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Wellness & Wahala

Wellness & Wahala

By Dr. Tomi-Omo Oba
A Wellness Wahala Warrior is a WINNER, WORLD-CHANGER, WISE, and WINSOME. They are dedicated to tackling Wahala (which means issues/problems in Nigerian Pidgin) for the good of humanity. Our tribe of subject matter experts in our VILLAGE are a VOICE to the VOICELESS. Oya, join Diplomat & Ambassador for Christ, Dr. Tomi Ademokun (OmoOba)-a Public Health Advisor, as she gives you the best Public Health Wellness and Wahala gist with wonderful people using their compassion to take action to put us on the pathway to a Wahala free life. **All views & statements represented are her own and guests.
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Episode 67: MonkeyPox Wahala: Prevention, Care & Treatment (Host: Dr. Tomi-OmoOba)
Wellness Wahala Warriors: I discuss the recent monkeypox Wahala starting with the history of when it was first discovered. Then I take you to a journey of prevention, care and treatment options available. Furthermore, I talk about the health disparities and health inequities in the accessibility, affordability and availability of therapeutics and vaccines 💉 available globally. Listen, share and send your comments and questions. Wishing you a season free of Wahala! This my birthday month so I have a giveaway coming up so stay tuned to next episode in August for special gift 🎁you could win! Bless up!
August 04, 2022
Episode 66: A Wellness Wahala Bike Journey from London to Lagos (VIP Guest: Kunle Adeyanju)
Wellness Wahala Warriors, I have a special VIP guest today- the legendary Mr. Kunle Adeyanju: the famous Rotarian and Biker 🚴‍♀️ who rode his bike from London to Lagos. I was glad to host the show today in partnership with Linkway Diplomats show and Nigerians in Diaspora Organization (NIDO) South Savannah & NIDO radio. He was recently featured on CNN and here is a brief overview of our discussion and his empowering story; “Lagos, Nigeria (CNN) — Kunle Adeyanju is a self-confessed daredevil who has climbed Mount Kilimanjaro twice and cycled from Lagos to Accra over three days. But it is his latest adventure that is creating a buzz after he successfully completed a motorcycle ride from London to Lagos. The journey took 41 days as he traveled 13,000 kilometers (8,080 miles) through 11 countries and 31 cities. Adeyanju embarked on the trip partly to raise money for polio, in conjunction with the Rotary Club of Ikoyi Metro, Nigeria, where he is president-elect. He says he chose the cause because of a childhood friend who suffered from the debilitating illness. "Polio is a personal thing for me... as a boy, my best friend had polio and when we go swimming or play football, he could do none of those things.. Sadly, my friend passed away some years back. If he hadn't had polio, he probably will still be alive today." The World Health Organization declared Nigeria free of wild polio virus in 2020, but there are still some vaccine-derived cases in the country.” To listen to the full interview live please visit Linkway diplomats YouTube channel and drop your comments, like and share at this link:
July 14, 2022
Episode 65: Mental Health Awareness & Wahala
💗MAY is Mental Health Awareness Month💗 The theme is -“Together For Mental Health” 💕For 2022’s Mental Health Awareness Month, Wellness & Wahala Podcast @wellnesswahala will amplify the message of “Together for Mental Health.” We will use this time to bring our voices together to advocate for mental health and access to care through my next podcast episode dropping on #Wednesday and giving you great gist and gems of wisdom on how I manage mental health, anxiety and wahala issues in general! 💕Together, we can realize our shared vision of a nation where anyone affected by mental illness can get the appropriate support and quality of care to live healthy, fulfilling lives. Bless up! #anxiety #mentalhealth #stressrelief #mentalhealthawareness #wellness #wahala #DrTomi 🎧list of top 60 Mental Health podcast
May 22, 2022
Episode 64: State of Nigeria and Diaspora (VIP Guest Honorable Ambassador Aminu Wisdom)
We have special Honorable Ambassador Aminu Wisdom, and you must listen to full Governance Gist show gist with Former Nigeria 🇳🇬 Ambassador to Canada as he gives us his vision and clear strategic agenda (security, sustainable development, global prominence and redeeming our name as the “Giant of Africa”) for this new year and a call to action for Nigerians in Diaspora and back home. Listen to full episode on all podcast platforms and on Nigerians in Diaspora Organization (NID0) 24/7 online global Radio 📻 🎶Special Praise & WARship🎶 song by Ada Ehi to celebrate #JESUS and Resurrection weekend!
