Best nigerian podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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At 19, eLDee started a band that revolutionized modern African music, initiated the largest physical distribution network for media in West Africa, Jump started the careers of many successful artists. A leader and social influencer, eLDee is also a technology innovator and investor in multiple technology startups. This podcast is eLDee's platform for telling personal stories that share rare insights into the life of the modern African. eLDee tells truly captivating stories about growing up i ...
Nigerian Boy
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.
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 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.
Translation of the Meaning of the Quran in Nigerian
Professional fashion, celebrity and wedding photographer specializing in Nigerian weddings
Professional DJ and Music entertainment. Serving Washington, D.C., Virginia, Maryland, and beyond!
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Where African books and films collide
Dj Mixmaster Brown
Simply The Best Nigerian Dj
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.
Join AceKYD and Silm on their adventure into the Nigerian Tech Scene. We are going to be talking about things we know and don't know... bringing to you, new products, services, communities and technologies...
Nigeria Untold is a show about Nigeria. It highlights the beauty, strength and greatness of Nigeria and Nigerians from all over the world. this podcast showcases the Nigeria the world media never shows you. #RebrandingNigeria
Arsenal FC Podcast aimed at Nigerian fans worldwide!!! Team news, previews, fanalyses and more!
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.
We are a Ministry committed to teaching the practical application of biblical principles on daily basis. We present Christianity as a way of life and how it connects to the way every individual is expected to behave in the society.
VOC is a radio broadcast dedicated to unleashing the transformational leader in you. VOC teaches us to ask the right questions from those who offer themselves to lead us and discern between the legitimate leaders and the impostors who seek to serve none but themselves. We seek to birth a national renaissance through the new breed of Nigerian Leaders.
The GIST is our review of Nigerian and indeed African films, as well as films set in Africa or films with an African story. We peer behind the Nollywood veil and give our honest opinion to showcase the best films.
In-depth analysis of basketball, updates, pre-season, post-season and everything else in-between!
We Just Got you.Three Nigerian girls share their stories about the joys (and many sorrows) of returning to Nigeria. We talk about the ups and downs of being back, how we're coping (or not) and the ridiculous things we find ourselves getting up to.
Cousins in America
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.
A podcast narrated by Tochi and Isioma ~ two Nigerian girls living in NYC
a podcast run by four nigerian warlords
I chat with Nigerian leaders, creative and entrepreneurs about what inspires their business, projects and hot products in NigeriaI'll like to talk about what you're doing. Aka Spirit of Enterprise Podcast. Email at
Folake Umosen
Minister Afolakemi Ibirinsola Umosen, known professionally as Folake Umosen is a Nigerian gospel music singer, songwriter and recording artiste whose career spans two decades.
Hi! I am Judith Etuokwu, a Cost and Money Coach. I teach Nigerian Small Business Owners how cost, price and manage money in their businesses.
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 1st Nigerian comedy radio station that brings you authentic Nigerian Comedy and horror shows & Stories.Listen in to the shows''Sarcasm saturdays'' and ''Horror with losgiddy''you will enjoy them and find them very different from anything you have heard before
AmpedThePodcast is a Nigerian podcast brought to you by Its a conversation that has it roots at the heart of community and culture. Join the contributors for fun and pointed conversations with great guests.
Nigerian politicians should listen HERE to learn how to make Nigeria a consolidated democracy!
Nigerian-American compatriots, Tune Day (@theycallmeTUNE) & Bawo (@JustBawo) come together weekly with special guests to discuss music, culture, coded tinz & all things #trending in the diaspora with hilarious and fanimorous results.If you've ever wondered how young African's across the diaspora are making their impacts on African and American culture at large, this is the show for you. From West Africa to your ears, receive your serving of audio tantalization by tuning into the No Wahala po ...
The most interesting stories are often the hardest to tell. In our new audiovisual podcast, WeTransfer's head of photography Lucy Pike speaks to four photographers about projects which took them into new worlds, from Nigerian gangsters to high school dramas.
OhMan Podcast
A couple of Nigerian Irish lads sharing their thoughts on topics relating to past, present and future experiences.
Pastor Taiwo Odukoya is the senior pastor of The Fountain of Life Church, Lagos, Nigeria – a church with a membership in excess of 8,000. He holds a degree in petroleum engineering and worked for 12 years with the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) until his voluntary retirement in 1994 to concentrate on the ministry God has committed to him.Among his initiatives are: Discovery for Men, Discovery for Women, The Woman Leader, Home Affairs and Grace Springs Medical Centre. An accomp ...
Yem Ego
Yem Ego is a podcast dedicated to navigating career issues in the workplace, within the Nigerian end market.
Beware of Wolves
With the weight of the world bearing down on their shoulders, two inner city youths, commissioned by the government, wage war against a faction of sadistic sexual predators native to Bangkok. As they embark on a tumultuous journey of redemption and self-righteous vengeance, Chuck and Dougie D. utilize ancient weaponized genetic solar energy blasts to subdue their enemies, while simultaneously searching for the rare, highly elusive Nigerian Albino Chupacabra. Knowing that every minute is a de ...
