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  • 02:00

    End Of The January Transfer Window Special

    in Sports

    In this episode, we followed the last two hours of the Transfer Window for Fulham as it happened. We had two great guests as Dean Jones from The People and Simon Peach from the Press Association joined us in two separate interviews. Please do take a listen.

  • 00:24

    Can you win in a fight with God?with Guest Kwame Frimpong

    in Christianity

    Dicuss how we fight with God. Genesis 32:24-30

  • 01:01

    Zera Today

    in Religion

    Zera Today returns after a short summer break. More of the best guests and topics for you to enjoy. Joining me today will be Evangelist Akousa Frimpong. Akousa is a native of Ghana and has a powerful testimony about healing from God. Your heart will  be moved as this woman of God shares how the Lord has used her to minister across the country. We'll also be talking political conventions and their platforms for the election. Don't miss out on this show!

  • 100 Days of Giving Black with Allen Kwabena Frimpong

    in Non-Profit

    Allen Kwabena Frimpong is a philanthropic strategist and capacity building consultant. Allen is activist member of the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement, and also is an organizer for #BlackLivesMatter NYC. He has been creating opportunities for children and families to improve their health and well-being globally for over 10 years; conducting participatory planning and developing strategies  toward improving quality of life outcomes in predominantly Black communities. Allen has also mobilized young people internationally doing advocacy work on issues of children’s rights, harm reduction, and drug policy. He has worked with key partners such as UNICEF, UNODC, UNAIDS, and MTV Staying Alive Foundation at YouthRISE.org as the International Network Coordinator. Allen has also provided capacity-building and technical assistance to public health agencies nationally. He has been published in several academic journals, such as the International Journal of Drug Policy. Additionally, he has been featured on NPR discussing issues of movement-building and organizing in marginalized communities. He currently resides in Jersey City, NJ. 

  • 01:00

    Interview with Professor Frimpong

    in Education

    Talking about his new invention. A game call "Frindo Soccer", he will educate the listening audience on how he invented this game, and how this game will be played. Stay tuned.