April 18, 2022
Episode 63: The State of Nigeria & Diaspora NIDO (VIP Honorable Guest: DR. BARTHOLOMEW SHEPKONG)
We have special Honorable NIDO BOD Chairman Dr. Bartholomew Shekpong and you must listen to full Governance Gist show gist with special VIP Honorable Guest Board of Trustee (BOT) Chairman of Nigerians in Diaspora Organization (NIDO)! He gives us his vision and clear strategic agenda for this new year and a call to action for Nigerians in Diaspora and back home. Listen to full episode on all podcast platforms and on Nigerians in Diaspora Organization (NID0) 24/7 online global Radio 📻 🎶Special Praise & WARship🎶 song by Victor Thompson to celebrate #JESUS and Resurrection weekend!
April 16, 2022
Episode 62: The State of Nigeria and Diaspora NIDO (Guest: Engineer Tope Esan-NIDO BOT Chairman)
Thanks to NIDO radio 📻 listen to full Governance Gist show with special VIP Honorable Guest-Engineer Tope Esan the Board of Trustee (BOT) Chairman of Nigerians in Diaspora Organization (NIDO)! He gives us his vision and 3 point agenda for this new year and a call to action for Nigerians in Diaspora and back home. Listen to full episode on Wellness & Wahala Podcast and on NIDO radio. Like, Share, and Connect with us on all social media platforms and our website on 24/7 online NIDO radio
April 02, 2022
Episode 61: The State of the Nation-Nigeria & Diaspora (VIP Guest: Legendary Lanre ‘eLDee’ Dabiri)
Wellness and Wahala Warriors I have special VIP guest and Governance Gist today with Legendary-Lanre Dabiri (eLDee)! eLDee is credited as one of the pioneers of the afrobeats music genre. In 1998, he started a band called Trybesmen which went on to be one of the music groups that popularized the fusion of Hip-hop, highlife, pop, and contemporary afrobeat music. Trybesmen were a continental hit by the year 2000 and played a pivotal role in the shaping of the new music genre that became known to the rest of the world as “Afrobeats”. eLDee signed a total of 16 artists to his Trybe Records label. Alongside his music group Trybesmen and other Trybe Records artists, and despite a lack of infrastructure, they produced the massive hit singles “Shake Bodi”, “Plenty nonsense”, "Work it" and "Oya" between 1999 and 2002. eLDee is also credited for jump-starting what became the largest physical distribution network for music and movies (Nollywood) across the African continent in 2001, which enabled the initial reach and influence of Nigerian entertainment across the continent and internationally. After moving to the United States in 2002, eLDee recorded 4 solo albums. He won "Best International Album" at the 2007 Nigeria Entertainment Awards in New York City and was nominated in the category of “Best African artist” at the internationally acclaimed and UK-hosted MOBO (Music of black origin) awards in 2009. He was one of the first Nigerian artists to secure international music collaborations with US artists and was featured on CNN for his hit single “One day” in 2011. eLDee has worked as an artist, songwriter, producer, director, and interactive media consultant. On this episode we discuss with NIDO co-host Mr. Collins Chucks on Governance Gist about the state of Nigeria and the vital importance of the Diaspora. In addition, we also discuss the recent sad outcome of the Nigerian Senators and House of reps not passing and voting YES to the recent Diaspora voting bill which would have allowed us in diaspora to have a vote in helping choose better leaders to transform our nation. As 2023 presidential elections is approaching the Nigerians in Diaspora Organization has implemented an online petition with 5 urgent request and we ask you to sign and support at this link: eLDee drops great gems and tips on how to transform our nation starting with better policies and also