Kush stood as a regional power in Africa for over a thousand years.   This ancient Nubian empire reached its peak in the second millennium B.C. when it ruled over a vast swath of territory along the Nile River in what is…

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Did you know that; Almost half of the gold ever mined on Earth has come from a single place

In 1886, after years of rumors, legends, and smaller discoveries, it was definitively established that there was a huge, rich deposit of gold under the Witwatersrand, a rocky ridge in South Africa. South Africa is famous for its rich deposits of gold, the vast majority of which come from the Witwatersrand Basin, an underground geological…

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Abebe Bikila; The First African to win Gold in an Olympic Games, running the whole race Barefoot

Ethiopian track and field athlete, Abebe Bikila (1932-1973), was the first black African to win an Olympic medal, and the first man ever to win two Olympic marathons. Known for his grace and stamina, he was considered the most perfect example of a naturally talented distance runner. Abebe Bikila, the son of a shepherd, did…

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KOFI ANNAN; The First Black Secretary of the United Nations

Kofi Annan joined the United Nations in 1962 when he went to work for the World Health Organization (WHO) as a budget officer. After a while he was involved with the United Nations in a number of different branches; serving as the UN High Commissioner for Refugees and the UN Emergency Force in Ismailia, Egypt….

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