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THIS IS THE FUTURE

THIS IS THE FUTURE

By Dayo Moyo

My goal is to speak with 1000 inspiring Africans in 10 years. I believe that young Africans need models who look like them.

Email: izik4ril@gmail.com
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TIWA LADE: BRITISH NIGERIAN ACTOR, WRITER AND VOICE OVER ARTISTE
TIWA LADE: BRITISH NIGERIAN ACTOR, WRITER AND VOICE OVER ARTISTE
On this week’s episode of the podcast, I spoke with Tiwa Lade, a British Nigerian actor, writer and voice over artiste. We spoke about her background and that of her parents, her dream as a kid, how she left the UK to study at the America Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York, her relationship with her Nigerian grandfather which inspired her second book, her work with the BBC etcetera. This is one interview that was so fluid I wished it never ended. Let’s get into it already.
57:04
July 24, 2022
MAYOWA ADEGBILE: FOUNDER AND CEO OF ASHAKE FOUNDATION
MAYOWA ADEGBILE: FOUNDER AND CEO OF ASHAKE FOUNDATION
On this week's episode of the podcast, I spoke with Mayowa Adegbile, founder and CEO of Ashake Foundation. Ashake Foundation is a non-profit organization that was founded in 2013 to meet the needs of children and widows in marginalize communities. Click the play button now and listen.
47:04
July 06, 2022
HARRY ENAHOLO: CEO & COFOUNDER, TREFORD GROUP
HARRY ENAHOLO: CEO & COFOUNDER, TREFORD GROUP
On this week's episode, I spoke with Harry Enaholo. We spoke about childhood, career, how he worked for a company (starting as an undergraduate) for over 7 years before starting Treford, an edtech company. Listen.
50:34
June 27, 2022
NUBI KAY: STARTUP PROGRAMS LEAD, PAYSTACK
NUBI KAY: STARTUP PROGRAMS LEAD, PAYSTACK
In this week's episode, I spoke with Can you help update the show notes (tiny edits) In this week's episode, I spoke with Nubi Kay’, Startup Programs Lead at Paystack. We spoke about his childhood, his education, his stint as an entrepreneur, his relocation to Ireland, how he joined Stripe and later Paystack, how he founded HoaQ Ventures and lot's more. This is value packed but don't take my words for it, listen!
55:02
June 22, 2022
LET'S VISIT LIBERIA
LET'S VISIT LIBERIA
Liberia is unique in many respect. Listen to find out.
32:46
June 13, 2022
RITA IDEHAI: FOUNDER, ECOBARTER
RITA IDEHAI: FOUNDER, ECOBARTER
On this week's episode of the podcast, I spoke with the founder of Ecobarter, Rita Idehai. We spoke about the business of recycling in Nigeria. Listen.
51:20
May 30, 2022
LET'S TAKE A TRIP TO ANGOLA
LET'S TAKE A TRIP TO ANGOLA
On this week's episode of the podcast, I spoke with an Angolan about his country. We spoke about the Angolan struggle for independence, civil war, language, food, education, marriage custom etc. Listen and share.
44:15
May 22, 2022
VICTORIA IBIWOYE: FOUNDER, ONE AFRICA CHILD
VICTORIA IBIWOYE: FOUNDER, ONE AFRICA CHILD
On this week's episode of the podcast, I spoke with Victoria Ibiwoye who is the founder of One African Child. One African Child is an organization set to redefine learning and create opportunities for the most undeserved children and youth in Nigeria. Amongst other things, we spoke about her early struggle in school, how she crossed from Economics to Law in the university, how and why she founded One African Child, her engagement with the UN etc. Listen.
40:14
May 16, 2022
THE RAINBOW NATION
THE RAINBOW NATION
On this week's episode of the Let's Tour Africa Series, I took a trip to South Africa. Show Note 0:00 - Intro 2:43 - Japan 4:45 - Names 8:13 - Apartheid 11:50 - Presence of Indians in South Africa 13:18 - Tribes in South Africa 16:00 - Capitals and popular cities in South Africa 20:39 - Administrative division of South Africa 22:03 - Mode of transportation 22:53 - Date of independence 23:52 - Education system 24:59 - South African food 25:24 - Marriage custom 29:12 - Tourist attraction in South Africa 30:34 - National anthem 33:30 - National symbol 34:53 - "I love Africa" in native dialect
35:36
May 08, 2022
I AM TAKING A BREAK. I WILL BE BACK.
I AM TAKING A BREAK. I WILL BE BACK.
This episode is the 48th episode of season 2. I am going on a break to give me ability to record interviews. I will be back.
02:01
March 14, 2022
TOMI OLADIPO: EX-BBC REPORTER AND NEWS ANCHOR, DW NEWS
TOMI OLADIPO: EX-BBC REPORTER AND NEWS ANCHOR, DW NEWS
On this week's episode of the podcast, I spoke with Tomi Oladipo who spent over a decade at the BBC and who is currently a news anchor at DW News. We talked about how he relocated from the UK to Nigeria and then to Kenya as a young boy, how he joined the BBC as an intern and how he was retained, what it takes to cover security issues in Africa and around the world etc. Trust me when I say this is packed. Listen.
43:54
March 07, 2022
PODCASTING: SHOULD I STOP...?
PODCASTING: SHOULD I STOP...?
My schedule is CRAZY!
08:28
February 28, 2022
QUEEN RAFFY: JOURNEY INTO RADIO AND PODCASTING
QUEEN RAFFY: JOURNEY INTO RADIO AND PODCASTING
I spoke with Raffy, the host of Queen Raffy Space. We talked about radio, podcasting, marrying someone in the Force and lot's more.
01:09:56
February 21, 2022
TOMI: LOVE, BREAKUPS, SINGLE MOTHERHOOD, REDEMPTION
TOMI: LOVE, BREAKUPS, SINGLE MOTHERHOOD, REDEMPTION
I really enjoyed my discussion with my friend Tomi Popoola, the host of Ms. P Speaks Podcast (mspspeakspod.com) We spoke about how she had a child as a teenager, fell in love a few months later as a student only to break up again. We spoke about her relocation to the United States, building a career and bringing up a son all by herself. Listen.
01:52:28
February 14, 2022
OKEYALE AZEEZ: FROM STUDYING AEFM IN FUNAAB TO BUILDING A COMMUNICATIONS BRAND
OKEYALE AZEEZ: FROM STUDYING AEFM IN FUNAAB TO BUILDING A COMMUNICATIONS BRAND
On this week's episode of the podcast, I spoke with Azeez, founder of Writershelpng.
