On Queen Raffy's Space, whenever you click on PLAY, You Learn, You Laugh, and You Grow...This is exactly where you need to be because with over 5 different segments covering Motivation, Books, Fun Facts, Travel, Tips and Tricks, Poems, Interviews, Bants, and Random Thoughts. You will never be Bored...So Click on PLAY and ENJOY.
in 2days', IT would be my 5th wedding anniversary and I have grown so much and learned some valuable lessons from being married for this long and In this episode of Random Musings, I talk about a few of the lessons. It is filled with good advice and laughter. Do listen in, Share and send me your feedback, comments, and well wishes via Twitter, You can find me on @Queen_Raffy or Instagram - queenraffyspacepodcast
“Adults are just outdated children.” — Dr. Seuss. May 27th every year has been set in Nigeria as Children's Day and So for the first episode of fun facts Friday, I bring you some cool and educative facts about a child's development that you will enjoy. Do Listen in and share with parents that you know.
In this episode of Random musings, I talk about the pretty privilege and how it affects the recipient of it in a negative way sometimes. Feel free to reach out to me via twitter - @Queen_Raffy or Instagram - queenraffyspacepodcast for your contribution, feedback and suggestions on what I talked about. Do Listen in...
In this episode of Random Musings, I talk about some of the advantages that come with being an adult. As stressful as adulting can be with all the responsibilities that come with it, Some aspects of it can be fun, and share those on this episode. You can share yours with me as well via Instagram - queenraffyspacepodcast
For the twentieth episode of Reflections - Take A minute, Our Reflection is a verse from the Holy Quran. This is the final episode for Season three and I do hope that all the past episodes have been beneficial to you. Have a happy Eid-el-Fitr and May we be alive to witness many more Ramadan to come. Amin!
For the eighteenth episode of Reflections - Take A minute, Our Reflection is a Hadith that reminds us of how it is important to continue to praise Allah both in terms of goodness and adversity this Ramadan. Do listen in, share and I do hope that it is beneficial to you. Amin
For the seventeenth episode of Reflections - Take A minute, Our Reflection is a verse from the Holy Quran that reminds us that Almighty Allah is the best protector and so we should continue to make prayers for him to grant us peace in the world. Do listen in, share and I do hope that it is beneficial to you. Amin
For the sixteenth episode of Reflections - Take A minute, Our Reflection is a Hadith that reminds us to share from what we have with our neighbors ad less fortunate. Do listen in, share and I do hope that it is beneficial to you. Amin
For the fifteenth episode of Reflections - Take A minute, Our Reflection is a Hadith that reminds us of how it is important to keep our actions and speech in check this Ramadan. Do listen in, share and I do hope that it is beneficial to you. Amin
In this episode of Random Musings, I talk about anger and how that emotion affects us in a weird way. If you have been able to master or you are still remastering this emotion please send tips my way via Twitter @Queen_Raffy.
For the Fourteenth episode of Reflections - Take A minute, Our Reflection is a verse from the Holy Quran that reminds us that Almighty Allah has the best of names and so we should call on him with them Do listen in, share and I do hope that it is beneficial to you. Amin
For the Thirteenth episode of Reflections - Take A minute, Our Reflection is a Hadith that reminds us of how important it is to be consistent with our good deeds. Do listen in, share and I do hope that it is beneficial to you. Amin
For the twelfth episode of Reflections - Take A minute, Our Reflection is a verse from the Holy Quran that reminds us that Almighty Allah never forgets a believer. So let's keep our complete trust and hope alive in him. Do listen in, share and I do hope that it is beneficial to you. Amin
For the eleventh episode of Reflections - Take A minute, Our Reflection is a Hadith that reminds us of how important the nights in the month of Ramadan are and why we should not waste them. Do listen in, share and I do hope that it is beneficial to you. Amin
For the tenth episode of Reflections - Take A minute, Our Reflection is a Hadith that encourages us to do good deeds and forgive others just like we expect Almighty Allah to forgive us too. Do listen in, share and I do hope that it is beneficial to you. Amin
For the eighth episode of Reflections - Take A minute, Our Reflection is a Hadith that encourages us to keep the praise and pray to Allah with his beautiful names. Do listen in, share and I do hope that it is beneficial to you. Amin
For the seventh episode of Reflections - Take A minute, Our Reflection is a verse from the Holy Quran that reminds us to keep the remembrance of Allah as top of mind always. Do listen in, share and I do hope that it is beneficial to you. Amin
For the sixth episode of Reflections - Take A minute, Our Reflection is a verse from the Holy Quran that reminds us of the mercy of Allah and the ease that he has provided for the non fasting person. Do listen in, share and I do hope that it is beneficial to you. Amin!