socioeconomic empowerment and more. To here full gist and also get a bonus at the end of vital information to participate in his training program that has transformed the lives of many Nigerians both at home and in Diaspora with many now making 6 figure incomes go to his website to learn more and enroll now o: and to listen to his Nigerian American podcast and learn more info go to thanks to NIDO radio 24/7 online and the NIDO Governance gist for the sponsorship of this show. Bless up! NIDO radio link songs of the week 🎶Eldee The Don-“One Day” and “I go Yarn” #PassDiasporaVotingBill NOW! Let’s work and pray towards a #BetterNigeria #NigeriaDecides2023 🗳🇳🇬
March 21, 2022
Episode 60: Honoring our Great Women and Queens
This month of March is Women History Month and on March 8th is International Women’s Day (IWD) celebrated annually. The theme this year for IWD 2022 is - “Gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow”. However, Wellness & Wahala Warriors I salute you good women and Queens not just today but always. Every day women, mom, daughters, aunties, grandmas go the extra mile for their families, communities and nations! We always take care of others and sometime fail to take time to pamper ourselves! I am happy the Queens 👸🏾 in my life (daughter, sister and mom) to a recent trip vacation to Dubai thanks to @ToyinTravelAgency for great luxurious travel deals package at an affordable price. We had so much fun at the Dubai expo and going to the tallest building in the world and to the new Museum of the Future that just opened up. For a list of places visited and to few photos go over to #ToyinTravelAgency Instagram and Facebook Meta page and @WellnessWahala Instagram page too! My call to action to all the women listening to this Wellness & Wahala podcast is take time this month to treat yourself to a spa, small vacation -and you can say you were referred by us @ToyinTravelAgency for discount, have a makeover and get your hair and nails and makeup done and do a photo shoot, take a nice bubble bath if you have a tub or jacuzzi, light some candles, plays some music and dance-shake your body as dancing is great exercise and a good way to burn calories from eating your favorite foods. Also take some free online certified courses to improve your skills and make yourself or your business better- go to to access these free short webinars and courses! Enjoy, and I wish you a season free of Wahala and full of Wellness, Wisdom and great Wins! Bless up!
March 10, 2022
Episode 59: International Mission Humanitarian saving lives in this Wahala Season
Wellness & Wahala Warriors I have great gist from our special VIP guest today, Pastor Bola Adebisi-founder of the International Mission Opportunities (IOM) humanitarian organization. He gives us first hand tips on how he had a dream, was able to implement by the help of God, and how he stayed focused despite wahala challenges through decades to continue to save lives. To find out more about IOM and and also take part as a volunteer, become a donor, or partner with the free medical surgeries and mission in Nigeria please visit Wellness & Wahala podcast is sponsored by Nigerians in Diaspora Organization (NIDO) radio. 🎶Song by Solomon Lange-“Nagode”-meaning Thank You in Hausa
February 16, 2022
Episode 58: Empowering Women through WEBS Ministries in this Wahala Season (Guest:Omaboyowa Roberts)
Wellness Wahala Warriors we have great gist, prayers, and tools you need to overcome plenty Wahala this season with tips from our VIP guest-Mrs. Robert’s. She is the founder of Women e-Bible Studies (WEBS) Ministries. To learn more you can reach her on Instagram at and their website 🎶🎧Song of the week: Ada Ehi & Limoblaze-“Okay” with God all will be Okay this season. Wishing you no Wahala this season. Bless up!