45:57
February 07, 2022
ANTHONY ONUGBA: HOW I BUILT WRITERS SPACE AFRICA
ANTHONY ONUGBA: HOW I BUILT WRITERS SPACE AFRICA
On this week's episode of the podcast, I spoke with Anthony Onuugba, the founder of Writers Space Africa. Writers Space Africa is a non-profit that trains, expose and help African writers get published. It has presence in 21 countries (as at the time of publishing).
29:49
January 31, 2022
DR. WALE: JOURNEY TO BECOMING SSA ON FINANCE TO THE GOVERNOR
DR. WALE: JOURNEY TO BECOMING SSA ON FINANCE TO THE GOVERNOR
On this week's episode, I spoke with Dr. Wale, the SSA on finance to the executive governor of Osun State, Nigeria. He told me about his rough childhood and his journey into the corridors of politics. Listen.
44:53
January 24, 2022
NO FREE LUNCH EVEN IN FREETOWN
NO FREE LUNCH EVEN IN FREETOWN
On this week's episode of the podcast, I spoke with someone from Sierra Leone. The goal is to speak to someone from every African country about their countries. Listen!
26:55
January 20, 2022
SID EL-MOHRI: AN ALGERIAN BOY WHO WANTED TO SEE THE WORLD
SID EL-MOHRI: AN ALGERIAN BOY WHO WANTED TO SEE THE WORLD
On this week's episode of the podcast, I spoke with Sid, the host of Podcastic. We spoke about how he grew up in Algeria, schooled in Lebanon, his travels and return to Algeria to become a content creator. Listen.
54:25
January 17, 2022
THE LAND OF THOUSAND HILLS
THE LAND OF THOUSAND HILLS
On this week's episode of the podcast, I spoke with someone from Rwanda about the country. Listen!
25:42
January 13, 2022
OLUWATOSIN ADEDOYIN: HOW I MOVED FROM STUDYING CRS TO BECOMING A UX DESIGNER
OLUWATOSIN ADEDOYIN: HOW I MOVED FROM STUDYING CRS TO BECOMING A UX DESIGNER
Oluwatosin Adedoyin is a Customer Experience Designer, founder of Olatayo Educates and Tutorpro. She is also studying for an MBA in the Lagos Business School. In this interview she spoke on how she transitioned from someone who studies Comparative Religious Studies in the university to building a career in tech. Listen!
56:42
January 09, 2022
I AM GOING ON A BREAK
I AM GOING ON A BREAK
The next episode would be published on the second Saturday in January 2022.
02:03
December 27, 2021
OLUMIDE IDOWU: MY JOURNEY AS A CLIMATE ACTIVIST
OLUMIDE IDOWU: MY JOURNEY AS A CLIMATE ACTIVIST
On this week's episode of the podcast, I spoke with Olumide Idowu (A.K.A Mr. Climate), Climate Activist and Co-founder of the International Climate Change Development Initiative. Amongst other things, we spoke about how he found his passion for climate issue, the power of networking in getting funds for projects, collaboration with other change makers as well as government officials etc. Listen and share.
31:18
December 22, 2021
ONE COUNTRY, TWO DATES OF INDEPENDENCE
ONE COUNTRY, TWO DATES OF INDEPENDENCE
On this week's episode of the podcast, I took a virtual trip to the 'House of Stones', Zimbabwe. Many people know about apartheid in South Africa but are oblivious of the same scenario in close by Zimbabwe. In this episode, I learnt about the history of Zimbabwe as well as its custom. Listen!
48:31
December 19, 2021
ONE YEAR, OVER 35 GUESTS FROM EIGHTEEN COUNTRIES
ONE YEAR, OVER 35 GUESTS FROM EIGHTEEN COUNTRIES
This is an opportunity to say thank you to guests, people who refer me to the guests and you the listener. There would be no This is the Future without all of you. Thank you!
04:24
December 15, 2021
THE COUNTRY WITH THE MOST POWERFUL VISA IN AFRICA
THE COUNTRY WITH THE MOST POWERFUL VISA IN AFRICA
Do you know that a citizen of Seychelles has access to 149 countries visa free or visa on arrival? Do you know that Seychelles is the smallest country in Africa? Do you know that you can drive all around a town is Seychelles in five minutes?  Do you know that Seychelles is tribeless? Tell me, what are the citizens of Seychelles called? I set a goal to speak with someone from every African country about their countries. This week, let me take you on a virtual trip to Seychelles.
37:01
December 12, 2021
ARE YOU PROUD TO BE AFRICAN?
ARE YOU PROUD TO BE AFRICAN?
On this week's episode, I spoke about my fear of the new breed of Africans we are cultivating.
08:03
December 09, 2021
WE ARE IN 2021, CITIZENS OF THIS COUNTRY ARE IN 2014
WE ARE IN 2021, CITIZENS OF THIS COUNTRY ARE IN 2014
On this week's episode of Let's Tour Africa series where I speak with Africans about their countries, I spoke with Keffy from Ethiopia. Ethiopia is a unique and diverse country. A few of the many interesting facts about the country is that it is considered to be one of two African countries that was not colonized, it celebrates New Year in September and Christmas in January; Ethiopians eat raw meat. These are but a few! Listen! Remember, the goal is to speak with someone from every African country about their countries.
51:52
December 01, 2021
MIMZY: SCHOOLED IN ZIMBABWE, NAMIBIA & BOTSWANA, INTERNED IN SOUTH AFRICA AND WORKS IN LESOTHO
MIMZY: SCHOOLED IN ZIMBABWE, NAMIBIA & BOTSWANA, INTERNED IN SOUTH AFRICA AND WORKS IN LESOTHO
On this week's episode of the podcast, I spoke with Mimi Machakaire, a Zimbabwean writer, journalist and media specialist. She is the author of Princess Gangster, a book she published at age 17.  She is currently 26 and she is an Editorial Production Manager for Stadan Media Company. Listen and share! You can send me a tip via https://useshukran.com/cr/thisisthefuture
47:60
November 27, 2021
THE ONLY AFRICAN COUNTRY INSIDE ANOTHER COUNTRY
THE ONLY AFRICAN COUNTRY INSIDE ANOTHER COUNTRY
On this week's episode of the podcast, I spoke with Poloko from Lesotho, a country that is bordered on all sides by South Africa. This is one of my most interactive interviews (yet) in this series. Listen!
53:25
November 21, 2021
WELCOME TO UGANDA
WELCOME TO UGANDA
On this week episode, I would be taking you on a tour to the East Africa country of Uganda. Be ready for a lesson in history!
