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The Young God

The Young God

By Rodney Omeokachie
The Young God is a multiple award-winning podcast at the intersection of entertainment and self-improvement. It is a curation of stories, conversations, and ideas about mastering the human experience and becoming the best version of yourself (a god) in the process.
Listen to Host, Rodney Omeokachie as he thoughtfully unpacks all kinds of ideas and issues, either with his guests or by himself. A podcast that will delight you, make you think, and put you onto new things. New episodes every Friday.

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Don't Be a Simp by Obinna Ogadah [Bonus Epsiode]

The Young God

Queen Elizabeth II: The Last of a Dying Breed
“In my eyes... In my mind... The queen was an icon -- an example of how to stay relevant across generations... Queen Elizabeth II was truly one of one." Her Majesty the late Queen Elizabeth II was a complex, enigmatic and misunderstood character. Her death provoked the full spectrum of emotion. This episode gives a balanced analysis of the queen's personality, achievements, and the sometimes unwarranted criticism for her role in the British empire's colonial escapades. 
September 16, 2022
Love, Death + Sofia
"We fear death so much, yet we don’t know what we’re living for." A tribute to my friend -- and [post-humous] number one fan -- Sofia Gambino, who passed away a year ago to the release of this episode where I reflected on her life, my grief, and our special relationship. This reflection took me down a rabbit hole where I entertained some unusual ideas about my own mortality, Jesus Christ's human experience on earth, and my envy of dead people! In loving memory of Sofia Gambino.  Listen to my conversation with Sofia here: Marriage, Mafia, and Building a Coffee Empire
September 09, 2022
The Danger of an Untold Story: Are You the Villain, Victim or Victor?
"Telling your story is the secret to survival." - Rodney. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie once spoke about the danger of a single story, but what about the danger of an untold story? Rodney tells the origin story behind his 'main character' syndrome, while threading the needle of his past experiences and present personality. This episode is about the story we tell ourselves about ourselves, the story we choose to tell others, and how it can make or break us.  Kechi Okwuchi: Through the Fire (SIDE A): The Young God WhatsApp Group:  Sponsored by Kwakol:
August 13, 2022
Funbi VS The Music (Side B)
"I'm human. There are so many facets to my being... If I want to sing about women today and sing about God tomorrow, I should be free to do so." This episode is all about the music! Singer-songwriter Funbi talks about his musical journey, the fans' expectations vs his expectations of himself, and the things he's seen in the Nigerian music industry. Our conversation ends with Funbi sharing the epic playlist to his life. Listen to the playlist on Apple Music.  Sponsored by Kwakol
August 06, 2022
Funbi: 40 days & 40 Nights (Side A)
"I lost my father recently... I'm still going through my forty days and nights." - Funbi. A conversation about struggle, spirituality and a personal relationship with God. Featuring Funbi, the Nigerian singer-songwriter behind the hit song, 'Hallelujah'.  Sponsored by Kwakol
July 30, 2022
Work & Love: The Answer to Everything
"The grind is agonising but it's gratifying." What could you achieve if you elevated your relationship with work? An episode about poverty, purpose, and finding meaning in/learning to love whatever work you choose do. Sponsored by Kwakol
July 23, 2022
Jack of All Trades, Master of More Than One
"If you have many skills and you’re confused as to what to focus on... combine dem b******!" --  A creative perspective on how to handle the confusion and indecision that comes with having multiple skills and interests, so that you might build a fulfilling professional career. Hence, the multi-hyphenate mindset.  In commemoration of World Youth Skills Day 2022🎉  Sponsored by Kwakol Markets
July 14, 2022
What Makes a Person Irresistible PART3
"Depth and substance  the two most exquisite things  be it in a poem   or a person."   - Sanober Khan  Part 1: Part 2:
July 08, 2022
Vote The Young God For APVA Award[closed]
*VOTE* 'The Young God' in the 'Lifestyle and Entertainment' + 'Arts' categories of the Association of African Podcasters and Voice Over Artists Awards:
July 01, 2022
The Multihyphenate with the Middle Child Syndrome
"Don't do 'big boy' for your business." - Obinna Ofor. A conversation about business, family, sibling rivalry, and disappointing one's parents. Listen to fascinating insights about how nurture can trump nature.
July 01, 2022
The Abortion Conversation
"I'm neither pro-life nor pro-choice. I'm pro-common sense." - Rodney. A conversation about sexual responsibility and the possible pros and cons of anti-abortion laws -- inspired by the Texas anti-abortion laws of 2021 and the more recent position taken by the US Supreme Court on Roe v Wade. Featuring an anonymous guest.
July 01, 2022
Peter Obi: A God Among Monsters
“Things are bad… And in comes this guy with an incredible track record. He’s not saying, ‘I will.’ He’s saying, ‘it’s been done.’ Go and verify.” - Obinna Ofor. Nigeria is a mess. Nigerian politics is a mess. But for the first time in forever, a credible candidate has emerged from the mud to give hope to the hopeless. Is it false hope, fool's gold, or fresh optimism? My guest, Obinna For, lends a unique and impassioned perspective on Peter Obi, his campaign and his chances at the presidency.
June 14, 2022
Confessions of a Deep Woke Womanizer: Romancin' & Financin' [SIDE B]
“When talking to beautiful women, the first words you say can make or break the entire experience.” This is the story about my attempt at toasting a beautiful woman. The first words that came out of my mouth changed everything.
June 11, 2022
Confessions of a Deep Woke Womanizer [SIDE A]
“I am a womanizer… in the best way.” The word ‘womanizer’ has been largely misinterpreted and misunderstood to mean something promiscuous. Listen to learn a different perspective of what the womanizer is, what he isn’t, why every man should aspire to be one, and why every woman should aspire to be with one.
June 09, 2022
One Chance: More than a Boardgame
"One Chance is the Fela of board games." Very very high praise by yours truly but you need to play it to believe it. I sat down with Babafemi Fagbemi, one of the game's creators, to talk about its origin, inspiration, and contribution to the culture while playing the game itself.
June 03, 2022
Don't Leave Your Comfort Zone. Expand It.
''You can be great or you can be safe. Nothing wrong with either one. But you can't be both at the same time.'' -Jas Waters. Rodney attempts to reimagine the comfort zone by drawing parallels with the story of the Garden of Eden and the infamous serpent. Rodney makes the point that being the best version of yourself depends on how large your comfort zone is.
May 27, 2022
A Love Letter to My Listeners (3rd Anniversary)
"My biggest flex is my audience. I love the quality of people my podcast attracts." To show my appreciation and dedication to those who have come on this journey with me, I give a behind-the-scenes look at the mindset I have each time I create an episode, what has kept me going all this time, my approach to awards and recognition, what I believe I'll be remembered for, the lessons I've learned, the soft skills I've developed, and my biggest flexes as a podcaster.
May 20, 2022
The Empathy Experiment
"Empathy is that b*tch. It's the baddest b*tch of them all." Empathy is the singular most important soft skill we have in our arsenal but it's also the most underdeveloped in people today. You're just not as empathetic as you think you are. Listen to Rodney as he dives deep into what empathy is, what it isn't, and how it affects everything from your mood to your mental health, to the probability of you finding happiness.   | *VOTE* 'The Young God' in the 'Lifestyle and Entertainment' + 'Arts' category:
May 20, 2022
Ken Nwadiogbu: To Japa or Not to Japa (SIDE B)
“Where I currently am [Nigeria] is not working out for me and where I’m going is no guarantee. It’s such a risk.” The Nigerian migrant's dilemma. Ken used his project entitled, "Journey Mercies' to highlight the plight of Nigerians seeking greener pastures abroad. We discussed the Nigerian dream of escaping this nightmare: What does one lose and gain from leaving and is it worth it? An artist's perspective.
