Keeping It Real With Adeola - Episode 66

This week on Keeping It Real, many Nigerians took to Twitter to vent their anger over a fake tweet supposedly written by Kim Kardashian insulting the country. Find out Adeola's take on this and the recent tweeter fight between Nigerians and Kenyans!
 
In Burundi, a deadly fire at the central market - Bujumbura, leaves thousands of merchants jobless and penniless. Find out why a woman also lost her life in the deadly fire.

Last week the world observed earth hour by turning off electricity for an hour in order to save the planet. Find out why Adeola thinks Africans should be exempted.

Adeola also takes you to China where some restaurants serve only animal penis for food. Find out why some Chinese men see this is very important meal.

To sign the petition by 'Enough is Enough,' click here:

https://www.change.org/petitions/us-british-canadian-german-south-africa...

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improvement of power supply

dear Adeola, that presentation on the improvement of power supply through alternative sources was a great one. also keeping it real here with you in georgia, takia

how can you say it was tuwo

how can you say it was tuwo that the Kenyans were served with when they came to Lagos and that is why they complain. are you there when they served them? Do you have any confirmation. how do you know if tbey were given egusi and pounded yam they will not complain. watch what you said before yoh put yourself in a spot light like your brother oga at the top.

Nuts indeed

Nuts indeed

Iceland high Power consumption

Adeola, most of the data farm like google etc & heavy energy consuming industry are base in Iceland.

Dear Adeola, on the Chinese

Dear Adeola, on the Chinese thing,I think you are nuts,nice presentation though, as always

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