37:11
November 13, 2021
TENIOLA TAYO: INTERNSHIP AT OVATION, KPMG ETC., JOB AT THE OFFICE OF THE SENATE PRESIDENT & EXPERIENCE AT LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS
TENIOLA TAYO: INTERNSHIP AT OVATION, KPMG ETC., JOB AT THE OFFICE OF THE SENATE PRESIDENT & EXPERIENCE AT LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS
On this week's episode of the podcast, I spoke with Teniola Tayo, a consultant at the Institute of Security Studies. She took me on a journey from baby-sitting as a young teenager to earn money to winning the Chevening scholarship to study at the London School of Economics. She told me how she got an internship with Ovation Magazine, KPMG and the Aerocontractors Company of Nigeria as an undergraduate.  Do listen and share.
46:35
November 10, 2021
THE COUNTRY OF UPRIGHT PEOPLE
THE COUNTRY OF UPRIGHT PEOPLE
Let's visit Burkina Faso, the land of motorcycles but more fitting, 'The Country of Upright People'.
29:08
November 07, 2021
EDEM ESSANG: HOW I BUILT THE LONGEST RUNNING GAME SHOW ON RADIO
EDEM ESSANG: HOW I BUILT THE LONGEST RUNNING GAME SHOW ON RADIO
On this week's episode of the podcast, I spoke with Edem Essang, the Managing Director of Rock House Media, creator of Lunch Hour Show which is the longest running game show in Nigeria. He took me on a journey from how he got his entrance into radio to how he built the number one game show. Listen!
46:28
November 03, 2021
A GABONESE WHO HAS BEEN LIVING IN NIGERIA FOR THE PAST SEVENTEEN YEARS
A GABONESE WHO HAS BEEN LIVING IN NIGERIA FOR THE PAST SEVENTEEN YEARS
On this week's episode, I spoke with Chikere Flore, a Gabonese who married a Nigerian and has been living in Nigeria for the past seventeen years. Listen.
21:44
October 31, 2021
YASMINA: AN ALGERIAN WOMAN WHO DECIDED TO GO BIG OR GO HOME
YASMINA: AN ALGERIAN WOMAN WHO DECIDED TO GO BIG OR GO HOME
On this week's episode of the podcast, I spoke with Yasmina Kazitani a cofounder at SKLS Consulting, London. She took me on a journey from living a simple life with her grandparents in Algeria to becoming a marketing strategy expert.
38:15
October 28, 2021
THE LARGEST COUNTRY IN AFRICA
THE LARGEST COUNTRY IN AFRICA
On today's episode of the podcast, I spoke with Omar from Algeria. I learnt a lot about the north African country and I am sure you would too.
37:02
October 23, 2021
FAYFAY: THE STORY OF HOW I BECAME AN OAP AND AN AUDIO ENGINEER
FAYFAY: THE STORY OF HOW I BECAME AN OAP AND AN AUDIO ENGINEER
Fayfay is a Nigerian podcaster, audio engineer and founder of Naijapod Hub, a podcasters' community. In this interview, she took me on a journey of how she previously wanted to be an engineer and then a musician and how she finally got into radio.
33:36
October 20, 2021
THE LARGEST ISLAND IN AFRICA
THE LARGEST ISLAND IN AFRICA
On this week's episode of the podcast, I spoke with Toky from Madagascar. Listen!
38:08
October 17, 2021
DAMIEN CHUCY: THE KING OF THE MIC
DAMIEN CHUCY: THE KING OF THE MIC
On this week's episode of the podcast, I spoke with Damien Chucy about what it means to be a Master of Ceremonies. It is a journey of a young man with a dream: to become one of African's most prominent MC.
40:38
October 16, 2021
ONE ZAMBIA, ONE NATION
ONE ZAMBIA, ONE NATION
On this week's episode of the podcast, I spoke with Kachenga from Zambia about his country. Below is a breakdown of what we discussed. 1:00 - Meaning of name. 2:00 - Connection between Zambia and Zimbabwe 4:00 - Date of independence 5:00 - Growing up in Zambia 6:00 Cities in Zambia 8:00 - Tribes in Zambia 14:15 - Diversity yet unity 19:06 - Food 24:00 - Transportation 26:00 - Marriage custom 31:00 - Tourist attractions 33:00 - National anthem 34:00 - Saying, "I am proud to be African" in native dialect.
34:56
October 10, 2021
LET AFOLAYAN DANIEL, LEAD, GOOGLE BUSINESS GROUP (YABA) TEACH YOU DIGITAL MARKETING
LET AFOLAYAN DANIEL, LEAD, GOOGLE BUSINESS GROUP (YABA) TEACH YOU DIGITAL MARKETING
On this week's episode of the podcast, I spoke with Afolayan Daniel, the Lead of Google Business Group (Yaba) about digital marketing. We talked about how a young person can learn digital skills on the internet as well as the Google tools startup founders can leverage on to promote their businesses online. Listen and share.
26:23
October 06, 2021
JAMBO KENYA
JAMBO KENYA
Yeah, 'Hello Kenya'. On this week's episode of the podcast, I spoke with Gabriel from Kenya. We spoke about many things from Safaris and tourist attractions in Kenya to mobile money, how Kenyans felt when Obama became the president of the US to marriage customs etc. This for me was a crash course on everything Kenya. Listen and share. 
44:30
October 03, 2021
AMAKA: LEAVING NIGERIA TO STUDY IN GERMANY
AMAKA: LEAVING NIGERIA TO STUDY IN GERMANY
On this week's episode of the podcast, I spoke with Amaka, a Nigerian currently doing a second masters in Berlin Germany. We spoke about the admission process as well as her experience as an African student in Germany. Listen!
37:38
September 30, 2021
SIR BOUNTIFUL: WHAT HAPPENS WHEN TECH MEETS FOOD?
SIR BOUNTIFUL: WHAT HAPPENS WHEN TECH MEETS FOOD?
On this episode, I spoke with Sir Bountiful, a tech enthusiast who also loves cooking. Surprisingly, he never attended any conventional university. We talked about business, cryptocurrency and off course food.
30:05
September 23, 2021
HELLO BOTSWANA
HELLO BOTSWANA
On today's episode of the podcast, I took a trip to the Southern Africa. Let's explore Botswana people!
30:47
September 19, 2021
TOBY: THE LADY 'CRAZY' ENOUGH TO SHARE HER DIARY WITH THE PUBLIC (PART II)
TOBY: THE LADY 'CRAZY' ENOUGH TO SHARE HER DIARY WITH THE PUBLIC (PART II)
I completed my discussion with Toby!
53:34
September 16, 2021
THE GOLD COAST OF AFRICA
THE GOLD COAST OF AFRICA
On this week's episode of the Let's Tour Africa series, we took a trip to Ghana, a country that used to be known as the Gold Coast. Listen.