For the Fifth episode of Reflections - Take A minute, Our reminder is a Hadith Qudsi that reminds us of the mercy of Allah and why it is important to keep striving for that connection with him. Do listen in, share and I do hope that it is beneficial to you. Amin!
For the Fourth episode of Reflections - Take A minute, Our reminder is a verse of the Holy Quran that reminds us of the importance of Charity. Do listen in, share and I do hope that it is beneficial to you. Amin!
For the Third episode of Reflections - Take A minute, Our reminder is a hadith that tells us that our supplications while fasting would not be rejected by Almighty Allah. Do listen in, share and I do hope that it is beneficial to you. Amin!
For the second episode of Reflections - Take A minute, Our reminder is a hadith that tells us that our actions during this holy month are just as important as our words. Do listen in, share and I do hope that it is beneficial to you. Amin!
For the first episode of Reflections - Take A minute, Our reminder is a hadith that seeks to tell us of the benefit of fasting for the sake of Allah. Do listen in, share and I do hope that it is beneficial to you. Amin!
A new season of Reflections -Take A Minute is here as we usher in the holy month of Ramadan for this year. On Reflections - Take A minute, You will get to listen to short nuggets, inspirational and motivational quotes that would serve as daily reminders for us as we try to stay steadfast and gain the blessings of Almighty Allah. May this be our best Ramadan yet. Amin!
In this episode of random musings, I talk about losing a mentor and just sharing how heartbroken I am. I also remind you to make sure that you gave flowers to the ones who have helped you while they can still smell it.
For the 28th episode of Bant With, I spoke with Mrs. Bilikisu Akinwande, A counselor, psychologist with over 30years of teaching experience. We spoke about her motherhood experiences, sacrifices, growing up, and other interesting topics like sexual harassment and the things I picked up from her as a daughter. Do listen in and if you have any questions to ask her you can send me a message via Instagram - queenraffyspacepodcast or via twitter - @Queen_Raffy.
For a long time, I couldn't answer the question - Are you an Introvert or an Extrovert?. To find out why this was the case for me, You should listen to the full episode of this week's random musings as my thoughts wander from just the answer to this question to something much deeper. You can send me your feedback, reactions, suggestions, and comments on this episode via my email - firstname.lastname@example.org or send a tweet via my handle - @Queen_Raffy...
In this episode of random musings, I muse over what the celebrity is like and if the fans truly understand what they want from the celebrities. What kind of celebrity do you think you would be? You can send me your feedbacks and contributions on this episode via twitter - @Queen_Raffy or via Instagram - queenraffyspacepodcast or better still leave a voice message via anchor.
On this episode of Random Musings, I talk about our my online friendships have greatly influnced my life and in more ways than i can count made me a teuly better person. Do listen and for the episode with Ms P of MspSpeaksPod you can listen here 👇🏿 https://radiopublic.com/ms-p-speaks-6LaEzn/ep/s1!930af
On the seventh episode of sister sit down and the very first episode of the year. My guest is Muti'ah Badrudeen who is a licensed physician who currently practices in Saudi Arabia, An author of over 3 books. She has also championed projects such as The Muslimah virtual parlour and #Muslimwomenjoy for the purpose of sharing and connecting with Muslim sisters around the world. You can sign up for the monthly meet-up of the Muslimah parlour using the link in the bio of their twitter handle (https://twitter.com/VirtualParlour). You can also buy her books or reach out to her via her website - https://mutiah-badruddeen.com/ Please do not forget to share more happy moments and good cheer using the #Muslimwomenjoy. If you also know any amazing Muslim sister you will like me to have on the podcast, please send me a message about them via my Twitter handle - @Queen_Raffy or via my email address - email@example.com
From gossips, to shades and all kinds of stories that we can hardly confirm make their way to the social media space and so people live for it a bit too much and sometimes forget that this stories involve real people with real emotions just like them and so on this episode i ask a simple question - Are you still here for the violence?