May 13, 2022
Ken Nwadiogbu: No Longer a Starving Artist (SIDE A)
"The days of the broke Nigerian artist are over" - Ken Nwadiogbu. Fresh off his debut solo art exhibition in Retro Africa, Abuja, and having his works digitally displayed at Flannels, London, Ken is officially in the big leagues. He spoke about the feeling of making thousands of dollars off his art, his experiences with Nigerians refusing to return to Nigeria, and the effect he want his art to have on the audience. A conversation between kindred spirits.
May 13, 2022
Ronald Nzimora: The Bright Side to the Biafra War (SIDE B)
"Our people [Igbos] learned how to overcome adversity. It's a great trait to have as a human being." - Ronald Nzimora. A conversation about Nigeria and the injustice that runs through every inch of the country. We talked about the scourge that is the Almajiris, the exploitation of the Niger Delta, and the terror that was the Biafra War. Could there be a silver lining? We also talked about the mindset needed to make it in Nigeria. 
May 07, 2022
Ronald Nzimora: The Cult and Culture of Twitter (Side A)
"Have you noticed that married people don't weigh in on marital topics on Twitter? Because now they know..." - Ronald Nzimora. A conversation between two Twitterheads about the sea of bad advice on Twitter, being careful about what you believe, and people whose entire personalities are influenced by the app.  Sponsored by ChaviD Properties Ltd
May 07, 2022
Conversations With a Soft-Spoken South African
"The problem with South Africans is we distract ourselves a lot with unnecessary things..." - Karabo Malebaco, model & fashion enthusiast. Listen to a South African’s point of view on mental health, fashion, peer pressure, empathy, orgasms, and of course, Nelson Mandela. Karabo and I went to university together and we took a walk down memory lane, unpacking our experiences from a decade ago. Revelations were made. Sponsored by Chavid Properties Ltd.
April 30, 2022
The (2nd) Most Powerful Thing My Therapist Said to Me
"I discovered there is an endless source of enjoyment in engaging with a good therapist." Therapists are sometimes underrated, sometimes overrated, but the right therapist can change your life. I told my therapist about how making good decisions, having a sense of purpose and holding myself accountable have been the bedrock of my amazing mental health. Part 2 of a two-part series. * • The Most Powerful Thing My Therapist Said to Me • How to NOT Suck at Relationships
April 29, 2022
JJ. Omojuwa: The Society vs the Individual (SIDE B)
"Can you afford to go against society? Are you willing to pay the price of thinking for yourself?" JJ. Omojuwa asks the important questions during our conversation about the societal pressure to conform. Is being different really worth it? Is it better to bend to the rules? We shared our strategies and stories for dealing with the pressure. 
April 08, 2022
JJ. Omojuwa: Happiness, Greatness & Collaboration (SIDE A)
"Which would you rather be -- powerful or great?" Political commentator and author, Japheth Joshua Omojuwa, and I met at a fashion show which led to this epic conversation about human behavior, collaboration vs competition, power vs greatness, and the laziness of the brain. The conversation got really interesting when we decided to explore Nelson Mandela's legacy.  Sponsored by Chavid Properties Ltd.
April 08, 2022
Charles NwaDavid: The Real(Est) State (Side B)
“I can do a million important things but I would have lived only half a life if I have not raised a child.” - Rodney Omeokachie.  I asked Charles a series of questions that were designed to reveal his more personal side, his depth. Find out the biggest risk he ever took, his childhood celebrity crush, and what it was like making his first million.  Sponsored by ChaviD Properties.
April 01, 2022
Charles NwaDavid: The Real(Est) State (Side A)
“I believe so much in personal development…self-education.“ - Charles NwaDavid, CEO of ChaviD Properties, a real estate company based in Abuja. He is playing his part in solving Abuja's housing crisis or at least ambitious enough to try. A conversation about his mindset, his business philosophy, and how he has created one of the most unique company cultures in the city. Presented by ChaviD Properties
April 01, 2022
In Defense Of Mothers Who Stayed For The Kids
"Motherhood occurs outside the realm of feminism and wokeness. It's one of those things that has its own rules and reasons." To stay for the kids or not to stay for the kids? A case could be made for either. But society seems to judge mothers harshly whether they stay or leave.
March 25, 2022
Elsa Softic: Losing a Mother and Raising a Son
"Motherhood is hard but it's rewarding." - Elsa Softic, a millennial mother from France, talks about the last days she spent with her mother and how that relationship has influenced her relationship with her 3-year old son. A deeply intimate conversation about grief, the power of storytelling, the persistence of memories, and the importance of perspective in all things motherhood.
March 25, 2022
Mothers Who Raised Gods
"My mother taught me to be strong, how to chat to women and how to chart their cycles." - Ronald Nzimora. An episode about the mothers who intentionally raised their sons to be great. Featuring Dave Chapelle, Drake, and Kanye West.
March 25, 2022
Nigeria: A Perfect Storm of Suffering
“To live a good life in Nigeria, you have to innovate around a lot of madness.” - Aniekan Ezekiel. Aniekan and I exchange stories about some of the ways Nigeria scares us and what it takes to keep ones sanity through it all.
March 18, 2022
Gorgeous Gorgeous Goddesses: Full Circle (Side B)
"Fine boys don't have a lot to offer. It's sad." - Fanen. The epic conclusion to a whirlwind conversation with friends Anita, Fanen, and Vanessa about men, dealing with trauma, and growing up.  IG: @auneetah, @nadiaayede, and @nessarachi. • The Most Powerful Thing My Therapist Said to Me The Night She Entered Her Element Time, Tattoos, and taking Pressure Off Yourself
March 11, 2022
Gorgeous Gorgeous Goddesses: Breaking the Ice (Side A)
"I've never been more present than I am right now." - Vanessa. An unlikely conversation with 3 young, vibrant, intelligent, beautiful, woke Nigerian women -- Vanessa, Fanene, and Anita -- about friendship, colorism, men, mental health, slut-shaming, work, and workplace racism.  IG: @auneetah, @nadiaayede, and @nessarachi.
March 11, 2022
Edoro Abebe: 14 Years a Restaurateur
"Celebrating 14 years is to remind people that we have been around. We didn't start today." - Edoro Abebe, MD Vanilla. I picked the brain of one of Abuja's most successful restaurateurs. In a rare moment of vulnerability, Edoro opened up about the things he's seen running in the industry and the unique skill set it takes to thrive in one of the toughest business environments in the world. All in all, a conversation about life, food, and business.
March 04, 2022
Mean Girls Don't Deserve Orgasms
WARNING: DO NOT LISTEN VIA LOUDSPEAKERS  "How do we close the orgasm gap?" - Oloni asked. A very vocal group of women believe that their unremarkable sexual experiences and lack of orgasms are because...MEN. Rodney begs to differ. A monologue on sexual intelligence and the nuances of the elusive orgasm.
February 18, 2022
How To Not Suck at Relationships
"For a generation that craves companionship and intimacy, y’all suck at relationships." - Rodney gets critical about brittle relationships in today's oversensitive society. He uses the 2001 movie, 'A Beautiful Mind' as a backdrop for his highly critical, yet high-minded musings. Rodney paints a vivid picture of the problem as he sees it while offering a solution.