32:21
September 12, 2021
TOBY: THE LADY 'CRAZY' ENOUGH TO SHARE HER DIARY WITH THE PUBLIC
TOBY: THE LADY 'CRAZY' ENOUGH TO SHARE HER DIARY WITH THE PUBLIC
Toby is the host of 'My name is Toby', a personal diary podcast where she pours out her heart to her listeners. On this episode, I interviewed Toby on her own podcast and asked her things she was yet to expose to her listeners. We talked about growing up, her relationship with her parents (especially her father), attending a boarding school, challenges with being a southpaw in a society that attaches many negative things to the left hand and many more things. Listen! Link to My name is Toby:  
36:12
September 09, 2021
THIS COUNTRY IS CALLED "THE WARMTH OF AFRICA". WHY?
THIS COUNTRY IS CALLED "THE WARMTH OF AFRICA". WHY?
On this week's episode of the podcast, I spoke with Mamie Banda about Malawi. We spoke about Malawi's local food, Malawi's tourist attractions, Malawi's cities, Malawi's marriage custom; Malawi's independence story and many more. Listen and share!
33:02
September 05, 2021
BUNMI ASAOLU, AUTHOR OF SURVIVING SAJOMACO: A NIGERIAN BOARDING SCHOOL ODYSSEY
BUNMI ASAOLU, AUTHOR OF SURVIVING SAJOMACO: A NIGERIAN BOARDING SCHOOL ODYSSEY
on this week's episode of the podcast, I had a discussion with Bunmi Asaolu, the author of Surviving SAJOMACO: A Nigerian Boarding School Odyssey. We spoke about what it felt like to live as a child within the Obafemi Awolowo University campus. We spoke about the struggle and more importantly surviving a Nigerian boarding school where he was first a student and later a prefect. Lastly, we spoke about how he and his family left Nigeria for the UK as well as life after university. Bunmi Asaolu is currently the Head of Equity Research at FBNQuest Capital. You can get his book using the following links: Roving Height: https://rhbooks.com.ng/product/surviving-sajomaco-a-nigerian-boarding-school-odyssey/ Amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B09D3V1RWN/ Apple: https://books.apple.com/us/book/surviving-sajomaco/id1580045762?ls=1 Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/books/details/Bunmi_Asaolu_Surviving_SAJOMACO?id=FAE8EAAAQBAJ
47:49
September 01, 2021
LET'S TOUR AFRICA (CAMEROON)
LET'S TOUR AFRICA (CAMEROON)
In the first episode of the Let's Tour Africa series, I spoke with Dr. Nde from Cameroon. Cameroon is a unique country in Central Africa and I learnt about it. Listen and share.
33:12
August 29, 2021
A CONVERSATION WITH VEEVAH, HOST OF GIDISTORIES
A CONVERSATION WITH VEEVAH, HOST OF GIDISTORIES
Veevah is the host of Gidistories, where she speaks about happenings in Africa most populous city, Lagos. In this discussion, we talked about how she made her childhood, her ordeal with losing 3 family members (a sister, her mum and dad), her entrance into the radio industry and why she started podcasting.  Link to Veevah's podcast: https://linktr.ee/Gidistories
48:45
August 25, 2021
AN INTERVIEW WITH SEWA OF A SERIES CONVERSATION WITH SEWA PODCAST
AN INTERVIEW WITH SEWA OF A SERIES CONVERSATION WITH SEWA PODCAST
On this week's episode of the podcast, I spoke with Sewa, the host of A Series Conversation with Sewa. We spoke about her love for films and series, her struggle with inferiority complex as a result of her weight and eye etc. You can listen to episodes of Sewa's podcast via this link: www.podpage.com/aseriesconversation
42:36
August 23, 2021
A DISCUSSION WITH BROWN THE HOST OF NUDEZONE WITH BROWN
A DISCUSSION WITH BROWN THE HOST OF NUDEZONE WITH BROWN
On this week's episode of the podcast, I interviewed Brown, the host of Nudezone with Brown. We spoke about her personal life as well as her podcasting journey. You can listen to more episodes of her podcast on http://linktr.ee/Nudezonewithbrown 
47:09
August 18, 2021
A PRELUDE TO THE 'LET'S TOUR AFRICA' SERIES
A PRELUDE TO THE 'LET'S TOUR AFRICA' SERIES
Let's tour Africa is a series where I intend to speak with someone from every African country about their countries. On this episode, I touch on the geographical division of the continent a prelude to the series.
07:49
August 15, 2021
WELCOME TO SEASON 2
WELCOME TO SEASON 2
I am back. It's season 2. It is bigger! It is better! I can't wait to have you on board.
07:27
August 08, 2021
I AM GOING ON A BREAK
I AM GOING ON A BREAK
After a year and half of podcasting and 79 episodes, I am going on a break. See you guys August 7th.
02:37
June 21, 2021
DAMOLA MORENIKEJI: A LIFE DEDICATED TO SERVICE TO HUMANITY
DAMOLA MORENIKEJI: A LIFE DEDICATED TO SERVICE TO HUMANITY
In this week's episode of the podcast, I spoke with Damola Morenikeji, the COO of Joy Inc, an organization with a mission to transform sub-Saharan Africa into a mental, emotional and spiritual safe space. We spoke about how he became an author whilst in secondary school and how he helped other students fulfil their dream of becoming authors themselves. We also spoke about how he continued his work of service in the university and the price he had to pay to do so. Lastly, he spoke about his work at Joy Inc.
44:51
June 17, 2021
MAGNUS OKEKE: NO LABELS! MAGNUS IS MAGNUS
MAGNUS OKEKE: NO LABELS! MAGNUS IS MAGNUS
In this episode, I had an interesting conversation with Magnus Okeke. Magnus hates labels. But if you must describe him, he is a product manager, a customer support person, a software tester and a blogger. We spoke about many things from how he poisoned the village river at the age of 6; how he got a remote job with an international organization with only an OND degree; we spoke about investment and many more. All I can say is that this is one discussion that is filled with a lot of gems. Listen and thank me later. Disclaimer: Magnus's advice about investment are just his personal position on things, make sure you make your own personal research before putting in your hard earn money in any thing.  Magnus blogs at www.iammagnus.com 
56:57
June 09, 2021
KOFI ANAN: SIXTY YEARS AT THE UNITED NATIONS
KOFI ANAN: SIXTY YEARS AT THE UNITED NATIONS
On this week's episode of the podcast, I profiled the life of the Ghanaian diplomat, Kofi Anan who spent 60 years at the United Nations.
