So this week, South Africa seized another $5.7 million that belongs to Nigeria in another failed arms deal. Dr. Damages goes where no other news anchor has gone. He takes on the question of whether Asari Dokubo was involved in the first arms deal carried out with Pastor Ayo Orisejafor’s plane. The good doctor follows Dokubo’s disappearance and tracks him down in Mecca. It’s an investigative report like no other.
In a drama that captivated Nigerians all of last week, blogger Linda Ikeji suffers an assault from her friends turned enemies turned friends. Her blog disappears and then reemerges. Dr. Damages brings you the details of how Linda Ikeji did the Shekau thing--turning herself from Linda 1.0 to Linda 2.0.
Dr. Damages introduces a new segment--a weekly watch on the activities of Prophet T.B. Joshua called T.B. Watch.
Conspiracy theory-loving Africans had a field day when the Liberian who brought Ebola to America died in a Texas hospital. Dr. Damages breaks it all down with checkers and chess.
Nobel Prizes were given out this week. Dr. Damages explains why Maurice Iwu missed the prize for medicine despite his cure for Ebola.
As gay marriage takes hold in 30 states in America, Dr. Damages reports on the reaction of African leaders like Uganda’s Museveni and Nigeria’s First Lady, Patience Jonathan.