I interview Nigerians on separation, restructuring and the current system. I also do solo podcasts on the same topics.
A wise man thinks himself to be a fool but a fool thinks himself to be wise... just two lost Nigerians figuring it out in the UK
Dive deep into the heart and minds of Nigerians as we go around Nigeria, discussing with people and bringing you insights on how people are innovating and producing the next generation of visionaries, leaders, and business people.A country of 150 million and growing, how do people here cope with the stress of a connected world and the challenges of a developing nation.What makes Nigeria tick.?Come along with us on a sweaty, noisy but fulfilling journey of discovery.
Who Told You
The musings of two black and afrocentric individuals. Yin & Yang, peanut butter & jelly, Groundnut & Garri? They go together! An African-American(Nigerian) and an African(Nigerian) in America, as they give opinions to crack social constructs one syllable at a time while being hilariously entertaining.....lool but seriously.
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Like giveaways?Have topic ideas? Tell us at Dr. Lazarus sits down with Dr. Elaine and Dr. Eunice Odiase, they are twins and board-certified Pediatricians, to talk about their medical career journeys, passions in global health, and their 7 years of international faith mission work in Peru. We learn about Elaine's Gastroe ...…
Join hosts Smiley and Ari for a recap of events with reviews of The Quiet Place, Set It Off: Chicago, Kevin Hart’s Irresponsible tour; Starbucks protest; Ari’s Black Bank story; Nigerian singer Alizee’s murder, Khloe and Tristan’s “True” story; K. Michelle booty complications; Beychella; and Nicki Minaj’s latest releases. All of this and everyt ...…
Explained Slangs that Nigerians use on social media
My first guest is the inimitable LOLA! We talk about her background as a Nigerian-American, growing up in the Midwest, hair stories, and why this pod should be sponsored by Talkspace.
This week, do individuals make the collective better? Do we have a responsibility to use whatever talents or gifts we may have (artistic or otherwise), or is it okay to simply walk away and do something else? Also, a recurring question from a listener around overcoming self-doubt, who asks, “does it ever go away?” Spoiler: no, but it’s often an ...…
This week, do individuals make the collective better? Do we have a responsibility to use whatever talents or gifts we may have (artistic or otherwise), or is it okay to simply walk away and do something else? Also, a recurring question from a listener around overcoming self-doubt, who asks, “does it ever go away?” Spoiler: no, but it’s often an ...…
This week, do individuals make the collective better? Do we have a responsibility to use whatever talents or gifts we may have (artistic or otherwise), or is it okay to simply walk away and do something else? Also, a recurring question from a listener around overcoming self-doubt, who asks, “does it ever go away?” Spoiler: no, but it’s often an ...…
This week: Russian Diplomats are expelled from 20 countries, Kim Jong Un made a surprise visit to Beijing, and why the media is saying the world is getting ready for the New Cold War? Hi, I am Fabio and you are listening to “The F Word”. The biggest collective expulsion of diplomats in History. Is it legal? If you saw the news this week, you kn ...…
On this session I sit with a very talented up & coming artist by the name of Sab $tory. Sab takes us on his journey beginning from his up bringing in a Nigerian family where education was always instilled on him to getting his debut single "VYBE" on the radio. Through his learning experiences, Sab details some of the education he's obtained on ...…
0:15 Intro 1:44 Hypocrisy around UConn women's basketball 8:17 Whitewashing of Giannis Antetokounmpo's Nigerian heritage 21:20 Sister Jean fatigue 29:46 New Pitt head coach ! 31:38 Matt's Utah Jazz update 34:05 Dexter's New York Knicks update & NBA talk 36:37 Opening Day excitement 41:40 Cardi B's forthcoming album, do we care? 47:10 Fans trash ...…
My conversation with Yetunde Odugbesan-Omede, Ph.D., is the last in my Women at Work profile series for Women’s History Month. A versatile woman, her EQ competence shines through clearly in our discussion. Self awareness and social awareness in multicultural contexts are two of the subjects we touched upon. We also talked about her Young Woman' ...…
In this Episode, Joel and Anthony talks about Nigeria Super Eagle football team International Friendlies, and huge of football fan Nigerian are. We also talked about Brymo coming out of the closet in his New Music video and Nigerian reaction on twitter. We also talk about how some African especially Nigerian often lied about their nationality a ...…
Meet Tamar, creator of NOTABRAND, or NAB - a clothing (not) brand. He had always been into fashion, doing his own thing, being different. It was an “unfollow the masses” sort of mentality. He wanted a clothing line, but never really knew a way to start. Tamar is from Nigeria, and more so than in Texas ((Palacose)), or even my little city of Mad ...…
CLR 1863. An American-born daughter of Nigerian immigrant parents relates her tapestry-enriching American experience as she applies for medical school.
Kora Network is a infrastructure for inclusive, community-owned financial systems. Kora’s goal is to help bank the unbanked and has launched a beta test on Nigerian farmers. Dickson is a blockchain researcher, & is an Advisor to a number of blockchain projects. He is a Lecturer at INSEEC Business School ……
Funmilola is a Nigerian American scholar, activist, playwright and artist. She is the Arts and Culture director for the BLM Los Angeles chapter. The post How to Find Discipline and Develop Your Vision with Funmilola Fagbamila – 023 appeared first on The Think Alpha Project.