06:51
June 08, 2021
IJILA ITUNU: PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER, PASSIONATE PHYSICIST
IJILA ITUNU: PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER, PASSIONATE PHYSICIST
On this week's interview of the podcast, I spoke with Ijila Itunu, the brain behind Innovative Fotography. She is a wedding photographer and a passionate Physicist. She spoke about how she graduated from secondary school at the age of 13, her father's reaction when he found out she was pursuing photography as well as advice to upcoming photographers. Listen!
37:23
June 02, 2021
ON BIAFRA REMEMBRANCE DAY
ON BIAFRA REMEMBRANCE DAY
On this week's episode of the podcast, I took a break from the African Nobel Laureate series to pay tribute to those who lost their lives during Biafra war. Listen.
01:56
June 01, 2021
LANTAM ABDUL-JABAR: THE ROAD TO BUILDING COLDSiS
LANTAM ABDUL-JABAR: THE ROAD TO BUILDING COLDSiS
On this week's episode, I spoke with Yakubu Lantam Abdul-Jabar. He is the Cofounder of Coldsis, a pan African and member of Ghana Youth Parliament.
42:49
May 26, 2021
WANGARI MAATHAI: THE FIRST AFRICAN WOMAN TO WIN THE NOBEL PEACE PRIZE
WANGARI MAATHAI: THE FIRST AFRICAN WOMAN TO WIN THE NOBEL PEACE PRIZE
On this week's episode of This is the Future, I profiled the life and work of Wangari Maathai of Kenya who became the first African woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize and the first woman in East and Central Africa to become a Doctor of Philosophy. Wangari Maathai was an environmentalist, a politician and a political activist. She protested and went to prison for her beliefs. She went on to win a seat in parliament after she and other pro-democracy activists fought for democracy. 
08:47
May 24, 2021
ARAMIDE OLUWADAHUNSI: THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A HOME AND A HOUSE
ARAMIDE OLUWADAHUNSI: THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A HOME AND A HOUSE
Life has a way of dealing us different cards. But when we find individuals who push themselves in order to turn the tables, we find their stories inspiring. On this episode, I spoke with Aramide. This is a story of grit, hardwork and resilience. But, you don't have to take my words for it. Listen!
48:19
May 20, 2021
GOOD NIGHT ABDULRAHMAN IBRAHIM
GOOD NIGHT ABDULRAHMAN IBRAHIM
Abdulrahman Ibrahim was the third guest I had on the interview segment of This is the Future. Sadly, on Friday, I learnt that he passed on.  More than a guest on this podcast, he was a friend and at some point, we did business together. It is shocking, it is unbelievable.  As a form of tribute, Queen Raffy (another podcaster) and I recorded this tribute to his honour. Good night Ibrahim.
05:46
May 17, 2021
EMMANUEL AGIDA: THE 17YR OLD WHO BECAME THE YOUNGEST POLITICAL APPOINTEE IN NIGERIA
EMMANUEL AGIDA: THE 17YR OLD WHO BECAME THE YOUNGEST POLITICAL APPOINTEE IN NIGERIA
Emmanuel Agida is a bundle of inspiration. In this interview, we spoke about how the death of his father pushed him to challenge himself, how he published a book at age 12, his political ambition and more.
51:44
May 12, 2021
NELSON MANDELA: A LONG WALK TO FREEDOM
NELSON MANDELA: A LONG WALK TO FREEDOM
On this week's episode, I profiled the life of lawyer, politician, activist and the first black president of South Africa, Nelson Mandela. I touched on his childhood, the death of his father, living with the Regent of Thembu land, expulsion from Fort Hare, run away from home and his introduction to politics. Listen and thank me later.
15:08
May 11, 2021
ADEBOTE 'SEYIFUNMI: THE LONG JOURNEY TO THE UNITED NATIONS' GENERAL ASSEMBLY
ADEBOTE 'SEYIFUNMI: THE LONG JOURNEY TO THE UNITED NATIONS' GENERAL ASSEMBLY
On this week's episode of the podcast, I spoke with podcaster, activist, writer, media and communication personnel (and so on and so forth), Adebote Oluwaseyifunmi. We spoke on how he gained admission into the university to study Forestry (a course he did not love at first) to how he gained entrance into radio and media in general. We also talked about how he saw a need in the environment, tried to fill it and ended up becoming an environmental activist. He even represented Nigeria at the United Nations General Assembly. Listen now.
49:06
May 05, 2021
WOLE SOYINKA: FIRST BLACK AFRICAN TO WIN THE NOBEL PRIZE FOR LITERATURE
WOLE SOYINKA: FIRST BLACK AFRICAN TO WIN THE NOBEL PRIZE FOR LITERATURE
On this week's episode, I detailed the childhood, education, activism, imprisonment and how Wole Soyinka won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1986. Episode where I spoke about apartheid in South Africa: https://www.podpage.com/this-is-the-future/albert-lithuli-and-desmond-tutu-two-warriors-fighting-the-same-demon/ Episode where I spoke about Idi Ami of Uganda: https://www.podpage.com/this-is-the-future/yoweri-museveni-journey-from-revolution-to-dictatorship/ Episode where I spoke about Ken Saro Wiwa: https://www.podpage.com/this-is-the-future/remembering-ken-saro-wiwa-and-the-ogoni-8/
11:25
May 03, 2021
AWOLOLA DAVID: FROM SCIENCE CLASS TO BANKING HALL
AWOLOLA DAVID: FROM SCIENCE CLASS TO BANKING HALL
On this week's episode of the podcast, David spoke about how he left his parents to go and live with an uncle in the northern part of Nigeria. He talked about his academical struggles whilst in secondary school as well as his financial struggles whilst in the university. He also touched on how he got his entrance into the banking sector after studying computer science and basically being in the sciences all his life. Go and listen!
50:26
April 28, 2021
ALBERT LITHULI AND DESMOND TUTU: TWO WARRIORS FIGHTING THE SAME DEMON.
ALBERT LITHULI AND DESMOND TUTU: TWO WARRIORS FIGHTING THE SAME DEMON.
On this week's episode of the podcast, I profiled the lives of two South Africans who won the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1961 and 1984 respectively.  These two men, one a chief and politician, the other, a bishop were great instruments in the fight against apartheid. Listen and share.