In this episode of bans, I had a conversation with Rita Chukwuike who is a social worker and Nigerian Podcaster living in South Africa. We talked about her reasons for moving there, how the place and people are, and the situation around xenophobia. Do listen in and Please check out her podcast via https://podcasts.apple.com/ng/podcast/the-girl-unplugged-podcast/id1486192820 and have fabulous weekend
While some people learn about love from movies and books, I was fortunate enough to learn what it meant to love and be loved back just watching my parents' relationship and marriage. Since we are still in the month of love, In this episode I shared some of the things I learned from my parent's brand of love. I hope you enjoy listening to it and hopefully pick a thing or two that helps your own romantic relationships.
In this epsiode of Bants With, I spoke with Maryam Adesayo who is a food blogger and photography tutor who is the creator of A Foodie Journal - https://instagram.com/afoodiejournall?igshid=uhfqr421n3lu where she shares amazing Nigerian food recipes with the world. We talked about her love for food and photography and it was quite an interesting conversation that you would enjoy. Do listen in...
In today's episode of Random Musings, I share with you my top five romantic moments/ gestures from my husband, Mr. M. we have been together for over 10yrs and have been married for almost 5yrs and him being away has sort of made me reflect on these good times and I hope you enjoy listening to them and maybe even get inspired by any. Have a great week ahead.
The Earth is what we all have in common.”—Wendell Berry. On this episode of Bants With, I spoke with one of Nigeria's leading environment advocates and media consultant who is the host of the climate talk podcast which you can listen to via (www.climatetalkpdcast.com). We spoke about Climate change, Recycling, and how important it was to pay attention to how we treat the environment. this is one episode that you should listen to as it would be quite an informative ad educative to you as it involves and concerns the environment.
Please do not call me ma, or ma'am, Please could you call me Raffy, These are sentences that definitely feature a lot in my day to day interactions with people. in this episode, I talk about titles and why I do not exactly like them or enjoy being called by them. Do listen in as it promised to e quite a random thought of mine that you will enjoy...
There are a lot of stories and gist that filters into our space and timelines on social media and in this episode, I draw our attention to the reason why we need to keep our emotions in check and examine the stories again before we give out hot takes on them. Do Listen in
January 15th in Nigeria is a day set aside to honour the men and women of the armed forces and so on this episode, I recite a poem originally written by me to honour this gallant soldiers do a job many of us would never dare. Do listen in and remember to do something nice for a solider today.
When Trouble Sleeps by Leye Adenle is the sequel to the book I talked about on the last episode of book discussions which you can listen to via https://www.podpage.com/queen-raffys-space/book-discussions-easy-motion-tourist. The Sequel is also a crime thriller that leaves you feeling like you just watched an action movie. Do Listen in...
Easy Motion Tourist is an award-winning crime thriller set n Lagos, Nigeria, and written by Leye Adenle. This book is writing in such a fast-paced way that makes it quite the page-turner. In this episode of Book Discussions, I talk about why you should read this book and include it on your must-read list fr the year 2021. Do listen in...
In trying to be a helpful person and let us others gain access to the wealth of knowledge that we might have. It is important for those people to not take it for granted as well. On this episode I basically go on a rant on how my generosity was taken for granted and how much it hurt me. I am sure you will relate it to this in some way so click on play to listen in.
