The conversation on the similarities between IFA divination and mathematics continues; Joyce is joined by Scientist, Tunde Adegbola as always for insights on the discourse.
In this episode, a young man doesn't know if to leave his girlfriend who never picks his call at night and never explains why; another man is in a relationship with an older woman but wouldn't tell if he is in it for the fun of it or taking her serious.
On Open Thought, Joyce is discussing cheating and love in the wake of comments made by singer, Tuface Idibia; are men polygamous in nature? She asks
In the wake of the arrest of Seun Kuti for assaulting a Police officer, Joyce asks what Nigerians think they can do themselves to make Police Brutality a thing of the past.
In this episode of Lords of Logic, Joyce discusses the philosophy; For whoever wants to save his life will lose it, and whoever loses his life for my sake will find it. How does this work? She asks.
In this episode of Confessions Thursday, Joyce hears the story of a guy who is unsure of his girlfriend's sincerity regarding her virginity and wants to leave her; a husband whose wife brags about the fact that she supports their home financially, and a N
Joyce delves into the conversation of Police brutality in the wake of Seun Kuti's arrest for assaulting a Policeman, as well as the line holding the truth when it comes to human interaction with machines.
On Open Thought, Joyce asks; what are your experiences with people who feel entitled? Why do people feel entitled?
Joyce discusses Hilda Baci's 'Cook-a-thon', Seun Kuti's arrest, and the federal government's budget for prison inmates.
On Open Thought, Joyce listens to the stories of people who are in repressive marriages.
Joyce discusses the importance of getting vaccinated with Dr. Fred, and the sentencing of Ike and Beatrice Ekweremadu by a UK court for organ trafficking.
Joyce concludes her series on the similarities, if any, between IFA divination and mathematics.
In this episode of Confessions Thursday, Joyce hears the story of a man who lived "the life" as a youth and now warns about the dangers of premarital sex, as well as a young man who finds it difficult to make female friends.
Another pathetic story at a Nigerian hospital reported online sees Joyce asking yet again; are we ready for what it will take to fix Nigeria's health sector?
Joyce Onyemuwa discusses the situation in Sudan regarding the evacuation of Nigerians by the federal government from the war-torn North African country.
As May 29 edges ever closer, Joyce Onyemuwa asks for the scorecard for the outgoing administration.
Joyce is again joined by Scientist, Linguist & Culture Activist, Tunde Adegbola to continue the conversation on the similarities between IFA divination and mathematics.
In this episode of Confessions Thursday, a widow contemplating suicide tells Joyce how hard she is struggling to hold on, while another shares how she is forced to share her home with the woman her husband cheated on her with; and he is still cheating.
On Worthy of Note, Joyce discusses the issues with age in society. Why age-shame people?
On Open Thought, Joyce discusses the justification for people who decide to stay unmarried and not have kids.
Joyce is looking at the reported 200% increase in the cost of a bag of rice in Nigeria, and what it entails for the average Nigerian.
In this episode of the Lords of Logic, Joyce asks if there is any difference between Intellect and Intelligence.
In this episode of Confessions Thursday, a lady tells Joyce how she cheats on her distant boyfriend repeatedly because she lacks trust in people, while another lady shares how her "over-thinking" boyfriend is wanting out cos she wanted to get his attetion
Mary-Ann asks; do money rituals really work? Do you believe in it? Where does the money come from? Does it have serial numbers?
On Open Thought, Joyce is discussing what it means to date and/or marry someone who is not up to your standards.
Joyce discusses the forthcoming census, and the government's plans to distribute N800m to citizens to cushion the effects of subsidy removal
Joyce is joined by Scientist & Culture Activist, Tunde Adegbola to look at the origin of IFA, what it means and any correlation with mathematics.
In this episode of Confessions Thursday, Joyce listens to the story of a guy who is troubled by the thoughts of remembering he fondled with his younger sister sexually when they were kids, amongst other stories.
Joyce is discussing the Investment and Securities Service Bill which proposes a 10-year jail term for promoters and operators of Ponzi schemes; do you commend this?
On Open Thought, Joyce shares the story of a woman who now warns against taking dreams lightly after she found out she was in a relationship with a wizard. Do you believe in dreams & witchcraft? Are there warning signs?