Join Cousins Nemeze and Ugo every week for colorful commentary about current events, pop culture, and social media. No holds bar, the cousins check and shade with a Nigerian flair.From the young Nigerian perspective, Nigerian-born Nemeze and American-born Ugo Omero share their opinions on being torn between American assimilation, Nigerian tradition, and twenty-something adult confusion.
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Best Nigerian podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Nigerian podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
Updated February 2020
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Bestof2Podcast is a podcast where we discuss controversial and interesting topics sharing with our listeners how we tackle these in our day to day lives as Nigerian British Ladies
The latest business and finance news from around the world from the BBC
Good Music. Positive Vibes. It's that simple.
Moeazy and Wemsy are childhood friends who share their thoughts on sports, hiphop, movies, music, all of pop-culture and other topical issues . They hope to entertain, inform and inspire their listeners by framing their discussions around their unique NIgerian-American influenced perspectives with a dose of humor. The Village Headmaster Podcast is published every fortnight on Soundcloud, Itunes, Stitcher, TuneIn and Google podcasts plus any where else you listen to podcasts.
Just For Fun
Nigerian-American compatriots, Tune Day (@theycallmeTUNE) & Bawo (@JustBawo) come together weekly with special guests to gist about music, culture, politics & all things #trending in the diaspora.From West Africa to your ears, receive your tantalization by tuning into the No Wahala podcast right now.Thanks a bunsh.#NoWahala Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nowahala/support
You're not going to read this but here goes...Welcome to "Regular Nigerian Life" - the safest space to ask questions, laugh over our mistakes and talk about all the things that make us Nigerians, especially those living in Nigeria . No jokes! We are freestyling this entire podcast.
Welcome to Rants of a Nigerian Youth where amazing things happen. Please don't forget to subscribe
NPR and WBUR's live midday news program
The Fulfulde, Nigerian (Caka) Audio New Testament (TBL) is a unique presentation of the Audio Bible. For a list of other available languages go to our website at http://FaithComesByHearing.com. The mission of Faith Comes By Hearing is to bring His Church together and make disciples from every nation, tribe, language, and people: to give every person the opportunity to listen completely through the New Testament in their heart language.
This is a podcast of Nigerian History. It will give as detailed a breakdown as possible of why Nigeria is the way it is, we will also tackle many issues as they arise in the podcast as well as in the accompanying articles.
Jesus and Jollof is a podcast featuring Luvvie Ajayi and Yvonne Orji, two proudly Nigerian women (who have no behavior) talking about the things they love, their stories, and life in general. Why “Jesus and Jollof?” Those are the two things they cannot do without. Besides, the other option was “2 Goat Queens.”
a podcast run by four nigerian warlords
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News and analysis from the BBC's Focus on Africa. The Africa Today podcast is published from Monday to Friday. It contains the day's top African stories.
He’s the President, yet we’re still trying to answer basic questions about how his business works: What deals are happening, who they’re happening with, and if the President and his family are keeping their promise to separate the Trump Organization from the Trump White House. “Trump, Inc.” is a joint reporting project from WNYC Studios and ProPublica that digs deep into these questions. We’ll be layout out what we know, what we don’t and how you can help us fill in the gaps. WNYC Studios is ...
It's an indigenous Nigerian podcast, with Nigerian pidgin English as the main language for transmitting. We talk about all the trends and latest from Nigeria, Africa and the world at large. It's running time spans from 3mins to 5mins, with subliminal comic relief. As e de hot 🔥
Editorials and commentaries from Bloomberg Opinion
Welcome to my podcast where I talk about the day-to-day challenges of a Nigerian in their 20s.
Hey.... Welcome to my little part of the world... I'll like to let you know what it's like being a Nigerian (at least my side of the story😁)
Formerly TheOkalaDiaries now called : Panadol Xtra, Chioma is joined by new cohost Chinedu as they discuss current events, being Nigerian in America and everything in between.Intro/Outro Sound: Gbagaun by @RaffiaPalm
This is a podcast about a growing Nigerian culture.... Affiliated with the UK
Yem Ego is a podcast dedicated to navigating career issues in the workplace, within the Nigerian end market.