2020 was a truly happy and productive year for the podcast and I am super grateful to you for every minute and second you spent on the podcast. Together we achieved an amazing feat of over 35k overall listens from over 190 episodes and expanded the reach to over 75 countries. Topped major charts in Nigeria and finished the year strong by placing amongst the top 50 podcasts in Nigeria as reviewed by NaijaPodhub and I already know that 2021 will even much more better than this. May the Almighty Allah bless you and make every silent prayer and hope you have come true as soon as possible. I love you ROCKSTAR⭐. Happy New Year 🎉🎉
For this episode of Bants With, I spoke with Shade Ojo(Not Real Name) about her experience with the very unpredictable virus called Covid19 that has thrown the whole world into a pandemic state. She spoke to me about how she felt finding out that she was positive, the symptoms she experienced and how the road to recovery was. Listening to this episode will open your mind to how deadly this disease is and why it is important to follow all the safety guidelines given by the government. Do listen in and remember it is better to be safe than to be sorry. You can read further about her experience here - https://www.facebook.com/216449432051147/posts/1303172110045535/
Ibrahim Abdulrahman is a Software Engineer and Serial Entrepreneur and On this episode of Bants With we talk about his journey into software engineer, the E-learning/Open courses platform he Co-founder is taking off. You should check it out via coyani.com and connect with Ibrahim on Instagram& Twitter via @softpreneur
Self Doubt is something I have struggled with a lot this past year and since I started t take into account the things I shared on this episode it has gotten a lot better. So here is me letting you in on it and hoping that you can use them to handle your own self doubt whenever it creeps up and you can also share with people who might need it as well. Do Listen in...
birthdays comes once in a year and while we all react different to this one day in our lives. there some facts about it that are quite interesting. Like do you know what month has the highest rate of birthdays? Ever heard of a golden birthday? for answers t the questions and many more cool facts do listen in to this episode and have fun while learning something new.
On this episode of random musings, I talk about the things I am grateful for this year and also talk about how my birthday went. it has been a tough year but despite all the sad and horrible thing that have happened this year, there has been some amazing things to be thankful and grateful for and you can share yours via instagram.com/queenraffyspacepodcast/ or send me a voice note via anchor.
Today, December 6th, 2020 is my 28th Birthday and oh what a year it has been. I am super thankful to Almighty Allah for the blessings, disappointments, success, joy and sadness but at the same time I have had a deep pain in my heart as it concerns my fertility issues and on this episode I talk about it openly so I can set myself free and live the best life given to me by Almighty Allah. Do say a prayer for me as you listen to this and Please do convert any potential birthday gifts to cash and send them via https://useshukran.com/cr/queen%20raffy Thank you.
HIV/AIDS is an epidemic that has been around for years now and it is quite important to keep raising awareness about it and keeping the conversation alive as a lot of new infections continue to show up. On this episode, I share facts about he epidemic that you should know and should make you decide to KNOW YOUR SATUS TODAY. Please if you know anyone who is still living with the disease and would not mind sharing their to their experience on the podcast even if it is anonymously to help give this cause a human face/touch ad help people understand the severe nature of it. Pease reach out to me via firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank You.
For this episode of Bants with, I decided to honour #internationalmensday by having a conversation with Daniel Briggs Adisa about how it feels like living in Nigeria for the average man. We covered topics around mental health for men, how the patriarchy society also harms men and the infamous phrase "Men are Scum". This conversation left quite fulfilled and happy as it was something that truly needed to be talked about. Do listen in and send me your feedback via email@example.com or simply hit me up on twitter - @Queen_Raffy. You can check out Daniel's Podcast via vtimes.disha.page
In a Nigerian Society, Suffering is sometimes over glorified as it is sometimes said that for one to enjoy something, you have to undergone an untold amount of suffering and pain and sometimes when it comes to women, it is even done more. On this episode, I just lay out my unrehearsed thoughts about this and it is quite the rant. Do listen in.
With most people having at least one Social media account in this age and time, it simply means that we all have a platform that comes with a huge responsibility on our we use it and what we choose to spread it and so on this episode of random musings, I ask and talk about the question - What are you doing with your platform?. Do listen in and please try to act accordingly to leave the world a better place.
Learning a new language is an amazing way to learn something new and cool but apart from this, there are other amazing benefits that come with this activity and on this episode of Tips Tuesday, I share those benefits with you and give you reasons while you should start learning a new language too. “A different language is a different vision of life.”– Federico Fellini.
Nicknames are an amazing way to build bonds with people that transcends beyond the ordinary and on this episode I talk about why i like nicknames, some of my favourites and some of the popular ones i do not like. I am hoping you share yours with me as well via twitter @Queen_Raffy or via the than anchor voice message. I look forward to reading from you.
On this episode of Bants with, I have a vey fun and lighthearted conversation with my younger brother about our growing up days, fun memories, family and generally just asking fun siblings tag questions. I really enjoyed talking with him and I hope you get entertained by our shenanigans too. Enjoy.