February 11, 2022
Pursuing Perfection in Relationships
“Perfection… if we know it’s unattainable, why do we bitch when people don’t meet it?” - Aniekan Ezekiel. A conversation about the way our flaws, feelings, and fantasies fatally combine when we pursue the perfect romantic relationship. Featuring social architect, Aniekan Ezekiel (IG: @sir_skywalker)   Sponsored by La Taverna Abuja Other episodes featuring Aniekan Ezekiel: Field of Broken Boys A Debate on Creativity, Greatness, and Excellence 
February 11, 2022
Renike Olusanya: The Bigger Person (Side B)
"Being the bigger person is overrated." - Renike. Rodney and Vogue-published visual artist, Renike Olusanya unpack the nuances of being the bigger person. 
February 04, 2022
Renike Olusanya: An Artist in Her Bag (Side A)
"I knew I was good... But I didn't know I was good to the point where people would pay for it." - Renike. Vogue-published visual artist and illustrator, Renike Olusanya, gets super introspective about her vibrant career thus far. We talked bout creativity as a skill, the importance of a mentor, and her expectations for the future.    Listen to 'Donda is Better than CLB'
February 04, 2022
Efe Oraka: Into Her Wonderland (Side B)
"If I lost my looks, does that mean I would cease to me?" - Efe Oraka.  Singer/Songwriter Efe Oraka joins the young god for a conversation about her worldview, her version of womanhood, and the process behind her magical music. A rare look at her depth and uncommon sense.
January 28, 2022
Efe Oraka: Into Her Wonderland (Side A)
"I've trusted my intuition so much with my art, but I've found it really hard to trust my intuition with everything else." - Efe Oraka.  Singer/Songwriter Efe Oraka joins the young god for a conversation about her worldview, her version of womanhood, and the process behind her magical music. A rare look at her depth and uncommon sense. ------------------ AMEER FASHION SHOW
January 28, 2022
A Debate on Creativity, Greatness & Excellence
"What makes one great? What are the ingredients of excellence?" - Rodney. Sociologist, Aniekan Ezekiel, comes on the podcast to debate some of the most popular artists and masters of their craft on the planet, as to who ranks ahead of whom and what makes them the best at what they do. Sponsored by La Taverna, Abuja.
January 22, 2022
Field of Broken Boys
"Who tells you [as a man] that you can come back from all the work of 9-5... and not make any progress, and you still have to find a way to rise up psychologically and emotionally to be there for your wife because she needs you?" -- Aniekan Ezekiel (social architect) joins the young god for a conversation about all the ways men have been let down and left to their own devices when it comes to fatherhood, bachelorhood, marriage, and sex.  Sponsored by La Taverna, Abuja.
January 22, 2022
FEAR WOMEN. Respectfully.
A light-hearted reminder about the wiles and wonders of women, the fatales of femininity, and why men should "fear" them. A bonus episode. 
January 14, 2022
Flawed Faith: Don't Put God in a Box
"How you see God is a direct reflection of how you see yourself and the world." An episode that begins with a crisis of faith and in the process, unpacks the ways we limit God and how we in turn limit ourselves. Do you merely believe in God because they told you to, or do you actually know God because have you done the personal work? 
January 07, 2022
Time, Tattoos & Taking the Pressure Off Yourself.
"I try not to use the phrase 'I can't wait'" - Rodney. Nothing puts pressure on us like time. I offer a different perspective through the story of my first tattoo as well as some cool concepts about time that will blow your mind!
December 17, 2021
Loyola Jesuit College: the Good, the Bad & the Beautiful
Two Loyola Jesuit College alumni have an honest conversation about the good, the bad, and the beautiful of their LJC experience. Somkele Awa-Kalu and I told stories, interpreted our childhood memories on bullying, flawed teachers, academic pressure, and the plane crash that killed 60 of our schoolmates on December 10, 2005.  Listen to the episode featuring Kechi Okwuchi: 
December 10, 2021
The Most Powerful Thing My Therapist Said to Me
"Therapists be spitting sometimes..." The story of the first time I saw a therapist, and the effect the experience left on me. Listen to 'The 2nd Thing My Therapist Said to Me' here:
December 10, 2021
50 Minutes of Denola Grey
Denola Grey is the star of a hit Netflix show, a dynamic fashion influencer, author, and all-around creative individual. Underneath the gloss and glamour are 50 shades of tension, contradiction, wisdom, and unrealized potential. 
December 03, 2021
No (Wo)man, No Cry: The Myth of Male Tears
"What is it about male tears that has women so fascinated?" Women want men to know it's ok to cry. Most men know this. We just don't. Listen for a deep dive into the many reasons why a lack of crying is not the toxic trait women think it is.
November 26, 2021
Me & Three Kings (Side B)
"We're a lot like our fathers...but girls have changed so much from their mothers" -- Chinedu Laguru. Side B with IK Zodara, Dre Zodara, and Chinedu Laguru share perspectives on Abuja's dating scene, the bleak state of Nigeria, and finding meaning in the suffering.
November 19, 2021
Me & Three Kings (Side A)
"Boys will not be boys. Boys will be men and men will be gods." Serial entrepreneurs IK, Dre, and Chinedu, open up about making money, male mental health, and what it takes to thrive in the hardest country in the world.
November 19, 2021
The Bee That Drowned in Honey
"Are you a bee or wasp? Are you drowning in your honey or society's sauce?" A thoughtful monologue about how focusing on your strengths and the things you're passionate about is the secret to more fulfilling relationships and dope situations. Developing a strong voice can help is underrated in your journey towards being the best version of yourself.
November 12, 2021
The Cavemen: Enter the Cave (Side B)
"We make music for our [Biafran] ancestors. To honor them. To console them." - Kingsley. Side B with The Cavemen gets personal. So personal that Kingsley shed a tear from all the feels that were felt. Enter the Cave to go behind the scenes of Nigeria's number one high-life duo. Listen to the Cavemen Live in Abuja DONATE
November 12, 2021
The Cavemen: Enter the Cave (Side A)
"We wanted to play music on the highest level of difficulty. So, we chose highlife."-- Benjamin. Get to know the story and the personalities behind Nigeria's only highlife duo, the Cavemen. Enter the cave as we go behind the scenes of some of their most popular tracks.  LISTEN TO THE CAVEMEN LIVE IN ABUJA DONATE
November 12, 2021
King George Okoro and his Pyramid
“I don't want to be at the top of the pyramid. I want to BE the pyramid.” George Okoro pulls back the curtain on his personality and the mindset that has allowed him to thrive and build one of Nigeria's most recognizable brands. It's George at his most open and vulnerable. -------
November 06, 2021
Kechi Okwuchi: Through the Fire (Side B)
"Hardships often prepare ordinary people for extraordinary things.” - C.S Lewis. Kechi talks about how writing her upcoming book had her revisit the very painful memories she had locked away for so long.  My First interview with Kechi (2016):
October 30, 2021
Kechi Okwuchi: Through the Fire (Side A)
"Who am I without my beauty?" a conversation about self-confidence, radical self-acceptance, and making peace with the fast featuring Kechi Okwuchi, a plane crash survivor. My First interview with Kechi (2016): ------- DONATE:
October 30, 2021
The Gift that Keeps on Giving
"My gift is my voice and this one's for you?" -- Rodney. What’s the best gift you’ve ever received? What would you do if you received the ultimate sign that what you're doing is what you should be doing? Stories about the sign I received from God and the serendipitous encounters that confirmed that sign. DONATE:
October 30, 2021
Season 5 Trailer
A new season beckons... Old and new, you're welcome on this journey.
