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We Are Back! Season 2! November News Update : It is all about Uncle Bob Mugabe.

11/19/2017
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And we are Back!! It's Season 2!! (Insert dance music) We have missed you. It has been popping on the continent so we decided to start off with a News update to get you up to date with the news from the past month. Ify and Kansola join my dream team to deliver this news update and i am sure you guys will enjoy. Come interact with us on twitter @p0dsaveAfrica and as always hit us up with updates, corrections, insights and literally anything at podsaveafrica@gmail.com Intro Track : Majek...

Duration: 01:03:03


Season One Recap : What Are You Most Optimistic About?

10/8/2017
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Welcome dearest Listener! We

Duration: 00:17:01


Episode 25 - Electricity - The Sacrifices We Made At The Alter Of Light

10/1/2017
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Hello! Have you ever wondered why you slept so many nights without the breeze from a fan or air conditioner keeping you cool? Have you ever wondered why you use so many candles and lanterns? Well welcome to Episode 25 where I, and the brilliant combination Soonen Ahua and Ebuka Arinze discuss Electricity, Energy and the multi-faceted ecosystem that makes it such a major issue. Show us some love @p0dsaveafrica on twitter and don't forget to leave that rating on iTunes! (Intro and Outro...

Duration: 01:06:16


Episode 24 - September Monthly News Update - "My Friends Go To Your Countries To Get Rich"

9/24/2017
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Welcome to Episode 24! First of all, shoutout to you! yes you! Thank you for listening and caring. We at PSA love you or as the kids say; we "heart" you. Follow us @p0dSaveAfrica on twitter. It is time for your Monthly news update! Much to address, the 45th president of the united states comments to African leaders, Free education in Ghana and flooding in many parts of the continent. Please don't forget to share, like and subscribe! Also feel free to share your thoughts, questions or...

Duration: 00:16:39


Episode 23 - Our Love For It Brought Us Together

9/17/2017
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First things first! Follow us @p0dSaveAfrica on twitter. Welcome to Episode 23! (Jordan Episode) In honor of this sports related episode number. We shall be talking about sports, not basketball because its bourgeois. (You'll get it when you listen) We talk about the most popular sport on the continent. Football! otherwise known as soccer in the barbarian nations. Woke, Kolade and Damilola join me to discuss memories and relevance in our societies. I hope you enjoy! Please don't forget to...

Duration: 00:42:58


Episode 22 - Dictatorial Benevolence?

9/10/2017
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Welcome to Episode 22 Rwanda has been the focus of a lot of attention recently. The extension of President Kagame's time as leader of the nation has drawn a lot of criticism and support. Today, Audace Nakeshimana gives us a lesser solicited perspective. That of an actual Rwandan. I hope you enjoy! Please don't forget to share, like and subscribe! Also feel free to share your thoughts, questions or interest in being on the podcast with me (Akinade Aderele) at podsaveafrica@gmail.com (Intro...

Duration: 00:23:44


Episode 21 - "They Drive Us, They Serve Us, They Clean Our Things"

9/3/2017
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Welcome back! Whoop! It is episode 21! I continue my conversation with the incredible Professor Vaughan. As a recap, Olufemi Vaughan is the Alfred Sargent Lee & Mary Ames Lee Professor of African Studies at Amherst College. We discuss some of the origins our relationship to faith, colonialism and its various portrayals and most importantly the many truths of our thriving continent. For information on supporting the recovery efforts in Sierra Leone : www.street-child.co.uk...

Duration: 00:51:35


Episode 20 - Our Very Own Truths

8/27/2017
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It's my pleasure to announce that the podcast has officially reached 10,000 Listens! Thank you for your support and continue to listen and share! Whoop! It is episode 20! I have an incredibly accomplished and esteemed guest on the podcast today. Olufemi Vaughan is the Alfred Sargent Lee & Mary Ames Lee Professor of African Studies at Amherst College. We discuss some of the origins our relationship to faith, colonialism and its various portrayals and most importantly the many truths of our...

Duration: 00:48:09


Episode 19 - Politically Inclined!

8/20/2017
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Welcome to Episode 19! Timi Akindele and I discuss politics candidly. He is one of the most politically inclined people I know and he shares his journey thus far and some of his ideas for how we can all get engaged. I hope you enjoy! Please don't forget to share, like and subscribe! Also feel free to share your thoughts, questions or interest in being on the podcast with me (Akinade Aderele) at podsaveafrica@gmail.com (Intro and Outro track : Majek Fashek - African Unity)

Duration: 00:54:00


Episode 18 - What's The Worst Thing To Ever Happen To You?

8/13/2017
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Welcome to Episode 18! At age 4 Habibo was alone herding livestock far away from her family for six months. In her teens she was a refugee from the war in Somalia. She learn't english at age 22. She shares with us her experiences and how they have influenced her life so far and her outlook on resilience I hope you enjoy! Please don't forget to share, like and subscribe! Also feel free to share your thoughts, questions or interest in being on the podcast with me (Akinade Aderele) at...