For the 60th episode of Random Musings, I share some of the most important and valuable lessons I have learnt this year. 2020 has truly being such a unique year that we have all coped with in different ways. For me this lessons are so important and valuable and would stay with me for the rest of my life. What are some things you learnt this year? Please do share with via the anchor voice feature or via my twitter handle, @Queen_Raffy. I would be waiting to hear from you. And to support my project of getting a new logo for the podcast you can tip with me as low as $1 or #100 via this link - https://useshukran.com/cr/queen%20raffy
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For the 20th episode of Bants With, I spoke with Wasulu Habib is the Founder of Smileysocks, a Nigerian retailer of socks, underwear and swim shorts. We touched on the ease of doing business in Nigeria, Social media marketing and so much more. You should listen in to grab all the gems that was shared and do not forget to grab yourself or your loved ones a pair of smileysocks via their website 👇🏿 https://smileysocks.co Trust me you will be glad you did 😊
Some people grow up knowing that they are breathtakingly beautiful and that they have got the beauty game on the lockdown. For some of us, me inclusive, It takes a while for that thought to click in and fully register on us. On this episode of Random musings, I talk about when, how and where my own beauty realization hit me and it is quite the story. Do listen in and Please do not hesitate to share yours with me via instagram - @queenraffyspacepodcast or twitter - @Queen_Raffy
20th of October, 2020 would go down in history as the day that the blood of the Nigerian citizens was spilled on the Nigerian flag as they sang the national anthem to peacefully protest about against Police brutality and bad governance. It was such a sad scene to see on social media as live ammunition was fired at innocent citizens for no just cause. As Nigerians, we feel the sadness, the pain, the emotions and everything else but even in this dark times while we mourn our brothers and sisters, our spirits remain UNBROKEN!!!. So on this episode, I just say it how I feel and put it out there in the universe as a forever reminder that such a dark day existed. Do listen in..
On this episode of random musings, I talk to the old generation on how we can bridge the gap and the communication disconnect that exists between them and the younger generation. It is a combination of thoughts that have been on my mind for a while. Do share with Uncles, Aunties, Dads and Mums and just maybe this might help to help them understand you and what you do much better.
A season of protests is now in motion in Nigeria and it is important for you to be well informed and well prepared before you show up for the next protest and so on this episode i share some very essential things you will need and advice on how to stay safe. Do listen in and share with your family and friends and do not forget to be a voice for all of the causes you are passionate about.
Over and over again, different names appear in the news and on social media as people are either severely injured or even shot dead by the men of the Special Armed Robbery squad unit of the Nigeria police for very flimsy excuses from wearing of coloured hair and dreads to having a laptop and sometimes an accidental discharge. The past few days have seen the youth of Nigeria continue to protest agaisnt the unit, calling for a complete end to it and that fight doeant seem to be ending anytime soon. For this episode, I add my voice to the fight as I know that together we can WIN. LET THE MESSAGE SINK IN AND USE YOUR VOICE AS WELL AS YOU NEVER KNOW WHO IS NEXT!. #EndSarsNow #EndPoliceBrutality
I woke up this morning feeling quite sad, worried and thinking about my days on radio and how happy I felt being on air. So instead of dwelling on the negatives, I decided to turn into a storytime and just talk to you about how i got on radio in the first place. I hope you enjoy listening to it and learn a thing or two from it.
Growing up teaches us quite a lot of lessons and in this episode I share quite a few that has hit me this past years of becoming an adult and you can also share yours with me via @queenraffyspacepodcast on Instagram or via @Queen_Raffy on Twitter.
Do you love or hate sarcasm? On this episode i give my thoughts on it and would like to know what your own thoughts are via either the anchor voice message or https://twitter.com/Queen_Raffy or instagram.com/queenraffyspacepodcast/ Looking forward to reading from you.
In a world with where everyone wants to talk and very few willing to listen, mastering the art of listening s a amazing skill that can put you ahead and make others very fond of you. Do listen to this episode of Tips Tuesday as i share some very simple steps that can help you improve your listening skills with constant practice.
Languages are the our primary tool of communication and on this episode of Fun facts Friday, i share some cool, interesting facts about languages you will enjoy learning about and listening to.. Do listen in.