October 15, 2021
Donda is Better than CLB
...and It's not even close. An unbiased breakdown of all the ways Kanye's Donda is heads above Drake's Certified Lover Boy. A masterclass in how to appreciate art. ------- DONATE:
September 10, 2021
Jacqueline Suowari: Now I Wear Myself (Side B)
In the second part of my session with Jacqueline, we talked about her childhood, her thoughts on love, using her daughter as inspiration, and her experiences being a woman in the art industry. IG: @jacquelinesuowari
July 08, 2021
Jacqueline Suowari: Now I Wear Myself (Side A)
Recorded at the venue of her exhibition (Retro Africa), Jacqueline and I talked about her ball-point pen mastery, Nigerian art culture, and all the personal stories that inform her illustrious art. IG: @jacquelinesuowari
July 08, 2021
Marriage, Mafia, and Building a Coffee Empire
An intimate conversation about coffee, business, marriage, and motherhood with the late Sofia Gambino, the creator of Nigeria's first and only Coffee Festival and Batista competition. She passed away three months after this conversation. This is the last evidence of her essence and her voice. We talked about her love for coffee, her Sicilian heritage, and the impact she dreamed of making through coffee.  In Loving memory. RIP Sofia.
June 04, 2021
The Cavemen Live in Abuja [Bonus Episode]
The Cavemen are a popular highlife duo out of Nigeria. Listen to them perform live for the ultimate aural experience. They are going to be guests on the podcast next season. Stay tuned. Stay cavy.
May 26, 2021
Joe Abdallah: Hacking Big Brother Naija [Bonus Episode]
Joe Abdallah aka Bad Human is a former Big Brother Naija Housemate. He spills the tea on his time in the house and the mindset it takes to win it all. 
May 16, 2021
Don't Be a Simp by Obinna Ogadah [Bonus Epsiode]
Guest Host, Obinna Ogadah (IG: @obinnatrg), is an outspoken lawyer and author, with several thoughts on simphood and simp behavior. Learn everything there is to know about simps and how they operate and how to get that simp attitude out of your system.  Video: Donate:
May 13, 2021
Not Self-aware But God-Aware [Season Finale]
Listen as I weave together a stream of consciousness journey across several topics like self-aware vs God-aware, how to interpret your dreams, where your power comes from, and my upcoming 30th birthday. •DONATE:
April 02, 2021
The Night She Entered Her Element: A True Story
Listen to a dramatic true story about the day a close female friend realized how mediocre she was and decided to do something about it.
March 26, 2021
An Ode to Women Approaching 30+
Society has conditioned women to approach aging with so much angst and anxiety. There is a whole industry catered to exploiting this fear. I'm here to give reasons why aging is a woman's ally, not her enemy. Enjoy.  • DONATE:
March 19, 2021
The Right Way to Respond to a Sexual Harassment Allegation
Being accused of sexual harassment or abuse is extremely messy but how you respond determines whether it ends well or ends in hell. • DONATE:
March 12, 2021
The Athena Woman
Men and women today can learn a lot from the Greek goddess Athena. She is the highest level of Woman... in my opinion. •DONATE:
March 05, 2021
Order Vs Chaos: Why Men and Women Don't Get Along
I use the concepts of order and chaos to illustrate what makes men and women so fundamentally different and why they don't get along but also find some much-needed common ground. The nuances explored are eye-opening. Inspired by Dr. Jordan Peterson. DONATE:
March 05, 2021
Musical Showcase E5: Dirty Sexy Valentine's
Music to get you and your woman in the mood this valentine's day, performed by Rodney's musical alter-ego, Dirty Sexy Rodney. Featuring Yung Cheesy •DONATE:  •Listen to Young God Music:
February 26, 2021
Relationships Are Like Algebra
Solve for X!  Relationships are complex puzzles that require patience and intellect, but we humans tend to complicate things with our fear of uncertainty and need for control. Listen to get Rodney's recommendations for redeeming your next relationship! •DONATE:
February 19, 2021
Love Like Agbalumo...
The African star apple aka 'agbalumo' is a fruit found in West Africa. Somehow, this peculiar fruit inspired the perfect analogy on what love and fulfilling relationships mean to the Young God. •DONATE:
February 19, 2021
Eddie Madaki: Love, Work & Woke Culture
Eddie Madaki is a brand consultant and brand ambassador based in Abuja. This conversation was inspired by his wife getting him a PS5 for his birthday. From there, we talked about woke culture, colorism, relationship advice, branding advice, and more... all over a cup of tea. •DONATE:
February 13, 2021
No Such Thing as Being Happy Single
You may be content as a single person but not happy. Everybody needs someone. Everybody has a void that can only be filled by another. You deserve to find someone who completes you.  Listen to hear why you can't be 'happy' single. •DONATE:
February 06, 2021
Musical Showcase E4: A Variety of Vicious Verses
Listen to a compilation of fire verses performed by Rodney's musical alter-ego, Dirty Sexy Rodney. DONATE: Listen to Young God Music:
January 29, 2021
Larry King (RIP) Interviewed ME! [Bonus Episode]
Broadcast legend, Larry King and I sat down for a very special segment of his infamous  'If You Only Knew'. A conversation between a god and a king...
January 25, 2021
Words of Affirmation that Actually Mean Something
Words of affirmation can be very powerful if we choose the right words. Here are my personal words of affirmation. Hopefully, they mean something to you. •DONATE:
January 23, 2021
Inside the Life & Mind of a Truly Confident Person
Not all confident people are made equal. I take you behind the scenes of what it's like to be supremely confident. You will finally learn why they say confidence is the best fashion statement. •DONATE:
January 15, 2021
The Attitude that Changes Everything
They say your attitude determines your latitude. I couldn't agree more. Listen to hear what the right attitude sounds like and how it affects your world view, your health, your sense of self, dealing with adversity, and dealing with people.  •DONATE:
January 08, 2021
ISAH the Prince: The Bigger Picture
Rapper, ISAH the Prince came on to talk about his latest EP, 'The Bigger Picture' and from there we had a whirlwind of a conversation across music, love languages, our experiences with Nigerian women, envy, and the type of support we need. His new music is available on Apple Music but you can also hear snippets across the episode!
December 18, 2020
Good Food and Womanhood w/ Stephanie Hakim
THIS ONE'S FOR THE FOODIES🤩 Stephanie Hakim is a Lebanese woman born and raised in Lagos, Nigeria. She is also a serious foodie and manages a restaurant called the Clubhouse, based in Nigeria. She had me over to talk food, life, and business while having dessert. Pure vibes.  Plus her voice is unbelievable. •Join Young God Telegram community link: •DONATE:
December 11, 2020
Salem King: Faith, Fame and Social Media
My guest and I discuss his meteoric rise to Instagram fame as a social media guru and how he tries to maintain a grounded attitude through it all. We discussed the need to be more intentional about how we use social media and somehow we segued into our unrealistic expectations of God, and the pressure we put on Him to fit our myopic worldviews. •Join Young God Telegram community link: •DONATE:
December 04, 2020
What It Takes To Reach 100 Podcast Episodes
The 100th episode is a combination of everything that makes the young god special -- wit, wisdom, music, and sensational sound bites. It detail my podcast journey and what it takes to commit to a project long term. It also features voice messages from fans of the show, celebrating the 100th episode of the podcast.