13:47
April 27, 2021
Omowunmi Adeyemi: Admission, Student Magazine & Becoming Beautiful Nubia's PA
Omowunmi Adeyemi: Admission, Student Magazine & Becoming Beautiful Nubia's PA
On this week's episode of the podcast, I spoke with my friends, Omowunmi Adeyemi. She narrated the story of how she almost lost her life in the Ikeja Bomb Blast of 2002 that happened in Lagos Nigeria. We spoke about how she dealt with the difficulty of gaining admission into the university; how she started a student magazine; how she met Beautiful Nubia (a popular Nigerian singer) and later became his Personal Assistant. To read about backstories and lessons I learnt from this interview, visit https://thisisalsoafrica.com/omowunmi-adeyemi-admission-student-magazine-becoming-beautiful-nubias-pa/
58:29
April 21, 2021
LEYMAH GBOWEE: THE WOMAN WHO CHALLENGED A DICTATOR TO HIS FACE
LEYMAH GBOWEE: THE WOMAN WHO CHALLENGED A DICTATOR TO HIS FACE
On this week's episode of the podcast, I talked about Leymah Gbowee, a Liberian woman who was one of the winners of the Nobel Peace Prize of 2011. She is a social worker and an activist of peace. She rallied thousands of women to take part in non-violence demonstrations which finally led to the removal of Charles Taylor, the dictator from Liberia.
09:04
April 18, 2021
ABDULRAHMAN IBRAHIM: SHOOTING FOR THE SKY FROM THE BARRACKS
ABDULRAHMAN IBRAHIM: SHOOTING FOR THE SKY FROM THE BARRACKS
On this week's episode of the podcast, I spoke with Abdulrahman Ibrahim, CEO of Motionwares. He spoke on how he defied the wish of his parents who wanted him to join the military. He also spoke on how he started his first business fresh out of secondary school and how he lost about 700,000 naira as a studentpreneur. This is the story of how a young boy from the barrack pursued his dream of becoming expert in software as well as starting a company. It is knowledge back to back to back. Let's get into it. You can also read lessons I learn from my discussion with Ibrahim as well as backstories on the blog, https://thisisalsoafrica.com/abdulrahman-ibrahim-defying-army-dad-and-police-mum-to-pursue-his-dream/.
51:18
April 13, 2021
DR. DENIS MUKWEGE: FATHER TO MANY GIRLS, SAVIOUR OF MANY WOMEN
DR. DENIS MUKWEGE: FATHER TO MANY GIRLS, SAVIOUR OF MANY WOMEN
On this week's episode of the podcast, I profiled Dr. Denis Mukwege, a Congolese who won the Nobel Peace Prize (jointly with Nadia Murad) in 2018. Dr. Denis is the founder of Panzi hospital and has helped thousands of girls and women who had been raped as a weapon of war.
12:48
April 12, 2021
OMOYELE OLAMIPOSI: THE LADY WHO WEARS MANY HATS
OMOYELE OLAMIPOSI: THE LADY WHO WEARS MANY HATS
On this week's episode of the interview segment, I spoke with Omoyele Olamiposi. She is a content creator; she is a digital marketer; she is a lawyer; she is a foodpreneur. We spoke about everything from her writing to her food business. She is also touched on how she overcame polio in order to achieve all she has achieved. Who is hungry for knowledge? Let's dig in. For backstories and lessons I learnt from the interview with Omoyele, check out this blog post: https://thisisalsoafrica.com/omoyele-olamiposi-the-lady-who-wears-many-hats/ Don't forget to follow us on Twitter: www.twitter.com/titfpodcast and www.twitter.com/iamdayomoyo
38:06
April 06, 2021
THE HISTORY OF THE NOBEL PRIZE
THE HISTORY OF THE NOBEL PRIZE
On this week's episode of the podcast, I relay the history of the Nobel Prize. In talking about the prize, I placed a spotlight on Alfred Nobel, the man behind the prize. Do not forget to share the podcast the Africans and lovers of Africa. Do well to follow us on Twitter, @titfpodcast and @iamdayomoyo.
06:37
April 04, 2021
ABDUL GAFARU YAHAYA: BUILDING AFRICA'S ALIBABA
ABDUL GAFARU YAHAYA: BUILDING AFRICA'S ALIBABA
On this week's episode of our interview segment, I spoke with Abdul Gafaru Yahaya, a student-preneur from Ghana who is on a mission to emancipate his people through commerce. One of his dreams is to build the Alibaba of Africa. This is a story of a young boy from the village (with no computers) who dared to dream. You can read about back stories and lessons I learn from this episode on www.thisisalsoafrica.com/abdul-gafaru-yahaya-building-africas-alibaba. Don't forget to share this episode with loved ones and subscribe to the newsletter. Also, follow us on Twitter, @titfpodcast| @iamdayomoyo #Interview
34:58
March 30, 2021
INTRODUCING A NEW SERIES AND A NEW SEGMENT
INTRODUCING A NEW SERIES AND A NEW SEGMENT
On this week's episode of the podcast, I announced the end of the Dictator's series. I would be taking on a new interesting series. Listen to find out what the new series would be all about.
03:16
March 29, 2021
HOSNI MUBARAK: THREE DECADES TOO LONG
HOSNI MUBARAK: THREE DECADES TOO LONG
On this week's week episode of the podcast, I took a journey to north Africa, precisely Egypt to unravel the story of yet another African dictator. This strong man was not disposed by Western power, neither was he disposed by a coup or military intervention. This episode is a must listen!
09:16
March 24, 2021
CHARLES TAYLOR: CHARGED AND SENTENCED
CHARLES TAYLOR: CHARGED AND SENTENCED
On this week's episode of the podcast, I'm taking you on a journey to the West African country of Liberia as I tell you the story of yet another dictator, Charles Taylor.
15:06
March 16, 2021
MUAMMAR GADDAFI: HERO OR VILLAIN
MUAMMAR GADDAFI: HERO OR VILLAIN
On this week's episode, I would be taking you a journey into the life of Muammar Gaddafi
15:43
February 28, 2021
ROBERT MUGABE: HOW ZIMBABWE'S MOSES BECAME ITS PHARAOH
ROBERT MUGABE: HOW ZIMBABWE'S MOSES BECAME ITS PHARAOH
In today's episode of the podcast, I went back in history to the origin of the socio-political peculiarity of Zimbabwe, relaying how the country shaped Robert Mugabe and how Robert Mugabe shaped the country.
24:23
February 09, 2021
YOWERI MUSEVENI: JOURNEY FROM REVOLUTION TO DICTATORSHIP
YOWERI MUSEVENI: JOURNEY FROM REVOLUTION TO DICTATORSHIP
This is the first episode of African Dictators series. It details the journey of Yoweri Museveni from revolutionist to dictatorship. It also gave a background political landscape of Uganda before the entrance of Museveni. Credits Background Music: https://www.bensound.com Ugandan Anthem: Kampalafm.com
11:53
February 01, 2021
INTRODUCING AFRICAN DICTATORS SERIES
INTRODUCING AFRICAN DICTATORS SERIES
On today's episode of the podcast, I introduced the new series, The Dictators
04:52
January 25, 2021
REMINISCING ON A YEAR OF PODCASTING
REMINISCING ON A YEAR OF PODCASTING
On this week's episode of the podcast, I took a step back to reminisce on how far I have come with this podcasting thing.