FemiDlive...Its a show on the inspiring tales of Nigerian Politics. Hosted by @femidlive Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/femidlive/support
Welcome to TeniTalks, hosted by Teni. Teni is a young Nigerian lady that is interested in lifestyle and cultural diversity. She loves to share her personal experiences about life and has the most relatable and wonderful tales to tell. You can send an email : email@example.com
The facetious tech show. Featuring Ezra Olubi, Uzo Olisemeka, Tolu Agunbiade and guests; we bring you our unfiltered opinion on the Nigerian technology ecosystem, and global technology related news that catch our attention. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A bi-weekly Nigerian society & culture podcast. The hosts, Matilda, Hadiza and Imanma, delve into a new topic each episode on social issues, history, politics, finances, some good ol' banter and so much more.
The Strategy Bridge podcast features interviews on strategic affairs and diplomatic & military history.
A podcast narrated by Tochi and Isioma ~ two Nigerian girls living in NYC
"Those who cannot remember the past are doomed to repeat it" - George SantayanaI've always wondered what life was like for those who grew up in a world before the one I knew. My curiosity led me to have these, I think, frank conversations with some exceptional people. For all the criticism that Nigerian men sometimes get for being emotional recluses...we spoke freely about life, romance, music, art and heritage.
Podcast by Union Bank
This is a podcast that seeks to dig out the message behind the beats of Nigerian musics.
Hosted by four Nigerian women, Not Your African Cliché is a podcast that highlights the complex stories of Africans on the continent and in the diaspora. Drawing from their experiences at home and abroad, the ladies of NYAC have conversations every other week that range from African literature and travel, to politics and activism. With healthy servings of laughter, snark and critical analysis, NYAC Podcast challenges myths and assumptions about the African continent and its people.
The early morning highlights from Abongile Nzelenzele
A cowboy on the run to keep his soul. A vampire running a Nigerian investor scam. A wolf racing to the mountaintop, before a dragon can catch and kill him. A human protecting one of the aliens he fought in war, from an old army buddy. Meet these and other characters in Serving Worlds, the genre-blending podcast fiction collection from John Mierau. Weekly episodes are 20 minutes or less but Beware: there be cliffhangers here!
An avenue for a free Nigeria!
Where African books and films collide
Each episode delves into the inner workings of one aspect of Nigerian life, and tries to explain why the seemingly most straightforward things don't work the way they should, or do in other countries. HNW(BD) aims to bust the myth that Nigeria's problems are unique, by showing the universal principles at work.
Nnete is funny, opinionated and tougher than Nigerian Hair. Ovulgated is a combination of ovulation and obligation. Ov·ul·gat·ed /?vy?l ??t- ed/ Adj. A woman who regularly releases her perspective as a duty; committed to speaking her mind. Ovulgated is recorded in Los Angeles at The World Famous Comedy Store.
Where Girl Radio Lives!
A Couple of friends who think they are funny try to entertain people. We talk about all sorts of topics from awkward tinder dates to how old Quinns sister is.
TiT is Nigerian ... TiT lives in America ... TiT likes culture ... TiT likes to be real ... So let's be real and talk about Ethnicity, Culture, & alil bit of everything. :D
Journey through the life of Aiyo James, a young woman in her 20's, as she lives out her life as an American raised Nigerian. Follow her through the ups, and downs of life and listen to how she manages to balance the western world with an African Mentailtiy.
The church of God is home to the homeless, love to those who are deprived, hope to the hopeless, shoulder to those in need, solution to the problem of the people, healing to the broken hearted, and the repairer of bridges to the people. We love and welcome all to the house of God.
BBC World Football leading the conversation on the global game.
This is the first official podcastof the Off The Top podcast with me your soon to be usual host JP, i hosted the first episode with my brother Oma-P (Owumi), hilariously this episode was where i got the name of the podcast. we talked accidents in the Nigerian entertainment industry, this episode is kind of short but its an introductory episode and newer episodes will be funnier, longer and will contain celebrity guest appearances.
