This week, Adeola follows the $20 billion missing oil money, which leads her to expose how Nigerian political actors bury the dreams and aspirations of 160 million people. In graphic detail, Adeola shows what transformation the missing $20 billion could bring to the lives of Nigerians.
Adeola also features Jelani Aliyu, a Nigerian man from Sokoto who designed Chevrolet Volt electric car for General Motors among other things. She also features other inventors in Zimbabwe and Kenya, trying their luck with making air crafts.
In Kenya, Adeola shows an amazing woman who has no arms, and yet takes care of her baby in every way.
Zimbabwe adopts four more currencies: Australian dollars, Chinese yuan, Japanese yen, and Indian rupee. Find out why Adeola thinks this would cause chaos, especially the different exchange rates of the currencies.
Lastly, Adeola shares the excitement of rescuing a Syrian child buried in rubles after a bomb explosion among other stories.