Keeping It Real With Adeola - Episode 61

This week on Keeping It Real, Adeola discusses Patience Jonathan's half a billion Naira thanksgiving service and Kim kardashian's visit to Lagos for which she was paid $500,000.

Also, Uganda is ready to launch its first spaceship, find out why Adeola is a little concerned and why she thinks they need to take more precautions before launching.

Also, Adeola pays a tribute to the late Nigerian singer Goldie Harvey.

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Space Junks

Thanks Deola for the excellent work u are doing. I'm happy and appreciate the efforts of those young engineers in Uganda. They are going into space(where there is no drag) with thesame sturcture as Aircraft, i'm afriad they will likely cause damage to other missions (which is a serious offence) and add to space junks.They need some basic space knowledge (Understanding Space)with the aid of Uganda government as you have suggested as they have the will.

My sister

My sister, Nigeria is not just an experiment but an excrement. It's a smelly poo.

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