January 26, 2022
Episode 57: The 21 days #NoWahalaPray Challenge
Happy New Year 5782/2022 Wellness & Wahala Warriors! We will start to dedicated this new season with a 21 day #NoWahalaPray Challenge focused on Prayers & Praise to position ourselves for Gods supernatural Power and will to be implemented through us as his Ambassadors for Christ for such a time as this. Week 1: Personal Renewal will be our prayer point for the first 7 days, Week 2: Renewal in the Ecclesia & Body of Christ for next 7 days, and Week 3: Renewal in our Nations & World for last 7 days. Follow Wellness & Wahala podcast on Instagram and Facebook using the hashtag #NoWahalaPray to post your prayer request and testimonies. Bless up!🎶Intro: “Titi Lokei-African Dance” and “Outro song of the week: “Banky W & Mercy Chinwo-Selense”
January 04, 2022
Episode 56: International Human Solidarity Day
🤎International Human Solidarity Day is: 🙌🏾a day to celebrate our unity in diversity; 🙌🏾a day to remind governments to respect their commitments to international agreements; 🙌🏾a day to raise public awareness of the importance of solidarity; 🙌🏾a day to encourage debate on the ways to promote solidarity for the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals including poverty eradication; 🙌🏾a day of action to encourage new initiatives for poverty eradication.🎶Music Intro by AfroTrap Queen-Titi Lokei “African Dance” and outro music by Dunsin Oyekan “Yah”
December 21, 2021
Episode 55: Preserving African History, Languages & Legacy through folktales (Guest:Ada Ari)
Wellness Wahala Warriors I have a special VIP guest today-Ada Ari, who is an Author & Entrepreneur. In this episode You will learn the Importance of Preserving African history, languages & legacy. Also, you will find out tips on how to overcome wahala on your pathway to success. Furthermore, we also learn other great gist about her motivation to write books & the importance of havIng a village of supporters. To learn more listen now to full episode and share comments using hashtag #WellnessWahala and also listen at NIDO radio one of our sponsors and Anchor. To order Ada wonderful books please visit her website and she is also on all social media platforms. *Afrobeat music-“Simi song Women”
December 12, 2021
Episode 54: Frontline HERO-Neurologist & Emergency Medicine Doctor (Guest: Dr. Benedict Idowu)
Special Honorable Guest Dr. Benedict Ekundayo Idowu gives us great gist and tips to empower you on this Wahala life journey to fulfilling your purpose and God given destiny! From his starting points in Plateau state Nigeria in a small northern village not too far from Jos, then to Edo state Benin City, then United States, to the Caribbean, and then back to the U.S. to finally fulfill his dreaming of becoming a top Medical Doctor and Neurologist & Emergency medicine physician. The journey not easy o but it was well worth it. Tune in now on NIDO radio our sponsors. To reach Dr. Idowu please visit his website at music credit song: “One Voice Children’s choir covering Alicia Keys song-GOOD JOB”-dedicated to COVID-19 workers and HEROs
December 04, 2021
Episode 53: International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women (Host: Dr. Tomi-OmoOba)
👊🏿Wellness Wahala Warriors, today is the “International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women” As in previous years, this year's International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women launches 16 days of activism to be concluded on the 10th of December 2020 — the day that commemorates the International Human Rights Day. Several public events are being coordinated and iconic buildings and landmarks will be 'oranged' to recall the need for a violence-free future. 2021 Theme: Orange the World: End Violence against Women Now! Nearly 1 in 3 women have been abused in their lifetime. In times of crises, the numbers rise, as seen during the COVID-19 pandemic and recent humanitarian crises, conflicts and climate disasters. A new report from UN Women, based on data from 13 countries since the pandemic, shows that 2 in 3 women reported that they or a woman they know experienced some form of violence and are more likely to face food insecurity. Only 1 in 10 women said that victims would go to the police for help. While pervasive, gender-based violence is not inevitable. It can and must be prevented. Stopping this violence starts with believing survivors, adopting comprehensive and inclusive approaches that tackle the root causes, transform harmful social norms, and empower women and girls. With survivor-centred essential services across policing, justice, health, and social sectors, and sufficient financing for the women’s rights agenda, we can end gender-based violence. To raise awareness, this year's theme is "Orange the World: End Violence against Women Now!". Orange is our color to represent a brighter future free of violence against women and girls. Be part of the orange movement! 🌸 Did you know? 🌸1 in 3 women and girls experience physical or sexual violence in their lifetime, most frequently by an intimate partner. 🌸One hundred thirty-seven women are killed by a member of their family every day. 🌸Fewer than 40 per cent of the women who experience violence seek help of any sort. Call to action-Join the campaign! 👊🏿You can make a difference and participate in person or on social media! Start your own conversation about gender-based violence using the hashtags: #GenerationEquality #WellnessWahala #orangetheworld #16days and #spreadtheword. This episode is played and sponsored by Nigerians in Diaspora Organization(NIDO) radio and tune in online at 🎶song this week is from Victor Thompson “Dependable GOD”
November 25, 2021
Episode 51: Sabi Nation-How una see em? (Guests: Femi & Maazi)
🎙My people, how you Dey? Wellness & Wahala Warriors I have great gist and special VIP Guests Today. Femi and Maazi are Hosts of ‘Sabi Nation’ podcast, we welcome una to this show sponsored and played on Nigerians and Diaspora Organization (NIDO) radio program online 24/7. On todays episode, we dey discuss matter wey concern our everyday lives in Diaspora and Nigeria-Weda na Politics o, Education, Family, Lifestyle… nothin wey we no go put mouth for dis program. We go talk as di matter for these two who Sabi be subject matter experts and make dem come break am down for us. Na Femi and Maazi go dey carry una waka for dis journey. 🎧To learn more about Sabi Nation and listen to their podcast show please visit their website at 🙌🏾Wishing you all a season free of No Wahala. Bless up!
