3 words that best describe you... Friendly, Deep, Theocentric
If I wasn’t working at the radio station, I’d be... A career diplomat.
My celebrity crush is... John Doe
The song that best describes me is... Intentionally Woman by Ogecha.
If I could have dinner with one person it would be... Oprah Winfrey.
I bet you didn’t know I could... Play badminton
My favourite movie is... Any great movie.
The ultimate TV show is... One Tree Hill.
The song that I can listen to on repeat and never get tired of is... Lost without you by Bebe & Cece Winnans
I hate it when... People try to project their negativity and low self esteem on me.
The current affairs show gives a lead to stories worthy of a second look in the news.
Do you think Nigerian Elites are behind disunity in the country?
The discussion also features comments from newsmakers
The discussion takes a look at the challenges facing fighting terrorists and unknown gunmen attacking communities and government facilities in Nigeria.
We take a look - Government relations to tribal profiling - Human Rights issues developing as the war against terror continues - Banditry, Terrorism, Agitations & Movement in a Democracy
Guest: Kingsley Moghalu is a politician, former central banker, academic, former United Nations official, philanthropist and changemaker. His presidential candidacy in Nigeria’s general elections in 2019 inspired millions of Nigerians, challenged the country’s traditional political establishment with a new vision to create prosperity for 200 million people, build a nation out of the country’s disparate groups, and restore the standing of Africa’s most populous country. Moghalu’s bold, issues-focused candidacy was a breath of fresh air credited with altering Nigeria’s political narrative in the direction of reform.
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