Doctor Damages Episode 72

As Dr. Damages prepares to attend President Obama's Second Inauguration he wonders why entertainers like Stevie Wonder are taking a pass. The flu epidemic in America has swept off one Obama for another. Dr. Damages shows you the difference. U.S. Supreme Court judge Clarence Thomas spoke for the first time in 7 years. Dr Damages brings you what the judge said in colors. Another Obama is running for president. And you guessed right. Donald Trump is right there demanding to see his birth certificate and a lot more. Dr. Damages updates you. For the unemployed looking for a job, Dr. Damages links them up to some exciting job opportunities. He also unveils the Top Ten Secrets in former Gov. Peter Odili's memoir, Conscience & History. Tuface Idibia makes an appearance as he expects his 7th child. Also making appearance on Nigerian news headlines are Gov. Lamido Sanusi, Olusegun Obasanjo, Suntan of Sokoto, Gen. Buhari, Sheik Gumi and Guru Maharaji. He answers emails you sent to his mailbox Dr. Damages is a weekly satirical online television show that airs each Saturday on SaharaTV. The show takes a satirical look at recent stories in politics and pop culture in Nigeria and around Africa. For more Dr.Damages, check this out:

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