November 27, 2020
Losing Faith & Finding Self with Jakpo the Rayven
If you have a crisis of faith, have pressing questions about spirituality, and in need of clarity, this is the episode for you. Jakpo questions everything in this epic stream of consciousness explosion! •Join Young God Telegram community link:  •DONATE:
November 20, 2020
Musical Showcase E3: Oleku Cover
We remixed Brymo's Oleku.  Join Young God Telegram community link: DONATE: Listen to Young God Music:
November 13, 2020
The Pressure & Privilege of the FirstBorn Son
A lot of who you are is determined by how you were raised, particularly your relationship with your parents, especially if you're the firstborn. Two firstborn sons discuss the experiences that came with their birth position, covering toxic masculinity, patriarchy, daddy issues, and defying expectations of their fathers. Join Young God Telegram community link: DONATE:
November 13, 2020
Vanessa Endeley: Photography, Travel & Trauma
Vanessa Endeley is a photographer and lawyer whose project, Working Women, is taking the photography world by storm. She sat down with me to talk about her craft, the stories she encountered, the trauma she's experienced, and her love/hatred for Nigeria. Join Young God Telegram community link: DONATE:
November 06, 2020
Musical Showcase E2: I'm That Nigga
The Young God Musical Showcase a curation of unreleased, unmixed, and unmastered song demos recorded performed by the host some 10 years ago. Some original, some remixes. Rodney uses these pieces of music to take you back to a time when he had different priorities and interests. Join Young God Telegram community link: DONATE: Listen to Young God Music:
October 30, 2020
#ENDSARS: Turning Hopelessness to Fearlessness ft. Isi Lomo
In what will be my final time addressing the ENDSARS story in detail on this podcast, Isi Lomo and I unpacked the events of the dark month of October to find the silver linings from the protest, the Lekki massacre, and the lack of leadership of the movement. We found a lot of positives and perspectives that I hope leaves you feeling much lighter about what has happened and what is to come. Join Young God Telegram community link: DONATE:
October 30, 2020
The Power of Personality w/ MommyMoves&Magic
Chika Chukwu and I have a conversation about how our personalities affect the quality of our lives across dating, parenting, marriage, and mental health. Understanding how our personality affects us and those around us might be the key to happiness. Join Young God Telegram community link: DONATE:
October 30, 2020
The Young God Musical Showcase
The Young God Musical Showcase a curation of unreleased, unmixed, and unmastered song demos recorded performed by the host some 10 years ago. Some original, some remixes. Rodney uses these pieces of music to take you back to a time when he had different priorities and interests.  Join Young God Telegram community link: DONATE: Listen to Young God Music:
October 23, 2020
Telling Your Story is the Secret to Survival
"Have you mastered your narrative? Have you found the thread that connects everything you’ve ever done and experienced? Are you a hero or a villain?" Storytelling is underrated. It's one thing to be able to tell a story but to tell YOUR OWN story in a compelling, thoughtful manner? That's next-level. It can literally save your life. Enjoy. DONATE:
October 23, 2020
Season 4 Premiere [LISTEN TO THIS FIRST!]
Rodney is back for another season of the podcast! Listen to hear what's new, what's next, and the creative direction of the show. This is setting up the best season yet. DONATE: YOUNGOD TELEGRAM COMMUNITY:
October 23, 2020
Bright Jaja: Some Men are Meant to be Happy, Others are Meant to Be Great
Forbes 30-Under-30 alum, Bright Jaja, shares what it takes to be great as well as his plans for world domination. Young God Telegram community: Donate:
October 23, 2020
ENDSARS: This is NOT a Game
The first week of Nigeria's historic EndSars protests were a largely jubilant and optimistic affair. The second week, however, the Nigerian government has decided to bare its teeth, showing they don't play fair and that they are prepared to do what it takes to suppress the uprising. The stakes are higher now and I'm not so sure we the young people are ready to deal with the trials to come.
October 20, 2020
Introducing the new season of the Young God. Premieres OCT 24, 2020. 
October 17, 2020
Bonus Episode: How to NOT Be a Toxic Activist
A bonus episode addressing the fact that some troubled people use activism as a guise to hide their inadequacies. These people end up ruining a perfectly good cause for everyone.
September 26, 2020
Isilomo: Big Brother Naija and the Reality of Reality TV
Guest IsiLomo, star of 2019 Big Brother Naija, shared her opinion on all kinds of issues but most importantly, opens up about what it felt like being the first person to be evicted. She shared how developing self-awareness helped her deal with the trauma and move on with her life.
July 17, 2020
What Makes A Person Irresistible (PART 2)
It is not enough to be mentally sound, we must also be physically put together because in this life, it's not just about who you are but also who you appear to be.
July 17, 2020
The Multihyphenate: Juggling Multiple Skills In a Highly Competitive World
The future belongs to those who are able to learn multiple skills and combine them in creative ways.
July 10, 2020
The King's Women
Women have always had the short end of the stick throughout history but this episode tells a touching true story about a king who put the women in his life above everything.
July 10, 2020
The 360 Woman w/ Yemi Bello (Executive Director, WENA)
Women Enterprise Alliance (WENA) is an NGO whose mission is to produce world-class women entrepreneurs that meet the needs of an ever-changing marketplace in Nigeria and across Africa, founded by her excellency, Aisha Babangida. I sat down with Mr. Yemi Bello, Executive Director, WENA, to talk about the idea of the 360 woman and why she is necessary in bringing about positive change and progress in today's world.
July 03, 2020
DJ Obi: Taking Breaks & Breaking Records
We talked about how he has fared with the extended break brought about by the pandemic as well as his record-breaking DJ set from 2016. We also talked about issues like Black Lives Matter, Gender violence, and the legendary HushPuppi. 
July 03, 2020
SAY HER NAME: Oluwatoyin Salau
A tribute to 19-year-old Black Lives Matter activist, Oluwatoyin "Toyin" Salau who was sexually assaulted and murdered in Florida.
June 19, 2020
Limo Dennis: Growth, Gains and Gratitude
“I’m not happy but I’m working towards finding all the things that make me happy.” Conversation with certified personal trainer and wellness expert, Limo Dennis. We talked about losing friends, support from her family, the prayers she made at her lowest point, and the answers she received. We also dove into the social pressures of being an Abuja socialite, and what living our best lives mean to us. 
June 12, 2020
Dismantling Rape Culture: Listen to Women
In this episode, I speak directly to men and the fact that men are not only the architects of rape culture but crucial to its undoing. Our contribution to that cause starts from actively listening to women. This is the key. Listening leads to awareness which leads to understanding which leads to action and ultimately, change. 
June 06, 2020
Lessons For the Road w/ Uncle Arinze
An intimate conversation between my Uncle (my mother's younger brother) and me as we drove to the airport. We shared stories and lessons that inspire us and help us aim high in times of difficulty.
May 29, 2020
The Ultimate Commencement Speech for the Class of 2020
The Class of 2020 might be the only class in recent memory to not have an official graduation day, due to the Coronavirus Pandemic. I decided to give them the commencement speech they deserve. 
May 22, 2020
The Journey to Jollof w/ Oche Edache
"For rice to become Jollof, it must first be cooked" -- Oche Edache aka Young Jollof. My guest shares his story and lessons from his journey that saw him go from a software developer to a lean mean fighting machine.
