Keeping It Real With Adeola - Eps. 71

Officials in Nigeria have announced that the country's infrastructures will finally be developed by 2014, and Adeola is very excited! However, her excitement fades away quickly when she finds out details of the moratorium.

In Ghana, doctors are still on strike for salary reasons, and the government is bringing in doctors from Cuba. Find out Adeola's take when she realizes how much Ghanaian MPs are getting paid.

In South Sudan, a 17-year-old lady is threatening to commit suicide if she is not allowed to marry a 79-year-old politician. Find out why activists are protesting against the wedding.

More than 20 Nigerians are arrested in New Jersey for fraud, find out how Adeola got to know the story while riding a train.

This week, Adeola remembers Bi Kidude, the legendary Tanzanian musician who continued to sing till the age of 100 years.

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Swimmer Vitalia Passley really loves it radio controlled aircrafts, juggling. And lastly her motivation oftentimes comes from travelling, checking out a variety of locations like for example to Arusha.

Okonjo-Iweala is a thief

I'm waiting for the day that the real Ngozi will be known to the whole world. She is a thief who uses fronts to corner funds. Just wait and see!

We are waiting.

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So Adeola dey wear skirt? Wonderful

So Adeola dey wear skirt? Wonderful. You better no waka near Bokostani Republics in continent Nigeria. Hmmmmm..... "One Nigeria". Different countries!

Nonsense.

Long live the United Republic of the oily SS&SE

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