November 09, 2021
Episode 50: Lessons from my Popsie-(Engineer Dolapo Joshua Ademokun)
Today marks 8 years since my Popsie Engineer Dolapo Joshua (DJ) Ademokun passed away to paradise to be with Baba GOD/OLUWA. It still hurts and I wish to hear my Papa voice but I keep alive his great memories and family legacy and lessons he thought me. I give you the top 5 family legacy tips my dad passed down to me and my family to help you overcome Wahala; 1. Family Relationship legacy, 2. Transfer of family history and knowledge, 3. Family wealth management, 4. Legacy of being a lifetime learner and importance of Education, 5. Most important seeking God and putting Christ first in everything to succeed in fulfilling our purpose and much more gist! I play 3 songs to honor my Popsie D.J. Ademokun from 1. Johnny Drille-“Papa” 2. Ebenezer Obey-“Ota Mi Dehin Lehin Mi” and 3. Titi Lokei-“African Dance” and I leave you with 2 of my Papa favorite wellness Wahala Bible scriptures from Joshua 1: 5-9 and Psalm 23🙏🏾 Please create good memories with all your loved ones and make peace with all and cherish every time you get with all your loved ones. Make recordings and videos as I miss hearing my dad voice and I go back to watch some of the videos he recorded with us. Wishing you all no Wahala this season! Bless up💕
November 04, 2021
Episode 49: Nigerians in Diaspora Organization (NIDO) President (Guest: Professor Joseph Igietseme)
Wellness and Wahala Warriors we have a special Honorable Guest today-President of Nigerians in Diaspora organization (NIDO) South Savannah Georgia U.S.A chapter Professor Joseph Igietseme. Come learn how the benefits of becoming a member of NIDO, and our newly launch virtual online global NIDO radio and upcoming TV program. Visit NIDO website at to join and listen to our NIDO radio
October 27, 2021
Episode 48: Deeper Dive into Joseph Mandate (Guest: Michael Adeyemi Adefarasin)
We have a very special guest-Michael Adeyemi Adefarasin who is an Ambassador for Christ, Apostle, and Author of soon to be released new book “Joseph Mandate.” Alexandria and Timbuktu by extension Africa were the cradles of ancient civilisation, they built Palaces, Safe harbours, Lighthouses, the greatest library in the world, the greatest museum of antiquities, It boasted of Architectural feats, their mathematical genius, understanding of Sciences, astronomy and a myriad of other things that blessed the world. World food day is celebrated every October starting on October 16th with theme of “The future of food is in our hands” so this discussion goes into a deeper dive of how we can use Joseph Mandate new book to address the food Wahala issues we are facing. Africa was the crucible of all great cultures and minds of the ancient world through Alexandria. In fact, in biblical times Africa played very crucial roles such as preserving the posterity of the Hebrews, being a place of refuge for Jesus during the time of Herod, Queen of Sheba’s wealth came from Africa supporting the kingdom expansion, the Ethiopian Eunuch and Candice the Queen from Ethiopia. The Joseph mandate book is about God raising up a Joseph type company of people mandated to spearhead systemic reformation and transformation for sustainable socioeconomic growth to empower the continent for the fulfilment of its redemptive purpose. The time has come for Africa to arise and to provide leadership (spiritual and economic) to the world (Isa 19:19). Revival shall come out of Cush (Ps 68:32). The Joseph Mandate is about God releasing mantles and activating giftings to empower those within and the diaspora to take responsibility for the reformation and transformation of the continent for the advancement of the kingdom of God in the earth. Thus, this book is about how God would use a Joseph type people to rebuild Africa so as to preserve a posterity of Jehovah’s seed and secure His remnant in the earth (Gen45:5-7). The book will serve as a blueprint and mandate for sustainable development and Africa’s transformation for a #ResilientAfrica. To learn more and to get a copy of The Joseph Mandate book that will be launch soon please visit the website