Saharareporters TV continues its weekly broadcast.

Headliners this week, August 20, 2011 include Journalist Darcus Howe, The Honorable Patrick Obahiagbon and newly emerged African talent – The FOKN Boys.

Sahara Reporters will go LIVE to London, via Skype and talk with Darcus Howe, the legendary journalist, broadcaster and vocal critic of the recent uprisings in the UK. Tune in to find out why YOU should be concerned about in the current unrest sweeping certain parts of London.

Following that, Nigerian Senator Babafemi Ojudu will Skype in LIVE from Nigeria to discuss the current privatization scandal brewing in Nigeria.

And Speaking of Senators – due to popular demand - the Honarable Patrick Obahiagbon will re-join us LIVE via Skype this week to continue his intellectually verbose conversation on the preposterous and superfluity salaries of political persons in Nigeria.

“Thank God I’m Not a Nigerians”. Have you heard this tune? Ghanaian natives, FOKN Boys and the musicians behind these lyrics will have a chance to explain themselves LIVE. Tune in to find out their reasons for igniting a musical battle between Ghanaians and Nigerians.

The line up continues with prominent Nollywood Actress Dorothy Njemanze. Dorothy will be Skyping in from Nigeria to discuss the horrible issue of young girls in Nigeria being wrongly accused of prostitution in Abuja.

And don’t forget we have our regulars: Africa News Roundup with Ama Mensah, and the all knowing “Dr. Damages” show.

As always we want to encourage you to call into the show and voice your opinions. It’s your chance to have your own say. Tell us what you think about all the issues raging in Nigeria or African as whole.|TWITTER:@saharareporters|WEB:Saharareporters.TV|

You don’t want to miss this show; It starts at 8.00 AM Eastern Time, that is 12:00 Hrs GMT and 1PM Nigerian time.

Please, join us.

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