Keeping It Real With Adeola - Episode 55

This week on Keeping it real, Adeola takes a critical look at Dana airline's resumption of operations after a deadly crash in Nigeria with many questions yet to be answered. She also critiques the picture of celebrities posing on board Dana airplane. 

Adeola also tackles violence against women starting in Saudi Arabia where a 15-year-old girl was given in marriage to a 90-year-old man, and in Indian where a lady was raped and assaulted by six men resulting in her death.

Nigerian Vice President wants 16 billion Naira to complete his house, and the minister of Agriculture wants to spend 60 billion Naira on cell phones for farmers, find out Adeola's take on these ridiculous budgets.

Also, find out what happens when a 6-foot python wraps itself around the arms of a toddler in Australia among other stories.

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Also, Adeola discusses how

Also, Adeola discusses how uniformed men are treating their fellow countrymen in Africa. And she examines how Mugabe celebrates his 89th birthday despite a new revelation about Zimbabwe in the CIA Factbook.

U rock!

Adeola you rock, keep up the good work

@babatunde odunela

@BABATUNDE ODUNELA, Please listen to her show again, on her clothing, she mentioned she wore the india cloth in Honor of the india lady raped in india in December last year. Well done Adeola, keep it real!

Adeola the minister of

Adeola the minister of agriculture no your yoruba brother-VP don deny the allegation--what else-Dana air is woned by the fulanis

keeping it real with deola,episode 55

hi guy,
thank you for the very good message,but we need to help to solve problems too,you have a very powerfull message,but please help promote out cultures,and wear our own dress not india or america,alot of people see you and will want to dress like,you complain about corruption,but empowering our local tailors will be greatly empowered if you promote our way of dressing.
keep the good work,you are always on point!!!
but please when on tv,please promote our cultures and way of dressing.enough of india or western way of dressing.

EFCC and Corruption

I am of the view that Nuhu Ribadu would not have achieved so much or anything if he had operated under President Jonathan Goodluck. So to achieve anything the leader of the country has to show that he means business with combating corruption. The head of EFCC does not want to be sacked for stepping on big toes, and it is in his pocket book's best interest to for the body language of the "Olori Oko" (president), so that no feathers are ruffled and every body is happy.Nigeria we hail thee!

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