If you could live anywhere, where would it be? Join me as I talk about hypotheticals, 'women issues', fragment of life's musings, no one really cares and if you ask mes. And other times, the difficult hypotheticals that forces you to reflect - What would you do if fear was not a factor and you could not fail? Is free will real or just an illusion? Ever heard about Trokosi? What would you suggest is the best approach to confront gender discrimination? If you would love to encourage me, here's mytiplink:useshukran.com/cr/intheneighbourhood
My first time being a GUEST on an episode of my podcast and I had so much fun recording. If you are looking to hear my opinion on Paternity Fraud, Nigeria and YES - me embarrass myself towards the end during the Riddles episode. This is the episode for you. If would love to encourage us, here's the tiplink: https://useshukran.com/cr/intheneighbourhood
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Sickle Cell Disease is a condition where a human has sickle-shaped Red Blood Cells(RBC). There are numerous cases of SCD patients in Nigeria with scarce resources to help with better and swift health care. Here's to hoping this sparks a reform that addresses the lack. If would love to encourage us, here's the tiplink: https://useshukran.com/cr/intheneighbourhood
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This episode is titled "Happiness" because I hope listeners get to experience this feeling thoroughly throughout this week. And also get to bask in their "small wins." If you would love to encourage me, here's mytiplink: https://useshukran.com/cr/intheneighbourhood
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Watermelon is a natural aphrodisiac so I would strongly advise you to stock up or go get your fill before the government bans it. here's mytiplink: https://useshukran.com/cr/intheneighbourhood
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January started on a good note and a lot of us went into it in a high spirit. Don't let the fact that you have not been able to achieve most of your goals for the month affect your year. Get your positive energy BACK!
Money should be used and investment is a good place to using money to build wealth. Affiliate marketing is on LinkedIn's top skills and Expertnaire is giving an opportunity to learn and earn commissions. For a one on one question session: https://wa.link/mum08r If you would love to encourage me, here's my tip link: https://useshukran.com/cr/intheneighbourhood
To go or not to go? On this episode, I help you prepare for your interstate train travel experience. If you have travelled before using the train, kindly share your experience with me, I would be looking forward to listening. Happy New Year Neighbours. 🎊 If you enjoyed listening to this as much as I did producing and are feeling generous, here's my tip link: https://useshukran.com/cr/intheneighbourhood
Thank you, beloved listeners, for a great 2020 even with the Corona Virus. On today's episode, I had a conversation with a fellow podcast Host- MomentswithJoy - and we had a good laugh while at it. I hope to get more hearts locked unto my podcast in the coming hearts in the coming year.
I was alone on this episode and I talked about events that happened this year in Nigeria. Most of which are sad and in my opinion could have been avoided. If you enjoyed listening to this as much as I did producing and are feeling generous, here's my tip link: https://useshukran.com/cr/intheneighbourhood
The host of Cha Cha Music Review Podcast joined me as a guest on today's episode to talk about his love for music and what the future holds. Also popularly known as Hafeestonova, he has been able to position himself as the only music review podcast in Nigeria. If you enjoyed listening to this as much as I did producing and are feeling generous, here's my tip link: https://useshukran.com/cr/intheneighbourhood
Udoka Obigbor, the host of "Through My Eyes" podcast joined me to share her opinion about cheating partners and more. Reach her on IG/Twitter: @Udokaobis. If you listen and don't leave a comment or voice message, you're part of the problem we talked about on today's episode. If you enjoyed listening to this and are feeling generous, here's my tip link: https://useshukran.com/cr/intheneighbourhood
We must not leave boys to figure out life by themselves - They are children not men. Let us empower the child and not the gender. Society should be humble to acknowledge a problem before it becomes a full blown tragedy. If you enjoyed listening to this and are feeling generous, here's my tip link: https://useshukran.com/cr/intheneighbourhood
It started out slow like every suffering in this life. I am here to thank God for life and my remaining hair. If you enjoyed listening to this and would like to tip to encourage me to make more while Anchor works on how non-US citizens can earn. Here is the link: https://useshukran.com/cr/intheneighbourhood Thank you for listening!