Have you ever heard about the one up game?, are you guilty of it? Do you know anyone who indulges in it?...Don't worry..Just listen in to this very random thought about the one up game that came my head. You will love it and learn from it.
Cassandra is a Nigerian medical student, writer and podcaster who currently lives in China. On this episode, we had a conversation around what it is like to live and school in China, what culture shocks she experienced as well as racism. You can check out her blog via https://cassywrites.com and listen to her podcast via https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mikassa-sukassa/id1513764828
Love is that one thing everyone wants whether they admit it or not. And for some, It is even scary to think of the fact that it might not happen. On this episode, I try to remind you of why you shouldn't fret or worry because love will always find you....Do listen in and share it family and friends as well
Hey Rockstar 😉, Thank you so much for being here for 400 episodes and 31,000 Total Plays and I am so grateful that you continue to stay here enjoying every single episode. You can support the podcast by sending me a tip from as low as #100 or $1 via this link - https://useshukran.com/cr/queen%20raffy
On the sixth episode of Sisters SitDown, My guest is Sabiqah Bello who is a certified youth trainer, a teenage writer and spoken words artist and we talked her work as a youth trainer, her journey into the world of spoken words poetry and how the religion of Islam has played a major role. This is an episode that should share with every teenager and young adult you know.. To connect with Sabiqah Bello or get your children registered for her leadership training classes, Do check her out on instagram.com/sabiqahbello
Loosing friendships because emotions gets involved is something I have experienced quite a number of times and on this episode, I talk about the one that hurt me the most and how i think one can manage it.. Do listen in and if you have any experiences to share with please do send me a mail via firstname.lastname@example.org or via instagram.com/queenraffyspacepodcast
For thee last episode of this month's #AmythorAfact series that we had the guys dishing all they know and feel about the very popular and controversial Bro Code, it is all about your feedback that you have sent it via social media and other platforms. Next Month we will be looking at another existential life crisis and it is bound to be entertaining and super engaging. So Do stay here and remember to share with your friends and family as you leave a review anywhere you are listening from.. Thank you.
for the very last past part of the ongoing series of the existence of the "Bro Code'' , Mifa Adejuma who is the host of The U & I podcast which you can listen to via https://podcasts.apple.com/ng/podcast/the-u-i-unconcerned-and-indifferent-podcast/id1463651544 and he did a good job of takking the conversation to a whole new level that i didn't see coming. Do listen in and send me your feedback via https://twitter.com/Queen_Raffy or instagram.com/queenraffyspacepodcast or via email - email@example.com amd don't forget you can use the anchor voice feature as well. I look forward to reading from you.
For the part 2 of the ongoing series about the existence of the "Bro Code" , My guest is a Radio and Tv Presenter and he also gave us insights into some of the popular bro codes, how they are practiced as well the ones he completely will throw away and the one rule he would add if given the chance, it is another edutaining conversation that you will enjoy.. Do listen and Please do not forget to send in your feedback via https://twitter.com/Queen_Raffy or https://www.instagram.com/queenraffyspacepodcast/ or to the email - firstname.lastname@example.org and via the anchor voice feature too. I look forward to reading from you.
For a brand new series of AmythorAfact, we looked at the very popular "Bro Code". And the first guest was Oluwatobi Osho who is the Host of the Basically speaking Podcast which you can listen to via https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/basically-speaking/id1517325300 and we looked the meaning of the bro code, the common rules, its origin and some downright not so great aspects of it. Do listen in as the episode is entertaining, lighthearted and quite educational. And for your feedback please do reach out via https://www.instagram.com/queenraffyspacepodcast/ or https://twitter.com/Queen_Raffy or send a mail to email@example.com or via the anchor voice message feature. I look forward to reading from you.
On the 18th episode of Bants with, I put my husband, Mr M on the spot to answer some of the constant questions I get about him and his job and it is quite an entertaining and fun chat you will enjoy....Do listen in 🙌🏼
Chasing butterflies by Yejide Kilanko is the brilliant Author's second novel after daughters that walk this path which i talk about here - https://radiopublic.com/queen-raffys-space-6rODpR/s1!dc8e4 and just like her first book, this addresses a major societal issue and the writing is honest, raw and engaging. Do listen in to the full episode to find what the central theme was about and how i felt reading this.