06:48
December 27, 2020
AJALA TRAVELLED ALL OVER THE WORLD: TRUE OR FALSE
AJALA TRAVELLED ALL OVER THE WORLD: TRUE OR FALSE
On this week's episode of the podcast, I seek to answer the question if Ajala truly travelled all over the world.
10:09
December 21, 2020
JUNE 12: A DARK, DARK DAY FOR NIGERIA'S DEMOCRACY
JUNE 12: A DARK, DARK DAY FOR NIGERIA'S DEMOCRACY
On this week's episode of the podcast, I recounted what happened in Nigeria during the June 12, 1993 election.
09:45
December 13, 2020
OPUTA PANEL: VISITING THE SINS OF THE PAST
OPUTA PANEL: VISITING THE SINS OF THE PAST
On today's episode of the podcast, I discussed the setting up, investigations and recommendations of the Human Rights Violation Investigation Commission of Nigeria popularly known as the Oputa Panel.
07:58
December 06, 2020
ALI MUST GO PROTEST: THE DAY NIGERIAN STUDENTS DARED TO SAY NO
ALI MUST GO PROTEST: THE DAY NIGERIAN STUDENTS DARED TO SAY NO
On today's episode of This is the Future podcast, I relayed the event of what happened on April 1978, known popularly as the mother of all students' protest in Nigeria.
07:10
November 29, 2020
DELE GIWA: THE TALE OF A LETTER BOMB
DELE GIWA: THE TALE OF A LETTER BOMB
On this week's episode, I narrated the events that surrounded the death of Dele Giwa, the former Editor in Chief of Newswatch.
09:55
November 21, 2020
REMEMBERING KEN SARO WIWA AND THE OGONI 8
REMEMBERING KEN SARO WIWA AND THE OGONI 8
On this week's episode of This is the Future Podcast, I relay the history of the struggle and (sadly) the death of Ken Saro Wiwa and his colleagues and draw a parallel between the response of the Abacha regime and the response of Buhari's government to the End SARS Protest.
08:04
November 14, 2020
DO NOT JUST BE A TALKIE-TALKIE
DO NOT JUST BE A TALKIE-TALKIE
On this episode's of This is the Future Podcast, I implore not just to talk or set goals but also to ready to put in the work.
05:43
October 03, 2020
DO YOU BELIEVE IN YOURSELF?
DO YOU BELIEVE IN YOURSELF?
Are you downcast? Do you think you are good for nothing? Listen to this week's episode of the podcast to discover who you truly are. You can join the Telegram Channel by clicking t.me/thisisthefuturepodcast so as not to miss any episode.
07:48
September 26, 2020
NOW THAT SCHOOLS HAVE RESUMED
NOW THAT SCHOOLS HAVE RESUMED
Finally, schools would be resuming after about six months of compulsory lock down. In this week's episode of the podcast, I remind you that to get the best this term begins from the first day of school.
04:35
September 20, 2020
A SCHOOL IS FIRST A SOCIAL GATHERING.
A SCHOOL IS FIRST A SOCIAL GATHERING.
On this week's episode of the podcast, I spoke about the 'why' of a school and how thinking about it can make school a better place for our children.
05:58
August 08, 2020
BIAS BY DEFAULT
BIAS BY DEFAULT
By default, we all have our biases. We all have our preconceived notion on how things should be. On today's episode of the podcast I spoke of how an online class taught me a lesson on biasness.
06:47
August 01, 2020
CAN ANYTHING GOOD COME OUT OF NAZARETH?
CAN ANYTHING GOOD COME OUT OF NAZARETH?
'Talent is equally distributed but opportunity is not' ~ Leila Janah. On this week's episode of the podcast, I spoke about how we need to create the opportunity that will help children thrive in this part of the world.
12:34
July 13, 2020
WHY FORCE WHEN YOU CAN INSPIRE
WHY FORCE WHEN YOU CAN INSPIRE
On this week's episode of the podcast, I relayed another lesson I learnt from running an online school. The power of inspiration!
11:16
July 06, 2020
AN ODE TO TEACHERS
AN ODE TO TEACHERS
On today's episode of This is the Future Podcast, I praise the effort of teachers and exhort society to give them the respect due to them. There is a pandemic in society and teachers have been hit badly. I hope that this poetry serves as balm to the broken heart of a teacher out there. I love you.
06:55
June 28, 2020
HOW MY STUDENTS TAUGHT ME TO LOVE
HOW MY STUDENTS TAUGHT ME TO LOVE
On this week's episode of the podcast, I will be narrating how my students make me realize the power of love.
07:28
June 21, 2020
DO YOU UNDERSTAND?
DO YOU UNDERSTAND?
On today's episode of the podcast, I take the plea for the many teens around the world that feel that they are not understood.
08:40
June 13, 2020
REMINISCING WITH OLUWAPELUMI ON OUR EXPERIENCE ON THE WHATSAPP SCHOOL
REMINISCING WITH OLUWAPELUMI ON OUR EXPERIENCE ON THE WHATSAPP SCHOOL
After two months and 1 week, we finally closed our WhatsApp School. On this episode, I discussed with Oluwapelumi who taught in the school about things we will never forget about the school.
44:57
June 01, 2020
METICULOUS MELANCHOLY
METICULOUS MELANCHOLY
On this episode of the podcast, I talked about the fourth temperament, Melancholy. You should listen!
09:18
May 24, 2020
AN INTERVIEW WITH AMAZING ANNA
AN INTERVIEW WITH AMAZING ANNA
Amazing Anna is an amazing teacher. On this week's episode, we discussed teaching, a profession she and I are so passionate about.
35:54
May 17, 2020
BANTER WITH MY STUDENTS ON COVID - 19
BANTER WITH MY STUDENTS ON COVID - 19
On this week's eepisode of This is the Future podcast, I spoke with my students about the Covid - 19 pandemic. I'm awed by their hope, passion, faith and belief.
27:27
May 11, 2020
AN INTERVIEW WITH JOHNSON ABBALY 2
AN INTERVIEW WITH JOHNSON ABBALY 2
This is the continuation of the interview I had with Johnson Abbaly, the convener of SGC WhatsApp School.
30:19
April 20, 2020
AN INTERVIEW WITH JOHNSON ABBALY
AN INTERVIEW WITH JOHNSON ABBALY
Johnson is the convener of SGC WhatsApp School which currently has over 4000 secondary school students in Nigeria. Listen to his ideas about virtual learning as well as his challenges.