From the continent: Nigerian artist changes lives Guest: Sokhu Sibiya, Editor - Africa.comBy Early Breakfast with Abongile Nzelenzele
At least 20 people died and many others were wounded as they rushed for relief suppliesBy BBC World Service
So in this episode, I featured a lovely guest and we talked about the major kinds of pressure we face on a day to day as youths. For me, emotional and personal pressure was on top on my list. What is yours? Listen, share and feel free to send me a message @harryjaxx on Instagram or email me at email@example.com…
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Justin Fox says a misguided new travel ban from the White House will hit one of the best-educated and successful groups in the country. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.By Bloomberg News
Happy Black History Month Africalypso family!! On this week's episode we discuss way Nigerians lack empathy. Don't forget to follow us on our socials @AfricalypsoPod and let us know other ways you believe Nigerians lack empathy.Also, we said "Babangida" at some point in the episode but actually meant "Abacha"…
The Iowa caucuses are Monday night, and recent polls suggest young voters could swing the outcome. They propelled Bernie Sanders to a virtual tie with Hillary Clinton in Iowa in 2016. What role will the youth vote play in 2020? Also, the president of the Nigerian American Multicultural Council responds to the recent expansion of the Trump administr…
Nigerian business responds to the threat of a US travel ban. Meanwhile, the Japanese legal system is under scrutiny after an accused automotive boss called its system of prosecution 'unfair'. And Susan Schmidt from Aviva Investors in the US gives us the day's stock market movers and losers.By BBC World Service
Chinese buyers and designers were missing from this year's London Fashion Week, as coronavirus (COVID-19) halts travel plans. Mining giant AngloAmerican has a financially successful 2019 - we speak to its CEO Mark Cutifani about the challenges of being the world's largest producer of platinum. Plus, we hear the latest on the stock markets with Cary…
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Tara Lachapelle explains why some U.S. states are resisting the anything-goes world of megamergers under President Trump. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.By Bloomberg News
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg took the debate stage for the first time in the 2020 Democratic campaign. The debate in Las Vegas comes ahead of Saturday's Nevada caucuses. Host Peter O'Dowd went to a debate watch party with a group of Las Vegas Democrats. Also, Tyler and Rachel Torres were on their honeymoon on the Diamond Princess wh…
Actors Lesley Manville and Liam Neeson join us to talk about their new film "Ordinary Love," which explores a couple's relationship when the wife is diagnosed with breast cancer. Also, the Australian government is working alongside scientists to help wildlife recover from habitat loss after massive bushfires burned tens of millions of acres of land…
President Salva Kiir and Riek Machar have agreed to form a unity government.By BBC World Service
Colombia goalkeeper David Ospina recalls the moment he collapsed on the pitch with concussion. LAFC's Mohamed El-Monir describes his journey from war-torn Libya to California. And the former Socceroos goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer tells us how he's helping to raise funds after the Australian bushfires.(Picture: David Ospina of Colombia saves a penalty …
We were live on @InspirationFM with Head of Strategic Communications, Kemi Ogunleye and Nnenna Jacob-Ogogo, the Head of Alpher talking about Union Bank’s newest proposition Alpher - an initiative for the Nigerian woman.By Union Bank
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Justin Fox says the president’s industrial policy mainly amounts to picking losers – which isn’t a recipe for success for the steel industry or anyone else. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.By Bloomberg News
The recent wildfires on Kangaroo Island, just south of mainland Australia, killed 30 people and destroyed an area the size of Cuba. The BBC's Vivienne Nunis has been looking at the economic impact of the disaster, as the island starts to recover. After two weeks of closure to limit the spread of the coronavirus, Macau's casinos have reopened. The C…