May 15, 2020
To Slay or To Train Your Dragon?
"Don't just slay be a slay queen. Slay the dragons in your life too"  Be your knight-in-shining-armor. Confront your dragon. Get the gold. 
May 08, 2020
Jokes, Truth and Inspiration w/ Yuri Winston
A discussion about everything from comedy to heartbreak, to writing, to cancel culture, to reincarnation, and to creative inspiration. With writer-comedian-programmer, Yuri Winston.
May 01, 2020
Mental Health: Balancing Compassion with Responsibility
More time is spent doting on mental illness victims than actually fixing them. I'm no expert but in this episode, I suggested we balance the compassion with responsibility. 
April 24, 2020
Health, Wealth and Trauma w/ Sadiya Taheer
Sadiya, an influencer and content creator, has been in and out of hospitals since she was 4 years old. She finally has a clean bill of health and is ready to take on the world. 
April 18, 2020
Corona Chronicles: To be Productive or Not To be Productive
With the lockdown due to last a while, the question dividing social media is: do you have to be productive with the time or is it ok to simply make it out of this pandemic alive? It depends on who you ask. If you ask me, productivity is the key. Listen to learn how I turned this dead time into alive time.
April 10, 2020
The Nuances of Sex & Consent w/ The Consent Workshop
Sexual consent has fast grown into public consciousness in Nigerian society so I sat down with members of NGO, The Consent Workshop, to engage in a nuanced conversation on the subject. 
April 03, 2020
Intuition: The Art of Listening to Yourself
A monologue on the importance of developing your intuition and the only way to do it is by listening more to yourself and less to others. 
March 27, 2020
COVID Conversations From Paris [w/ Karim-Daniel]
Paris-based video editor and rapper, Karim-Daniel,  joins me to talk about the deadly virus that is changing our lives and slowly bringing about a new world order.
March 20, 2020
I Am What I Say I Am
Be careful what you self-fulfill. The way you speak about yourself, the words you use to describe yourself are extremely important and underrated.
March 20, 2020
Confessions of an Igbo Man
Money, Sex, Marriage, Family, and Tradition -- all from the point of one of Nigeria's most misunderstood groups, the Igbo Man.  A conversation featuring the most unlikely of guests, an Igbo Man born and raised and spent all his life, in the village.
March 20, 2020
Ishaya Bako: Order, Chaos and Creativity
Ishaya Bako is an award-nominated filmmaker, director, and screen screenwriter. We talked about the complexities of filmmaking, social issues, women's place in society, creatives not liking their work, and the order and chaos that dominates our lives and choices. Enjoy this highly intellectual yet casual conversation between two young men just trying to figure it out.
February 16, 2020
[Bonus Episode] In Honor of Kobe Bryant
Listen to this curation of thoughts and sound clips I put together in honor of Kobe's legacy. My goal was not only to share how I felt but to shed more light on the impact he left as a person and as a player.  Rest on Kobe. Rest on Gigi.  IG: @theyounggodpod, @_rodneyavo
February 02, 2020
[Bonus Episode]Being an Independent Woman from Northern Nigerian w/ Ahlam Bashir
Ahlam Bashir is a medical aesthetician and CEO of a skincare spa in Abuja, Nigeria, called DermaRx Signature. She recounts the challenges she faces as an "independent woman" from Northern Nigeria. Pressure from family and society, in general, make it hard for women from the north to flourish and Ahlam speaks truth to power in this deeply personal episode. 
January 03, 2020
Osasu Igbinedion: Her Cup Runneth Over
"My Cup is full, now I have something to give." - Osasu Igbinedion is a woman in her element. She's in the best space of her life. Her 2nd time on the podcast saw us dive deeper into her personal life. We talked about her relationship with God, her love life, her work life, her state of mind since turning 27 years old, and the energy she's taking into 2020. Osasu said a marvelous prayer at the end which captures the god mentality perfectly.
December 27, 2019
Annabelle Giwa-Amu: Rekindling Friendships and Mastering Motherhood
Annabelle and I have so much history. In this episode, we explore that history in great detail. We went back in time to pinpoint how we fell apart so that we could put it back together. We shared the lessons we've acquired along the way. We talked about the circumstances surrounding the birth of her newborn daughter, and how motherhood has made her a better person.
December 27, 2019
6 Rules To Win The Next Decade
In this episode, I drop 6 rules inspired by the Hollywood movie, 'People Like Us' starring Chris Pine and Elizabeth Banks. 'People Like Us' is considered a flop but the movie made sense to me on a lot of levels and in this episode, I share with you one of those levels. The movie has a list a 6 rules for life passed down from one character to the next that can improve your personal and professional life greatly. Don't sleep on this one.
December 27, 2019
Shaking the Table on Suicide
Uncommon thoughts and unpopular opinions on suicide using Anthony Bourdain, Heath Ledger and Jesus Christ as case studies.
December 20, 2019
Papilomexy: The Art of Weddings and Marriage
Emmanuel 'Papilomexy' Okolo is a filmmaker and CEO of the Wedding Doctors. He came on the show to share his unprecedented journey to filmmaking and how he is influencing the Nigerian wedding industry through his work. He talked about his relationship with his father, the mental condition of Nigerian people, and the work that needs to be done to secure the future of families. Though we talked about serious issues, Papilomexy brought his signature humor and will have you rolling until the last second. Enjoy,
December 20, 2019
Drawing the Taste of Egusi Soup w/ Etubi Onucheyo
My guest today is a graphic designer, illustrator, and artist based in Abuja Nigeria. He is also the talent behind the podcast artwork that you have all come to know and love. We talked about his journey, his influences, the support system that allowed him to pursue his dreams and what it was like collaborating with me on the podcast project. 
December 20, 2019
Chidera Okolie: Can I Live??
Chidera Okolie is an accomplished author, lawyer, and entrepreneur who saw success as early as 21 years old. She's seen it all and now at the age of 26, she's come to understand what truly matters. She just wants to live, work and grow on her own terms and has developed the thick skin required to thrive in a world that can be overwhelming for most. 
December 13, 2019
Chef Thabo Phake's Philosophy of Food
In this episode I sit down with Chef Thabo Phake, a 21 year old South African chef based in Abuja, Nigeria. He talked to me about his journey from the rugby field to the kitchen, making a name for himself, the limited mindset of black South Africans and making Abuja his new home away from home. What really stands out in this episode is Chef Thabo's cooking philosophy. He shows depth and substance as he romanticizes about the proper treatment of food.
December 06, 2019
CTRL-ALT-DEL Your Life: A Shortcut to Personal Development
There's no such thing as a shortcut to a fulfilling life but this is as close as we'll ever get. CTRL-ALT-DEL is universally known as the keyboard shortcut for restarting or running other handy functions on a Windows computer, but in this episode, I've reimagined it to be the ultimate shortcut to living a meaningful life.
December 06, 2019
Nadine Ibrahim: Managing 3 Miscarriages and Making Masterpieces
I sat down with Abuja-based, filmmaker and photographer, Nadine Ibrahim. She opened up about her 3 miscarriages, finding meaning in her suffering and how filmmaking helped her cope with the trauma of pregnancy loss. We also talked about the pros and cons of mastering multiple skills and how those skills might define a person. 