32:31
April 05, 2020
TEACHING WHEN TEACHING IS SUPPOSED TO BE HARD
TEACHING WHEN TEACHING IS SUPPOSED TO BE HARD
On this week's episode I spoke about the challenges to be faced teaching during a pandemic
09:33
March 30, 2020
HELPING OUR CHILDREN DURING A PANDEMIC
HELPING OUR CHILDREN DURING A PANDEMIC
Over the past weeks, many countries have been fighting the corona virus. Amongst other things, schools had to be closed indefinitely. On today's episode, I spoke about how we can help our children in the midst of this grim situation.
07:59
March 22, 2020
UNDERSTANDING TEMPERAMENT 4 (PATIENT PHLEGMATIC)
UNDERSTANDING TEMPERAMENT 4 (PATIENT PHLEGMATIC)
On this week's episode, I spoke about the first of the introverts, phlegmatic. This episode is very personal as I am a MelPhleg.
09:46
March 15, 2020
UNDERSTANDING TEMPERAMENT 3 (ROCKY CHOLERIC)
UNDERSTANDING TEMPERAMENT 3 (ROCKY CHOLERIC)
Are you disciplined and strong willed? Are you a doer? You are more or less a Choleric. But you've got some downside you've got to watch put for. Listen...
07:59
March 08, 2020
UNDERSTANDING TEMPERAMENT 2 (SPARKY SANGUINE)
UNDERSTANDING TEMPERAMENT 2 (SPARKY SANGUINE)
Permit me to introduce you to sparky sanguine, the world most renowned sales man.
08:40
February 29, 2020
UNDERSTANDING TEMPERAMENT I
UNDERSTANDING TEMPERAMENT I
Variety is the spice of life! This temperament series will help you to better understand why you act the way you act as well as why people act the way they act.
06:23
February 23, 2020
AN INTERVIEW WITH AN INTERNATIONAL STUDENT
AN INTERVIEW WITH AN INTERNATIONAL STUDENT
Last week, I spoke about the university deficit problem in Africa. This week, I interviewed Ekundayo Ifeoluwa, a graduate of University of South Carolina.
43:09
February 16, 2020
SOLVING AFRICA'S TERTIARY EDUCATION DEFICIT PROBLEM
SOLVING AFRICA'S TERTIARY EDUCATION DEFICIT PROBLEM
Every year about 1.6 million students try to get a place in the tertiary institution of Africa's most populous country. Every year more than half of them will be disappointed!
08:18
February 09, 2020
HOW SMALL SHOULD SMALL CLASSES BE?
HOW SMALL SHOULD SMALL CLASSES BE?
Policy makers and legislators all over the world are trying hard to reduce class size in schools. But the question is how small should small classes be?
10:37
February 02, 2020
THE IMITATION GAME
THE IMITATION GAME
We are all imitators of some sort. More importantly we have to be good models.
12:13
January 25, 2020
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN KNOWING AND KNOWING
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN KNOWING AND KNOWING
Do you know the president of the United States of America? Yes? Well, by the time you finish listening to this episode, you never can tell what your answer will be.
11:09
January 18, 2020
THE MAIN PURPOSE OF TEACHING ISN'T TEACHING
THE MAIN PURPOSE OF TEACHING ISN'T TEACHING
On this week's episode, I try to drive home the point that teachers should focus more on whether their students are learning than the art of teaching for teaching sake.
10:42
January 11, 2020
SHOOTING FOR THE SUN
SHOOTING FOR THE SUN
Aim for the sun, and if you do not hit the sun, at least you will crash among the stars.
08:20
January 05, 2020
WHEN 'WANTS' TRUMP 'NEEDS'
WHEN 'WANTS' TRUMP 'NEEDS'
"You should leave your children enough so they can do anything, but not enough so they can do nothing" - Warren Buffett
10:29
December 28, 2019
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
I wish all listeners of This is the Future podcast a Merry Christmas in advance.
02:16
December 23, 2019
THE GIFT THAT KEEPS ON GIVING
THE GIFT THAT KEEPS ON GIVING
As you go to the mall to get gifts for your loved ones for Christmas, listen to this week's episode of This is the Future so as to get the gift that has the capability to keep on giving.
09:41
December 15, 2019
COMPETITION IS BAD EXCEPT...
COMPETITION IS BAD EXCEPT...
Competition is bad except you learn to learn first and focus on the things that really matter.
08:49
December 08, 2019
THE WORLD IS SITTING ON A TIME BOMB
THE WORLD IS SITTING ON A TIME BOMB
On this week's episode, I talk about how leaders all over the world need to rise up to the occasion of providing an environment where youths can thrive.
07:04
November 30, 2019
THE POWER OF LOVE
THE POWER OF LOVE
Hope, faith, love, but the greatest of these three is love.
09:58
November 23, 2019
SUPER SENSITIVE STRUGGLING STUDENTS
SUPER SENSITIVE STRUGGLING STUDENTS
On this week's episode, I talked about how we can help the super sensitive struggling student taking cue from the Indian film Hichki and the book The Freedom Writers Diary.
12:11
November 16, 2019
IN DEFENCE OF STRUGGLING STUDENTS
IN DEFENCE OF STRUGGLING STUDENTS
In this week's episode, I put myself in the shoes of struggling students and tried to put their feelings into words.
08:08
November 09, 2019
WHEN CHILDREN ASK MANY QUESTIONS
WHEN CHILDREN ASK MANY QUESTIONS
Naturally, children are curious. In this week's episode, I touched on what the response of adults should be when children ask many questions.
10:40
November 02, 2019
DISCOVERING PURPOSE 2
DISCOVERING PURPOSE 2
On this weeks episode of This is the Future, I continue my discussion with Abiodun Mustapha, Purpose Coach and Convener, Purpose Hangout. You can read some of his books on purpose: How to find purpose with clarity - 1)Free Ebook bit.ly/freepurposebook 2) When Life Makes Sense bit.ly/getpurposebook
33:09
October 26, 2019
DISCOVERING PURPOSE 1
DISCOVERING PURPOSE 1
When purpose is unknown, abuse is inevitable. - Myles Munroe
28:37
October 18, 2019
BUILDING A GREAT CULTURE IN SCHOOLS
BUILDING A GREAT CULTURE IN SCHOOLS
A lot has been said about culture in companies but very little about culture in school. On this week's episode, I talked about how a great culture can be built and what constitutes a great culture.
13:40
October 11, 2019
INTRODUCING THIS IS THE FUTURE
INTRODUCING THIS IS THE FUTURE
On today's episode, I will be telling you a little bit about myself, what inspired me to start This is the Future and what I hope to achieve by recording the podcast.
18:22
October 05, 2019