Duration: 01:03:19


Episode 17 - The Will Of The People : Kenya's Election

8/6/2017
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Welcome to Episode 17! Kenya is having its presidential election on Tuesday the 8th of August. A former prime minister runs against an Incumbent president. Kenyan Lawyers, Alex Mwakichako and Alex Kadiba , take opposing sides on a debate to discuss which of these candidates is the person to lead the Kenyan people into the Future. We debate political will, social issues, domestic policy and so much more on this Episode. I think you will enjoy it. I hope you enjoy! Please don't forget to...

Duration: 01:17:50


Episode 16 - A President Cannot Save Us

7/30/2017
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Welcome to Episode 16! First of all, I encourage you to rate the podcast on iTunes if you like it, it helps more people find the podcast! Nigeria's president has been missing for about 70 days. Ayobami Adekojo talks to us about the state of the current presidency in Nigeria and shares his thoughts on a better way to run the country. We discuss history, politics, change and reasons to be hopeful for the future. I hope you enjoy! Please don't forget to share, like and subscribe! Also feel...

Duration: 00:38:11


Episode 15 - Don't Let Things Happen To You. Get Up And Make Them Happen

7/23/2017
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Welcome to Episode 15! This time, we have a life coach and motivational speaker Wisdom Primus sharing his thoughts and his experience on finding purpose, evolving as a person and how we carry our purpose to a continent that needs it. He also tells us about how he went from teaching the english language to helping others understand the language of Life. Check out Wisdom at wisdomprimus.com I hope you enjoy! Please don't forget to share, like and subscribe! Also feel free to share your...

Duration: 01:03:28


Episode 14 : Monthly News Update - China's Military Base In Africa

7/16/2017
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Hello! I hope you like our new Logo. Welcome back to Pod Save Africa. This episode, I will be updating you on the news on the African Continent. The goal is to bring us closer by having a better understanding of the many issues that are affecting us in our various countries on the Continent. We plan to make this a monthly series so we always stay up to date. Please give me your feedback on how we can make this format even better. Please drop a review on iTunes, It helps more people find...

Duration: 00:27:47


Episode 13 - We Are Selling Our Future In Exchange For Foreign Aid.

7/9/2017
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Welcome to Episode 13! First of all, I encourage you to rate the podcast on iTunes if you like it, it helps more people find the podcast! Eric Nganyanga discusses Foreign aid with us. It is a big part of our international identity as a continent and today Eric tells us about its role in stunting the growth of the nations in our continent. We then turn to solutions to discuss a better means for supporting ourselves and using support we get from outside the continent. As stated in the...

Duration: 00:39:48


Episode 12 - The Young African Woman On Marriage Part 2

7/2/2017
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Welcome to Episode 12! Thanks for coming. Today, we continue our discussion on marriage. Oyinkan, Kachi, Kelechi, Ene and Ayo give their views and perspectives on Marriage to the Young African Woman. As an additional note, Kelechi also runs a pod cast called "The Class Prefects" where they discuss pop culture and current events. Check it out. I hope you enjoy! Please don't forget to share, like and subscribe! Also feel free to share your thoughts, questions or interest in being on the...

Duration: 00:35:40


Episode 11 - Anybody can get married (The Young African Woman On Marriage Part 1)

6/25/2017
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Welcome to Episode 11! This episode, we discuss another set of perspectives on the topic of marriage. Oyinkan, Kachi, Kelechi, Ene and Ayo give their views and perspectives on Marriage to the Young African Woman. We discuss readiness, societal influences and the ideals that influence their perspectives. I hope you enjoy! Please don't forget to share, like and subscribe! Also feel free to share your thoughts, questions or interest in being on the podcast with me (Akinade Aderele) at...

Duration: 00:37:00


Episode 10 - Why do you want to get Married? (The Young African Man on marriage - Part 2)

6/18/2017
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Welcome to Episode 10! On this episode, we continue our round table conversation about marriage. James Mwakichako, Irewole Akande and Damilola Obashoro join me to discuss marriage from the millennial African Man's perspective. We talk about cultural issues, timing and the level readiness to be life partners. I hope you enjoy! Please don't forget to share, like and subscribe! Also feel free to share your thoughts, questions or interest in being on the podcast with me (Akinade Aderele) at...

Duration: 00:42:04


Episode 8 - What Do You Know About Gabon?

6/4/2017
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Welcome to Episode 8! On this listen, Naila Opiangah tells us about her home country, Gabon. We discuss its history, the present state of affairs and a future powered by education. I hope you enjoy! Please don't forget to share, like and subscribe! Also feel free to share your thoughts, questions or interest in being on the podcast with me (Akinade Aderele) at podsaveafrica@gmail.com (Intro and Outro track : Majek Fashek - African Unity)

Duration: 00:26:27


Episode 7 - Poverty: Prioritizing Our Problems

5/28/2017
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Welcome to Episode 7! Emmanuel Klu talks to us about a different way to look at poverty. We discuss foreign aid and its role in the seemingly incessant cycle of poverty. We also discuss how creating a self supporting and self sufficient continent would help alleviate many of our problems. I hope you enjoy! Please don't forget to share, like and subscribe! Also feel free to share your thoughts, questions or interest in being on the podcast with me (Akinade Aderele) at...

Duration: 00:39:54

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