November 29, 2019
Creating a Business Brand That Reflects your Individuality
In last week's episode, I said that building a personal brand should be easy and fun. Building a business brand, on the other hand, can be a trial by fire. In this episode, I show how to connect the two. The first segment is where I speak on how your personal brand can help your business brand. The second segment is where I share 12 branding rules that anyone serious about their business brand should keep in mind. 
November 23, 2019
Truth, Lies, Pain and Music w/ Isah the Prince
Isah the Prince was very honest and open in his debut album, 'Purple Heart' so I had him on the show to pick his brain about all the events in his life that have led to such a deeply personal and relatable project. And he did not disappoint!
November 23, 2019
Personal Branding Doesn't Have to Be Do-Or-Die
People take personal branding too serious these days. I recommend a much lighter and truly personal approach in this episode's monologue.
November 16, 2019
Akubeze: Finding Common Ground
I am joined by Akubeze Okocha, a vlogger and lawyer based in Abuja. Aku is a smart and opinionated woman and she challenged me on everything. it was refreshing having to really dig deep to find common ground on things we disagreed on, starting with the name of the podcast!
November 15, 2019
Finessing Fatherhood w/ Karim-Daniel Klesca
An intimate, delightful conversation on Fatherhood with Karim-Daniel Klesca, a film maker and media producer, who just had his second child. He talks to me about how he has navigated the drama that comes with having two kids with different women, being the ideal father for his kids and how he supports the mother of new child.  
November 08, 2019
The Truth about "Toxic" People
In this episode, I pose the question: Is that person really toxic, or do you just suck at dealing with people who don't agree with you? A certified table-shaker.
November 08, 2019
Michael Njoku: Mastering Life, Love and Business
Michael Njoku is a brilliant guy -- a young dude who hasn't reached 30 but yet has the maturity of a sage. He is a businessman who specializes in software solutions through his company Mcee Solutions. He's also about to be married so we talked about everything from his first entry into business, to meeting the love of his life and his life philosophy. Perhaps my favorite part is when we talked about his wife-to-be. That's a man who knows what he has found. 
November 01, 2019
Don’t be so Obsessed with Finding Your Purpose
It is said that our sole purpose in this as human beings is to find our purpose. But sometimes we take things to far, getting obsessed with the big picture and forgetting the steps it takes to get there.
October 25, 2019
The Gift of an Authentic Relationship w/ Makena Obura
In this episode I am joined by Kenyan interior designer, Makena Obura. This lady is one of my favourite people in the world. Our relationship is very special as we started out as friends and then became business partners months later. We talked about what it was like working together, how our friendship has grown and our vision for Africa.  We hyped each other up big time and see the God in each other. This is Makena's 2nd time on the podcast.
October 25, 2019
How Your Emotional Intelligence Affects Your Craft w/ Shawn Asala
Have you ever thought about how your personality affects the kind of creative decisions you make in your work? The main gist of this episode was recorded during my set at the Abuja International Photography Festival in front of a live audience made up mainly of photographers. I was joined by doctor-turned-photographer, Shawn Asala, who helped me unpack theories on how being aware of how our moods and personalities influence our work in a big way.
October 18, 2019
I Drove Without the Car Horn for 2 Weeks. Here's What I Learnt About Myself.
You think you're patient. Wait until you lose your car horn at the worst possible time, in one of the worst possible cities in the world. Listen to my story.
October 11, 2019
What Makes a Person Irresistible (PART 1)
Three things make a person irresistible. Listen to to learn what those three things are. 
October 11, 2019
Creativity, Spirituality, and What it takes to Found a Festival w/Osaze Efe
Founding a festival is hard. In this episode, I am joined by Osaze Efe, the founder of the Abuja International Photo Festival which, at the time of recording, is now entering its 3rd Edition. We talked about how a regular guy found the balls to take on the challenge of organizing an international festival. We also talked about how the process changed him, what he has become by it and, what to expect from the biggest edition yet. I hope his story inspires your next big challenge. The festival is holding on the 14th-18th of October, 2019. You don't wanna miss it.
October 11, 2019
Jarell Ebuka: Unremarkable Men and Bad B*tches (Encore)
Singer/Songwriter, Jarell Ebuka makes his 2nd appearance on the Young god pod and this drops just in time for his second EP which he talked about on the show. His first single off the EP, 'Your Daddy' is featured on the show -- a 30-second snippet at the beginning and the full song at the end. We talked about his music-making process, men who set low standards for themselves and the women who enable them. He also brought his guitar on the show and best believe we made some music that is going straight to the top!
October 04, 2019
iMessage Games is the Devil
'iMessage games' is a killer of budding relationships in my opinion. So far, I've been a victim on three occasions and I can't keep calm!!! On the recommendations of a romantic interest, I installed the iMessage games app onto my phone. In the month and a half that I had it on my phone, it was fun but little did I know I was paying a bigger price. 
October 04, 2019
How I Mastered Negative Self-talk
In this episode, I get particularly introspective about all the ways I've mastered my inner negative self-talk. I realize I don't have any external reasons for having high self-confidence, but my internal gifts are bountiful. 
October 04, 2019
Aisha Shuaibu: Riding the Wave
In this episode, I'm joined by Aisha Shuaibu, the founder of Waffle Stop, a restaurant that serves the best waffles and pancakes in the city. True Story. In our conversation, she opens up about her state of mind and how it has improved over the last few years as she steadily masters work-life balance. She shares her frustration with the perception and treatment of women worldwide, and her mother, from whom she draws otherworldly inspiration. Aisha showed her depth as she ponders what success really means to her compared to that of society. She did this for all husky-voiced women. Enjoy!
September 29, 2019
Season 2 Premiere: The Second Coming
The Young god podcast is back after a 90-day hiatus. Listen as I wax lyrical about the new season, my aspirations for the show, and a double-down on the god mentality.
September 29, 2019
Don't Give In to Nigerian Negativity
Nigeria is in dire straits and those who are going to survive, thrive and fix it need to have an common mentality. This episode is an ode to being above the negativity that encapsulates much of the Nigerian experience and creating your personal oasis of order in the chaos that is Nigeria.
September 29, 2019
Bonus Episode: A Conversation w/ my Baby Sister
This episode is especially special because I share it with my baby sister who has always wanted to come on the show. We talked about the new Spider-man movie, moving to a new school, and i gave her some big brother advice. 
August 06, 2019
Henrich Akomolafe: How I Made the Forbes List (Season Finale)
My next guest just made the Forbes List and I was thrilled to pick his brain on what he must feel like to be recognized. He opened up completely about his journey, his mindset, and his plans for the future. This is also the final episode of season one.
July 14, 2019
Motherhood, Womanhood and Maintaining a Healthy Mind and Body [w/ Mitun Dada]
Mitun Dada is an engineer and owner of a health and fitness lifestyle brand but her scope isn't about just physical fitness but about the mental as well. She also shares her thoughts on Motherhood and what drives her to be the best version of herself despite her life challenges. She is well-spoken, funny and thoughtful.
July 07, 2019
Ogwa Iweze: Self-Discovery, Entrepreneurship and Success
Ogwa Iweze is a fashion entrepreneur based in Abuja, Nigeria and she joins me on this episode to talk about her mission of self-discovery, her life goals and the business side of things. We talked about making our first millions, evolving our worldviews, and our ideals in our personal and professional lives. Ogwa really opens up in a way that allows us to find common ground.
July 07, 2019
The UnderCoza Story: What I've Learnt and How We Can Do Better.