To celebrate the 100 episodes milestone of the Monday Motivation Segment, I asked you to share with me what motivates you to be better and You did...Thank you. Along with your responses which were brilliant, and I have complied in this bonus episode, I also shared mine own answer to the question as well. So do listen in and remember to stay motivated always...❤💚
Becoming Nigerian - A Guide by Elnathan John is an award winning book written in pure sarcasm and such an engaging and entertaining manner that anyone would enjoy...Do listen to this episode, to find out what makes it a must read for all.
Sadly, Not everyone will like you.. To be a part of the special bonus episode, please send me a 30seconds Voice note of your name and what motivates you to be a better person to my email address @firstname.lastname@example.org or via the anchor leave a message link..I look forward to hearing from you..Thank you.
Making someone laugh consistently isn't as easy as comedians make it look and on this episode I spoke with a stand up comedian, whose goes by the stage name Lafin Gas and has been in the business of comedy for over 8years now. We talked about the comedy business, the things that upcoming comedians should pay attention too and what areas should be off limits...Do listen in and also check out his podcast via NAIJA CRAZY PRANK CALLS 👇🏿 https://radiopublic.com/naija-crazy-prank-calls-6ByMaQ. And to support the show, you can send me tips via https://useshukran.com/cr/queen%20raffy
On this episode of Random musings, I say a heartfelt thank you to parents who support us whether they understood the hustle we get into or not and also hold us and love us when the hustle fails..You can send me your quiz answers via instagram Dm to @queenraffyspacepodcast or via twitter - @Queen_Raffy and You can please do support the show via sending me tips via 👇🏿 https://useshukran.com/cr/queen%20raffy
2020 was suppose to be the year but unfortunately hasn't gone in the direction that most of us hoped for..On this episode of Bants With, I spoke with Kehinde Poopola, who is one of the most active supporter and listener of the show and we reviewed what the first half of the year have gone and how we can make the rest of the year amazing...Also there is an amazing announcement at the end of the episode you do not want to miss...! I know you will like to collaborate and partner so please do send a mail to email@example.com and lets make magic💥💥
With the corona virus pandemic still ravaging and no end in sight, it has become more important than ever for us to rake care of our health and try to boost our immune system and on this episode i share four natural foods that i have been trying and are quite affordable...Do listen in and stay safe. To support the show you can drop tips as low as 100naira via 👇🏿 https://useshukran.com/cr/queen%20raffy Thank you...
On this episode, It is all about you, yes, all the listeners feedback gotten via voice and social media have been compiled and I give you my final thoughts on it as well..Thank you for making this series as amazing as possible and you can follow our instagram page via instagram.com/queenraffyspacepodcast and please do leave a review of you are listening via apple podcasts 🙌🏼
On the third part of #AMythorAFact series where we have been talking about the statement - women don't support each other and For Sarah Oseki, who is the host of the Edowoman Podcast 👇🏿 https://radiopublic.com/the-edowoman-podcast-WDa4jE and she spoke about how the media and movie industry might be propagating this narrative more often than not and thus allowing people to see it as a norm just to get ratings or create entertainment. Sarah also shared her personal story and how important it was for us to create strong and amazing female friendships..Do listen in and send me your feedback via the anchor app voice feature, twitter - Queen_Raffy or via my email - firstname.lastname@example.org and it would be featured tomorrow on the final part for this topic..Thank you.
For part two of this conversation ongoing on #AmythorAfactseries, my guest was Olalonpe who is the host of Talk time with lonpe, a podcast covering societal issues and you can listen to via 👇🏿 https://podcasts.apple.com/ng/podcast/talk-time-with-lonpe. And she talked about how because of how limited the spaces for women are and how the patriachial system we live in is a big contributing factor to why women don't support each other as they should..It was quite an interesting conversation and you should listen, share with your family and friends and also send in your feedback via the voice feature on anchor or send me an email via email@example.com. Thank you 🙌🏼
On the first series of AMythorAFact, I looked at the statement - "women don't support each other" with 3 amazing women in a 4-Part series that would be ending with your feedbacks and comments about the series..For Part 1 my guest was Ms Tomi P of the Ms P speaks podcast which you can listen to via 👇🏿 https://radiopublic.com/ms-p-speaks-6LaEzn and it was quite and interesting conversation..For your Feedback, contributions and comments on this topic, please send them to via the anchor voice message, via twitter -@Queen_Raffy or send me a mail on firstname.lastname@example.org and it would be included in the feedback episode..🙌🏼
A new Segment that would seek to address some societal issues, controversial pop culture statements and existential criss with the hope of seeing if they learn more towards being A myth or A fact..It would be a four part series that would be available monthly and promises to be as entertaining and as educating as you would want to be...So get ready!!!
