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Lets Talk Africa is a Talk Show that empowers, promotes, and supports a learning atmosphere, while engaging you in a meaningful, and intellectual dialogue from different range of topics for the betterment of our communities.

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My interview with Prince Albert Okojie, the proud son of the famous Ogbidi Okojie, the Onojie of Uromi Kingdom who fought the colonial masters to a stand-still and became the symbol of resistance to British rule. Take a listen to... more

On the next episode of Let's Talk Africa I'll be joined by Dr. Robert Okojie, a researcher at NASA Glenn. His inventions was recently patent by Endevco Corporation. Dr. Okojie has done alot of research some of which have direct... more

Leroy Bamidele Fagbemi, "aka" Mr. Flint" is our today's guest, an American based Nigerian entertainer, born to the Fagbemi family of Lagos, he is one of the few Nigerians who represent the physically challenged in the unites states... more

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Are single fathers doing a better job than single mothers? And who is getting the credit? Has dating become a thing of the past with the age of internet? What about love life after kids? Is he or she still good to you? 03/26/11 is Straight... more

9ja Mix Tape Vol. 2 is a collection of African Independent Artist songs, put together by independent Notorious Dj Neptune, U.K. Doing what he knows best, appreciating individual style of music and promoting diversity through mix tapes... more

My Special Guest on the next Let's Talk Africa is Clement Esebamen, set to make history as the first Nigerian born to run for Senate seat in Dublin West Constituency, Ireland. Esebamen is the Executive Director at Ireland West... more

At 4:00 pm, EST (US), I will be joined by my Special Guest" Akeem Oladunni aka "The Notorious DJ Neptune" to discuss talents in Africa. Known for his ability to promote upcoming local and international artists, he has always remained true... more

Dickson Iroegbu, Best Director at the first African Movie Academy Awards (AMAA). The movie director joined Nollywood in 1997 turning out scripts that became blockbusters. His turning point in his career came in 2001 when he... more
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