I trended nationwide on the 30th June, 2019 after a Twitter thread of mine went viral. The thread detailed my infiltration of a megachurch (COZA) whose senior pastor, Biodun Fatoyinbo, was accused of rape by Busola Dakolo, the wife of musician, Timi Dakolo. I know, sounds like something out of a Hollywood movie.  In this episode, I give a little more context to the events that transpired on that fateful day -- the protests, the Coza experience, how it felt to be Twitter-famous and the need to support our women during these pivotal moments in our country's history.  The events of that day, earned me name, Undercoza Brother, in reference to the fact that I was undercover in Coza.
July 02, 2019
Music, Vulnerability, Facing Flaws and the Power of Sleep w/ Emosé
In this episode, I have a cool and sexy conversation with singer/songwriter Emosé. We talked about her struggles with ADHD, her creative process, her challenges in the music industry, and much more!
June 23, 2019
Mastering Music, Social Media and the Self w/ Jarell Ebuka
In this episode, i am joined by Abuja-based singer/songwriter, Jarell Ebuka. We talked about his musical influences and aspirations, believing the hype, and our love for books by author, Robert Greene. 
June 14, 2019
Sugabelly: Victimhood, Suffering and the Sexiness of Igbo Language
I had a conversation with Lotanna Igwe, aka Sugabelly. She is an illustrator, writer, and iOs engineer. She is also the founder of Sexy Igbo. A platform that teaches you how to speak the igbo language. We talked about her Sexy Igbo project, Her struggles with internet trolls and how she dealt with the negative attention, and the pressures of having a large online following (20k followers on Twitter). During our conversation, she challenged traditional ideas on religion, being a victim and the value of suffering. Riveting stuff!
May 29, 2019
The Myth of Living Your Best Life
In this episode, I talk about what living my best life means to me. That phrase means different things to different people so I thought I'd share how i relate to it. Also featured in the second segment, is a voice message I received from a young god listener, Comfort Umoh. She wanted me to talk about the "over-celebration of individualism". Listen to hear my response.
May 20, 2019
Good Friends, Overpopulation, Self -reliance and Beyoncé [Conversation with Jake Effoduh]
On this episode, I'm joined by Jake Effoduh, a human rights lawyer with quick wits and a high level of self-awareness. We discussed all kinds of issues ranging from Nigeria's wack police force to the awesomeness of Beyonce. 
May 15, 2019
Thoughts on Avengers Endgame, The Battle of Winterfell and the Ideal Movie Date (Conversation w/Oche Idache)
My guest, Oche Idache, and I talk about some of our favourite things: Avengers Endgame, The Battle of Winterfell, and the ideal movie date. We also talked about our adventures on social media.
May 01, 2019
9 Books That will Challenge the Way You Think
In this episode, I share 9 of my all time favourite books that influenced my trajectory as a person. I also why i think self-help books are the most important books for this generation.
May 01, 2019
The 12 Superpowers of a god
A list of 12 psychological attributes that high quality individuals possess, that give them a much needed edge in the world.
May 01, 2019
Aisha Sambo: Create Yourself
A conversation about life, business and creativity with Aisha Sambo, creative director Sushi Sunglasses, curator of TEDxMaitama.
May 01, 2019
[Trailer] Introduction to the young god pod
A short trailer episode letting you know what to expect from the show.
April 22, 2019
gods and kings (ft Larry King)
I'm celebrating my 28th birthday so this episode is all about you getting to know me! For the first time, I share the story behind my "young god" moniker. I talk about what being a god means to me and how it has helped me be a better person. I also let you in on the people I look down on and finally there's a very special interview with the legendary Larry King!!! WHAAT!
April 04, 2019
Episode 21: Stay Within Yourself w/ Lil Wayne & Genee Chaka
Inspired by Lil Wayne, I talk about the immense power that comes from staying within oneself in a world that is full of competition and comparison. Today's guest is my friend Genee Chaka, host of 'Genie out the Bottle' podcast. She shares her two cents on the topic in a conversation we had. 
March 17, 2019
Episode 20: Creativity in Business
-Get creative about pricing -Why "Know your worth" is bad advice when it comes to pricing. -How to respond when your clients accuse you of being too expensive. -Why your friends don't support your hustle
February 28, 2019
I Won't Be Shamed For Not Voting feat. Osasu Igbinedion
In this episode i'll be talking about: - Why I'm not voting in the 2019 Elections - Other ways to creatively contribute to the cause that have nothing to do with politics - The Mental Revolution that is necessary to move the nation forward
February 13, 2019
Aisha Augie-Kuta [Season 2 Premiere]
The Creative Habit is back and it's better.  - Not everyone is creative - The difference between 'a creative' and a creative individual. - Creative people need to be creative or they die. - Special Guest: Aisha Augie
February 01, 2019
[Season finale] My experience in Nairobi
In the final episode of the first season, I dive deep into my 3 week trip to Nairobi. I share some of my favorite things about the city as well as the things that were lacking. Everything from the food, the weather, even the nightlife is touched upon but the highlight of this episode is my thoughts on the social dynamics between Kenyan woman and Kenyan men, specifically Nairobi. I 'creatively' unpack the gender issues we face in our daily lives using the Kenyan society as a backdrop, exploring feminism, patriarchy and everything in between. I also explore the differences between how Kenyan women and Nigerian woman, handle the suffering they've endured in their respective societies. The episode is rapped with an intimate conversation between myself and Kenyan interior designer, Makena Obura.
December 10, 2018
Being a Creative is not Easy.
In this episode, I've picked a few relatable stories from my creative career and how they affected me: the first time I almost quit, the time I was penalized for not having enough followers and my first face-to-face encounter with Nat Geo. These stories shed a light in the cut-throat nature of the industry.
November 27, 2018
Talk is Cheap
In this episode, I attempt to unpack the "Talk Is Cheap" Twitter incident between successful Nigerian author, Nnedi Okorafor and Onizay, a Twitter user. Twitter/IG: @rodneyavo
October 23, 2018
"Tell Me About Yourself": A Source of Anxiety for Women
Why do millennial women hate to be told to tell about themselves? I break down this phenomenon and how we can help each other get over the anxiety.
September 21, 2018
An Eye-opening Conversation w/Special Guest Jennifer
I am joined in this very special episode by my cousin, Jennifer, who paid me a visit from another state 6 hours away. In our discussion she gave me a glimpse of how of life back home -- stories that touched me. She opened my eyes to experiences I am far removed from even though I live in the same country.
August 31, 2018
My Thoughts on God and Free Will
Prepare to have your most cherished beliefs challenged. In this episode, I share some theories about God being just, what really happened in the Garden of Eden and the concept of free will.
August 23, 2018
How to be Insanely Creative Part 1: Stay Curious
People want to be more creative. They want to be able to express their most complex feelings with relative ease. In this episode, I share some ideas I learned from Leonardo da Vinci. Stay Curious, my friends.
August 12, 2018
Talking Shop with Special Guest, Karim
In this episode, I am joined by Karim Daniel recording from Paris. He is a filmmaker and editor from Haiti but based in Paris. We talk about our the similarities, differences, and challenges in our work while also sharing some childhood stories. This is a long one so grab a coffee and enjoy!
August 04, 2018
My Evolution from Photographer to Creative Strategist
I have been a professional photographer for the past 5 years but I'm also 6 months into my evolution into a Creative Strategist. I share with you how this all happened. Enjoy.
July 27, 2018