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is the MD/CEO of Makarius Ventures, an emerging marketing and consulting firm that is currently making waves in Nigeria and beyond. He is the President, Midas Touch Logistic Options Limited (MTLOL), an investment group for visionary minds. An experienced banker and a widely traveled motivational speaker and author. He is married to Adebusola Adediran and they are blessed with Godly children.
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Femi Fatale is a street tough, upcoming female rapper who is musically talented with the ability to tell a story in hip hop terms.
She'll be here to talk about her single, "What U Know Bout It" and upcoming projects.
LISTEN to her MUSIC via soundcloud.com/femi-fatale
ALSO! Music from: Chesley Krischelle, Mel Alston Jr, Trel Mack, Rich Quick, Nyne, Reign, Yung Ferragamo, Super Jay, & RockBoyK9, BJ The Chicago Kid and Ashley Washington.
(46:00) Music News about: Be More United, Ma$e, Eric Bellinger, Jus Daze, The Game, Michelle Williams, Beyonce, Kelly Rowland, L. Reese, Hitchins TSAR, Filthy Finesse, Rome Jeterr, Drake, & Benisour
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Sunday at 9pm EST: Join MGN Radio as we chat with Professor Femi Ajayi about a very serious and controversial topic: Child Brides. Professor Ajayi is a Professor of Policy, Management & Conflict Resolution, Babcock University, Ilishan-Remo, Ogun State. He is a PhD and served as an Adjunct Professor at Clark Atlanta University in America for 3 years. He has over 20 years of experience in Nigerian Politics. He is host of Nigeria This Week and has appeared on numerous Television and Radio Shows discussion Nigerian issues. He is a Political Analyst on Nigeria This Week. He resides in both America and Nigeria.
You don't want to miss this show! Tonight at 9pm EST on MGN Radio.
Baba Obafemi Fayemi aka Stephen Mackey is a native Houstonian and father of four boys. He has degrees in both education and political science and was an exceptional international athlete playing basketball both in Europe and South America. After his athletic career, Baba Fayemi worked in corporate America, retiring in 2004. As a former Bible Sunday school teacher he began to study the esoterical meaning of “the word,” which led him to Ifa “The Wisdom of Nature,” an ancient Yoruba spiritual tradition. He was initiated Priest by the late Oluwo (High Priest) Dr. Afolabi Adeyemi Epega and raised by the Araba of Ode Remo, Adesanya Awoyade, and the elders of Ode Remo to the title, Chief Mayegun which means, ”the one who speaks for Ifa in America on behalf of Ode Remo.” He was also given the title Olorioko which means “head of the family” by Olojumoke Epega, the wife of Dr. Epega, and by the elders of the Gaga community in Akure, Ondo State Nigeria.
He is internationally known as a spiritual counselor, lecturer and teacher. He is the Author of Who is Sambo? A Journey of Lessons, concerning the genesis of black self hatred. “Baba Femi” as many of his godchildren refer to him, has helped show numerous individuals how the Divine Source speaks to them through signs, symbols and divination i.e., the Wisdom of Nature (Ifa). Baba Fayemi is the head of Obafemifayemi Institute for the Study of Ifa (OISI) Its mission is to help those who seek to develop the awareness of self and purpose.
Contact Baba Obafemi Fayemi at firstname.lastname@example.org or (281) 536-3827. You can purchase Who is Sambo? A Journey of Lessons on Amazon
We invite you to tune in to UMB Radio on Sunday, March 16nd @9p-11p/EST!!
Join our CEO/Host Akila Da Hun & Our Special Guest Host Chella Khatoum Tut & we will be interviewing Femi Boma Ibim(Raw Chef & an Astrologist) . We look forward. Thank you for your support
TOPIC: "How much is too much compromising, when it comes to relationships?
Also on the nights agenda, a very special segment, which EVERYONE will enjoy: "S.O.E.L SESSIONS" with Syncere Slade(SoeL Coach)
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So many people hurt in different ways about diferent things. Today's premiere, let's talk about some of the greatest sources of your pain, how we perceive pain and how best to manage and overcome it. Famous Nigerian Actor, Femi Branch from the popular television series "Emerald" and Victoria Nkong, from Jegede Paul Foundation and visionaire of "Slum Invasion" will join me on the show to bare themselves NAKED and share their own CANDID experience.
This is a first in a two part mini series as heard on 1320 WRNP Sundays from 8am to 8:30am
Have you ever felt over loaded ? Maybe you feel that right now . I could be from any one of life's possible stresses work, home maybe even family life . Tap into the internal Peace of Jesus . Listen as Pastor Femi speaks about this .Listen to these segments live as well on 1320warlradio.com
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She recorded her first song in Columbia, South Carolina, where she also earned her diploma at Richland Northeast High School's Palmetto Center for the Arts. Shortly after, she moved to New York City, and later, Charm City. It was in Baltimore where she met her lead producer, Morece, at an internship doing theatre with inner city youths.
An impromptu performance with Baltimore wordsmiths, David Ross and Femi Lawal of 5th L cleared a way to work with artists in the Baltimore music scene and beyond.
A month later, she was performing with the group in New York. A year later she was asked to come on as the vocalist for live performances with the Out of Water eXperience, Lawal's solo adventure that fuses alternative rock and hip hop.
Using this unique opportunity, Alexis has honed her talents on stage and at local venues.
She is now on the verge of releasing her first solo album.
An Army Brat, Alexis-Joyce is truly a lover of music- in all it's many forms. Her musical influences range from Donny Hathaway, Natalie Cole, and Stevie Wonder, to Aerosmith, Santana, The Eagles, and country artist such as Rascal Flatts, Kenny Chesney, Kieth Urban, and Miranda Lambert. She spent months dancing to a Shania Twain cassette tape- given to her by an aunt as a girl.
"There's no such thing as 'Black music' or 'White music," says Alexis Joyce. "I strive to create music- and that can cross racial and cultural barriers. Music isn't stifled or limited by anyone's genre restrictions."
She joins Ellen Gee on this episode of The Evolution of Perspective.
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