I know it’s February but it’s never too late to say Happy New Year! In this episode, we talk about why we’ve been away for so long and share what we’ve been up to – growing pains, Afronation, and of course DRAMA! Dating Internationally, gender roles in relationships, and so much more. Get ready it’s about to be a wicked season! FOLLOW US ! Nemeze: …
Guest: Sokhu Sibiya, Editor - Africa.comBy Early Breakfast with Abongile Nzelenzele
Vegan Cuisine Month was started by the American Vegan Society to help bring awareness to how easy it can be to switch from meat-eating to plant-eating. The American Vegan Society was started by President Freya Dinshah, who wrote The Vegan Kitchen (1965), the first cookbook in the U.S. to explain veganism and give vegan recipes to the United States.…
Africa News Update: Guest: Jean-Jacques Cornish, Africa CorrespondentBy Early Breakfast with Abongile Nzelenzele
The Good Doctor: What is pre-diabetes? This means the person is at risk of developing sugar diabetes. Normal Blood fasting blood glucose levels are between 4-7 mmol/l. Fasting blood sugars of < 5.6 mmol/l – normal and rules out diabetes. 6 – 6.9 mmol/L – are people with impaired fasting glucose, THESE ARE THE SO CALLED PRE-DIABETICS, which means th…
US presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg's campaign spending raises eyebrows, but the markets are waiting for the reaction to his first debate as a Democratic representative, explains Susan Schmidt of Aviva in the US.By BBC World Service
Alison Brie co-wrote and stars in the new Netflix film "Horse Girl." We talk with Brie about the film, which centers around a young woman who experiences a series of disturbing incidents that lead her to believe she's being abducted. Also, 25-year-old Giannis Antetokounmpo has taken the NBA by storm. The forward has one particularly dedicated fanba…
A major study said climate change and harmful food and drink ads were risk factorsBy BBC World Service
Last year, Eric Trump defended his father’s frequent visits to properties owned by the family business, saying that Trump hotels charge far less than others would. “If they were to go to a hotel across the street, they’d be charging them $500 a night, whereas, you know we charge them, like 50 bucks,” Eric Trump told Yahoo Finance. But recent report…
With over 75,000 people infected with coronavirus COVID-19 worldwide and more than 2000 deaths, how close are we to developing a vaccine? And why aren't some of the world's biggest pharmaceutical companies rushing to help find one? We hear from Thomas Breuer, chief scientific officer for pharma giant GlaxoSmithKline. And the BBC's Stephen Ryan has …
Don't forget to follow us @AfricalypsoPodBy The Africalypso Podcast
From the Continent: Somalis bootstrapping their way out of the crisis Guest: Editor - Africa.comBy Early Breakfast with Abongile Nzelenzele
Political leadership in South Africa: Is this the best we can do? Politics has evolved over the years since South Africa's first democratic election but after 26 years of democracy, what changed? The country has three major political parties. The ANC, DA and the EFF with leaders like Cyril Ramaphosa, John Steenhuizen, and Julius Malema but are thes…
The Africa Report: China adamant coronavirus will not come to Africa Guest: Jean-Jacques Cornish, Africa CorrespondentBy Early Breakfast with Abongile Nzelenzele
Helping the community through empowerment Mdzananda Animal Clinic in Khayelitsha is the non-profit, veterinary council registered animal hospital that serves up to 1000 pets per month. The clinic also finds homes for stray or abandoned pets, assists with abuse and neglect interventions and performs outreach programs. The clinic puts a strong focus …
The US stock markets are doing well despite coronavirus-led disruptions to some industry supply chains, as Brian Dorst of Themis Trading in New Jersey explains.By BBC World Service
Hosted by June Grasso. Guests:Brooke Sutherland, Bloomberg Opinion industrial columnist: "Mnuchin Picks Boeing as an Economic Scapegoat."Frank Wilkinson, Bloomberg Opinion editor: "One Republican Still Knows Right from Wrong."Faye Flam, Bloomberg Opinion columnist: "U.S. Health Care System Leads to More Maternal Deaths."Brian Chappatta, Bloomberg O…
The Boy Scouts of America filed for bankruptcy Tuesday amid several expensive sex-abuse lawsuits. We talk with lawyer Michael Pfau, whose firm represents nearly 300 people who report being abused as Scouts. Also, a new NPR/PBS Newshour/Marist poll shows Bernie Sanders leading by double digits nationally, with Michael Bloomberg polling second.…