Episode 003 of Young African Entrepreneur features Patrick Muhire, founder and CEO of Vugapay. You can connect with him @patrickmuhi on Twitter. Born and raised in Rwanda, Patrick is a self-taught coder. In 2015, he created VugaPay, a mobile money platform, after two days of frenzied code writing with his business partner and brother. In three ...…
Sam & Bev geek out more about beer, Sam gets a pig and hilarity ensues, Bev gets her goats and still can't believe it, discuss when boy goats go through puberty, and they chat a bit more about incubating and hatching chickens. Show Notes: Why beer tastes better out of a keg Ladies that love beer, find your local chapter of GPO Manna Pro Licoric ...…
Facebook's founder, Mark Zuckerberg, admits the giant social network's made mistakes over the Cambridge Analytica data breach scandal and promises changes. How far is the European Union about to change the game? Also in the programme: What deal did the Nigerian authorities strike with Boko Haram to secure the release of abducted schoolgirls? An ...…
An academic who created an app which harvested data from 50 million users says he has been made "a scapegoat" for Facebook and Cambridge Analytica.Also in the programme: People in the north-eastern Nigerian town of Dapchi are celebrating the return of most of the school girls kidnapped by Boko Haram militants last month; and we hear from a Pale ...…
On this episode of NGOPodcast’s Opportunity Update, the host, ‘Seyifunmi Adebote shares three of the many opportunities on the desk: The first is the African Leadership University (ALU) Mandela Centennial Scholars Program for Outstanding Young Africans 2018. The objective of the Mandela Centennial Scholars Programme is to honor President Mandel ...…
Guest host Denis O’Hare introduces two stories about outsiders. A tutor finds her privileged teenage client mystifying in Kyle McCarthy’s “Ancient Rome,” read by Tavi Gevinson. In Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s “The Thing Around Your Neck,” a young Nigerian woman comes to America for the first time, and it’s not what she imagined. The story is read ...…
So I missed the opening keynote at WordCamp Lagos 2018 but got the opportunity to speak with the Keynote Speaker, Mr Ade Olufeko about WordPress and his advise for Nigerian freelancers. Ade Olufeko is a technologist, designer and entrepreneur. His research and curatorial work focus on the narratives of creatives who bring awareness to regional ...…
Grassroots Politics in Nigeria: Why Young Nigerians Must Be Involved
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I met 12-year-old web developer, Obaloluwa, at WordCamp Lagos 2018. He learnt how to code from the internet at 11, he has built quite a number of websites and also the founder of King O Designs ( Don't forget to subscribe to my channel so you won't miss any updates Connect with me on Facebook: ...…
FREE BOOK ►►► I saw a comment on one of Dave Ramsey Show where a guy quoted him to be advising folks to make sure they have $100,000 in disposable cash in order to get into flipping houses and to be ready to lose all of it. This is not true. It's another half truth half lie. A lot of regular people who have becom ...…
Very excited cuz I'm blackkkkk yall!! lol Cydney did her ancestry and let's just say a whole new world is open to us.. and that world is in Africa !! Where my Nigerians at??? The way the ancestry is set up.. those west African countries were leading in the slave trade.. catch that tea. Soo would u rather have a way too big dick or a way too tee ...…
Ade & Kayode review E70 - WHEN LOVE COMES AROUNDCheck out more movie reviews - an early heartbreak, Love grows up not believing in true... The GIST is our review of Nigerian and indeed African films, as well as films set in Africa or films with an African story. We peer behind the Nollywood v ...…
Speaker(s): Dr Joseph Slaughter | Modern Euro-American law operates by fashioning legal persons as creatures endowed with rights and responsibilities. This figurative process of personification is a means of emancipation. Indeed, the fourteenth amendment to the U.S. Constitution laid the legal groundwork not only for recognition of the full leg ...…
Through Parched Lips: Jo Saxton Special guest speaker, Jo Saxton, continues our series Through Parched Lips with a message on Jesus's statement on the cross "I Am Thirsty". Jo is a popular author, dynamic speaker, and anointed leader! She seeks to challenge societal stereotypes and helps people discover who they truly are, by seeing themselves ...…
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to Title: The Thing Around Your NeckAuthor: Chimamanda Ngozi AdichieNarrator: Adjoa AndohFormat: UnabridgedLength: 6 hrs and 52 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 08-12-09Publisher: Whole Story AudiobooksRatings: 4.5 of 5 out of 6 votesGenres: Fiction, Contempora ...…
Speaker(s): Dharshini David | The dollar is the lifeblood of globalisation: China holds billions in reserve for good reason. Greenbacks, singles, bucks or dead presidents, call them what you will, $1.2 trillion worth are floating around right now – and half the dollars in circulation are actually outside of the USA. But what is really happening ...…
This week's episode features Tosin "OloriSuperGal" Ajibade, a Nigerian social and digital media guru. She talks about getting her start before the industry even existed and shares her secrets to business success.
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