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I've wanted to do this for so long! To provide a forum for Nigerians living outside of Nigeria to share experiences, frustrations, ideas, culture and opinions. Not really looking for experts, just people willing to share and encourage. Join me for general gist, rantings, interviews, music events and an occasional glass of palm wine :) Points of view of a Nigerian living outside Nigeria.

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Born in Hackney, East London, but soon to return to Nigeria at the age of four, #Dele Sosimi was schooled and raised in Fela Anikulapo Kuti's shadow at the height of early 70s afrobeat. Having been chosen by Fela to join his band at a... more

So, when I started Thinking Aloud with Ayo over 2 years ago, one of the very first people I contacted about being a guest on the show was Kehinde Dacosta-Lawrence (KDL) A man who wears very many hats, has a heart open... more

Last year I interviewed Eric Obuh aka Vocal Slender the young man who became quite popular after he featured in the 2010 BBC documentary Welcome to Lagos... He was a scavenger who had a dream of becoming an Afrobeats star. I... more

We all know how important it is too look after ourselves health wise..... but how many of us actually take our health seriously? We've all seen those before and after pictures but some believe that they are photo-shopped. How easy is it... more

Lagbaja (born Bisade Ologunde in Lagos) is a multi-award winning Nigerian Afrobeat musician, singer and song- writer. Lagbaja's groovy fusion has been referred to as afrojazz, afrobeat, higherlife and afropop until he himself has... more

There is nothing like being comfortable in your own skin! To be able to do YOU regardless of what others around you say. Now of course there's a thin line between doing you and being arrogant, disrespectful, obtuse and/or rude, I'm not... more

Join my guest Christopher Bamgboye and I as we talk about what it takes to build your own business.

The 8th of March is International Women's Day and for this reason this week's show will focus on WOMEN. Our achievements, diversity, struggles, careers, families, dreams, aspirations, relationships…. You get the drift. A question I... more

Meet Oyinbo Princess, the pidgin-speaking oyinbo lady from the UK! She loves Nigerian food, clothes, music, culture, the country and speaking pidgin! And boy does she do it well... I'll find how her love for Nigeria started ( a man involved... more

Today's episode will feature Author Ola Awonubi... We'll be talking about creative writing, nigerian literature, pursuing a passion to write....and anything else that takes our fancy :)

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