Michael Bloomberg has qualified to join Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren in Wednesday night's Democratic debate in Nevada. Democratic strategist Maria Cardona discusses what to expect from the candidates. And, Colorado Colorado State University Pueblo will soon offer a cannabis-focused bachelor's degree.…
Both are under pressure to meet February 22 deadline to introduce power-sharing dealBy BBC World Service
Panama, the Seychelles, the Cayman Islands and Palau have just been labelled as tax havens by the European Union. We look at what these places are accused of doing and ask if the fight against financial secrecy is being won, or lost. How much data does Amazon have on you? If you use their website and have one of their smart speakers at home then th…
Gen Z Consumers Start to Shape South African Credit Market as They Become Increasingly Credit Active Guest: Carmen Williams, Research and consulting director at TransUnion South AfricaBy Early Breakfast with Abongile Nzelenzele
The Africa Report: Springboks are the Laureus sports team of the year. Another African misses out. Mike Pompeo, the US Secretary of State, is ending his mixed messages safari. Cameroon student in China didn’t want to bring coronavirus to Africa Guest: Jean-Jacques Cornish, Africa CorrespondentBy Early Breakfast with Abongile Nzelenzele
How is government tackling cybersecurity in 2020 and beyond Artificial Intelligence (AI) and automation have become critical to security. The sheer volume of attempted attacks means that it is impossible for human analysts to examine them all to identify real and serious threats. But what is this Crime Detection University, and what technology and …
Fears of a recession grow after GDP fell by 1.6% in the final quarter of 2019, with the impact of the coronavirus still to come. We speak to Devin Stewart, senior fellow at the US-based Eurasia Group Foundation.By BBC World Service
Many interns are still not paid in the U.S., and students often struggle trying to balance the opportunity while also going to class, paying off student loans and working part-time jobs. We talk to Carlos Mark Vera, who is working to change experiences for interns. Also, the California attorney general is looking into an allegation that the LAPD mi…
Banking union members are worried about Tuesday's earnings announcement from HSBC, where 10,000 more posts are threatened on top of existing redundancies. Under strong pressure from their investors, banks in Europe are struggling to catch up with more profitable competitors in Asia. So we ask, what is the future for traditional banking? Two weeks o…
From the continent: A first time Mom's saving grace Guest: Sokhu Sibiya, Editor - Africa.comBy Early Breakfast with Abongile Nzelenzele
“It seems like there is more talk about FW De Klerk than the SONA” - Prof. Andre Duvenhage Guest: Prof. Andre Duvenhage, North West University A talk about FW De KlerkBy Early Breakfast with Abongile Nzelenzele
In 1971, the New York Times published leaked versions of what became known as the Pentagon Papers. The papers were part of a 7,000 page report commissioned by Defense Sec. Robert McNamara that looked at the history of the American involvement in Vietnam. Later that year, political theorist Hannah Arendt published an essay in the New York Review of …
A court grants a temporary injunction against the carmaker's 'Gigafactory' near Berlin. What does this mean for Tesla's growth in Europe? We speak to Tim Higgins, auto and tech reporter at the Wall Street Journal who is writing a book about the company.Brexit is threatening hundreds of jobs in the UK's financial services sector. But two Japanese ba…
One thing that's clear to me at this point is that even though my guests in each episode so far have lived through a similar era with similar patterns, the story is quite different from person to person and I never know what to expect. Although Mr Taiwo wasn't a stranger to me, there was still so much I didn't know about his life experiences. Some …
Listen to the discussion with Independent National Electoral Commission, Director Voter Education, Oluwole Osaze Uzzi and 2 Former Presidential Candidates, Tope Fasua (2019 Nigeria Presidential candidate for Abundant Nigeria Renewal Party ANRP) and Prof Remi Sonaiya (KOWA Party) on Deregistration of 74 Political Parties in Nigeria. --- Send in a vo…
Travel chaos at Nigeria's busiest airport - Lagos - as some incoming international flights are diverted to other airports, leaving many passengers stranded. Plus Kenyans are urged to show love on Valentine's Day by turning up to donate blood.And 'Dear Harry...' Resident President Olushambles writes to Prince Harry and Meghan, who have given up roya…