Today's episode is about the need to start having a healthy relationship with money. It is time we stopped demonizing money. Talking about money is not evil. I also talked about an affiliate marketing platform similar to Amazon that allows you make extra money online, send me an email or message on my social media handles to register/further questions. Remember! you need to spend money to make more money. Your generosity is duly welcomed and appreciated, here's my link for tips: https://useshukran.com/cr/intheneighbourhood.
In a democracy, peaceful protesters are not shot at except of course it is a demonstration of craziness. We would never forget the Nigerian government's several attempts at disrupting a peaceful #ENDSARS #ENDPOLICEBRUTALITY protest by using thugs to incite violence. We would never forget the involvement of Nigerian banks in suppressing the voices of Nigerians by restricting the bank accounts of individuals who interacted with the lead fundraising account -Feminist Coalition. We would never forget the involvement of the Nigerian army in increasing the number of casualties. This is me ranting on the first episode of my second season in hope that things will change for the better in our lifetime — PEOPLE HAVE DIED.
In the space of 5 months, the inadequacies and unpreparedness of university officials and the federal government reveals itself in their inability to provide a swift and corresponding shut down of public universities due across Nigeria due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Outro Credit: Fela Kuti - Upside down
I am starting to get comfortable here and I thought why not share a very personal story. On today's episode, I talk about my starting over journey with my long time friend who shares a similar experience. Outro Credit: Niniola - Boda Sadiq
Nusaybah AbdulFattah is the founder of the NGO - Mind Conditions Initiative and the guest on today's episode. She also volunteers with organizations such as MANI and SheWritesWoman. Join me as she talks about mental health within the context of the Nigerian society and how things are changing slowly but surely. Connect with her on Twitter/IG - @nusaybahox NB: The Lunacy Act mentioned in this episode is rather from 1958 and not 1963. Outro Credit: Haruna Ishola - Ise Oluwa Koseni Toye
Long distance relationships are still a thing even in the 21st century. Social media has been of immense help in reducing the distance but we all can agree it doesn't take the place of shared memories and intimacy. Outro Credit: Skepta, Wizkid - Energy
Your understanding of the law promises to be broadened. On today's episode, I invite a guest who is an attorney to elaborate on the contexts that defines Breach of Promise To Marry. Outro Credit: AM La Scampia, Lacrim — Maradona
Day-to-day life examples of terms in social psychology. In summary, an SOS for us to be less judgemental and extend the benefit of the doubt or grace to others as we would like ourselves. We can all do better.
My experience in Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria as a "Corper" in minutes. This is the Thursday Mid-week segment where I talk about my personal experiences, gists, bants and hashtags. Follow me on Sundays as I also talk about central matters that affect the human race as a collective. Outro Credit: Sinach - All things are ready
Parenthood is one of the phases of life you get to learn on the job, no one really ever has it figured out. Are you open to listening and learning? In this episode, I talk about two viral videos that perpetuated child abuse and this means for millennials who have plans to study or live permanently abroad. Ended this episode with a poem I wrote, I hope the words resonate with a lot of you. Outro Credit: Asa - The Way I Feel
Society is to be invented and not endured. Most women have to endure hurtful statements from family members and strangers alike because of their relationship status. It is as if the more you fight it, the more you are harassed. The beauty of life is that we are afforded choices but women are usually never extended the grace to choose on matters concerning their life. Society continues to be discriminatory to unmarried women. Unmarried women are a level below married women on the hierarchy of right to basic human decency. Marriage is a gamble and women need to be enforced with all the necessary useful information. STOP harassing women about when they are going to get married!
Try out the life hack I shared in this episode, leave me a message using the link below, let me know if it worked out.
From the artistic/athletic type of visa to the digital nomad visa. This episode seeks to provide the basics of a travel visa. The documents required to get a visa varies for each country. Check online for more information before applying for a visa as things are prone to constant change as a result of the Corona virus. Don't forget to share your travel experiences using the message link.