Dayo Moyo is a passionate teacher, educator and podcaster whose passion lies in helping young adults and children be better through transforming thier minds and giving them a chance to showcase thier talents through his programs and tutorial classes he runs on Whatsapp and Telegram. On this episode, He spoke about why and how he chose the teaching profession, the things he has learnt frrom his students and also an advice for how teachers can make the best use of this pandemic period to better themselves. It was quite an emotional episode and you wont regret clicking on play. You can listen to his podcast via THIS IS THE FUTURE 👇🏿 https://radiopublic.com/this-is-the-future-GZ0Lwv And you can use this link 👇🏿 https://useshukran.com/cr/queen%20raffy to send tips that can help support the show..Thank you.
As human beings, we have certain beliefs and systems that guide us and make us act or do things in a certain way..they also restrict us as well from doing some other stuff we otherwise might have done if not for our strong convictions..On this episode of random musings, my mind wanders to a few of the things my religious beliefs have stopped me from doing.. Do you have thoughts like this too?..Please share me with via my email - email@example.com or via my twitter handle - Queen_Raffy Looking forward to reading from you 😀
On the fifth episode of Sisters Sit Down, My guest is Korede Azeez who describes herself as a Yoruba Igbo Muslim and is a multi disciplinary creative whose works include podcasts, photography, copy writing and videography. We talked about her experiences growing up in a predominantly Christian area, her hijab journey and also how she combines everything she does...It is quite an interesting conversation that you would enjoy. So click on PLAY. And please check out her projects via koraday.disha.page
Obakam Tom-George is a lawyer and creative who discovered her love for technology during her one year compulsory service and has successfully launched a platform for content creators in Nigeria to be able to get tips as a form of support from their fans, listeners and audience. On this episode, she spoke about why she started the platform, how it works and everything else you need to know. Do visit useshukran.com to sign up to start receiving tips if you are a content creator and follow their social media handles via instagram.com/useshukran
And do listen to Obakam's podcast via http://bit.ly/blueribbonpodcast You can also send some tips my way via the link 👇🏿 https://useshukran.com/cr/queen%20raffy
My guest on this special episode of "Bants With" is Kola Akinwande aka My Dad and we had a very lighthearted and honest conversation about his fatherhood journey, mistakes he has made and generally what he thinks young fathers can do to raise amazing children...Do listen in as you are bound to learn and laugh. For your feedback, suggestions or constructive criticisms please do reach out via my mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or via my twitter handle - Queen_Raffy
For every time you click on play, I am grateful and I am super excited that you have stuck with me for this long..Please keep clicking and enjoying every episode as I bring you more content worth your time....Thank you.
Dr John Afam knew he was always going to be a doctor and on this episode, we talk about the rigours of medical school, practicing in Nigeria, the emotional demands of the job and so much more...I promise that you will see your doctor differently after listening to this...So click on play and enjoy.
On this episode, my random thoughts are basically about what it is like being married to a man who works in the armed forces..It is quite an interesting episode that you would enjoy...So click on play and enjoy. For feedback, suggestion, and criticisms please do send a mail via email@example.com or via my twitter handle - @Queen_Raffy
Bakare Mubarak is a Model, Actor, Ecotourism Influencer and Humanitarian looking to create his own sunshine regardless of the situations around him. On this episode, We talked about his modelling career, the back story to finding out that he was the tallest model in sub-saharan Africa and so much more. It is quite an interesting episode filled with information about the modelling world and a lot of laughs..Do listen in and visit bakaremubarak.com for collaborations, bookings and as well see more of his projects centred around showcasing Africa, Arts and Tourism.