and links below: Michael Adeyemi Adefarasin (MAA) website: MAA Facebook: MAA Instagram: Michael Adeyemi Adefarasin (@michaeladeyemiadefarasin) • Please leave comments on all social media using the hashtag #JosephMandate #ResilientAfrica #WellnessWahala and also follow the podcast on Instagram and email us at with feedback or questions! Wellness & Wahala scriptures for the week: 19 In that day there will be an altar to Adonai in the middle of the land of Egypt, and next to the border a pillar to Adonai. (Isaiah 19:19) 32 Nobles come from Egypt. Cush runs to stretch her hands to God. (Psalm 32: 4) Wishing you no Wahala this week. Bless up! **music🎶Dunsin Oyekan-Fragrance to Fire
October 22, 2021
Episode 47: Breast Cancer Awareness-Screening Saves lives (Dr. Tomi-OmoOba)
🌸October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual campaign to raise awareness about the impact of breast cancer. Join me today as I launch a new episode of Wellness & Wahala podcast to discuss prevention, care & support, and salute all cancer survivors. 🌸The past year has posed a challenge to just about everything, and breast cancer prevention is no exception. Although we saw setbacks in screenings and early detection, we’re rising to the challenge together. 🌸Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the U.S. and we need to spread the word more than early screenings saves lives. For more information on free screening near you in the U.S. please visit
October 06, 2021
Episode 45: My 40 years to the Promise Land-Oluwa is Involved
Wellness Wahala Warriors guest what-I turned 40 years old! In this episode you will learn how I went through the painful journey and process these 4 decades on my pathway to prosperity and fulfilling my God given purpose. The theme for my birthday is, “OLUWA is Involved” because GOD has been involved in every aspect of my journey till now and Jehovah Oluwa my Father all glory and honor for everything I am today is to His credit! Shout out to all my Leo’s #LionofTribeofJudah. Healing scriptures used recently while me and my family and friends battled and o we same covid19 we Jehovah Rapha our healer help. Listen to healing audio: and and Please LIKE, SUBSCRIBE, and WRITE A GOOD REVIEW! Bless up!
August 31, 2021
Episode 44: World Environment & Food Safety Day (Host: Dr. Tomi)
World Environment Day theme-REIMAGINE. RECREATE. RESTORE. For too long, we have been exploiting and destroying our planet’s ecosystems. Every three seconds, the world loses enough forest to cover a football pitch and over the last century we have& destroyed half of our& wetlands. As much as 50 per cent of our coral reefs have already been lost and up to 90 per cent of coral reefs could be lost by 2050, even if global warming is limited to an increase of 1.5°C. 💚Ecosystem loss is depriving the world of carbon sinks, like forests and peatlands, at a time humanity can least afford it. Global greenhouse gas emissions have grown for three consecutive years and the planet is one pace for potentially catastrophic climate change. 🌱The emergence of COVID-19 has also shown just how disastrous the consequences of ecosystem loss can be. By shrinking the area of natural habitat for animals, we have created ideal conditions for pathogens – including coronaviruses – to spread. 🌍With this big and challenging picture, the World Environment Day is focus in the ecosystem restoration and its theme is “Reimagine. Recreate.Restore.” 🥑World Food Safety day theme- “Food safety, everyone’s business”, the action-oriented campaign promotes global food safety awareness and calls upon countries and decision makers, the private sector, civil society, UN organizations and the general public to take action. Why improving food safety is important 🌱Access to sufficient amounts of safe food is key to sustaining life and promoting good health. Foodborne illnesses are usually infectious or toxic in nature and often invisible to the plain eye, caused by bacteria, viruses, parasites or chemical substances entering the body through contaminated food or water. 🥝Food safety has a critical role in assuring that food stays safe at every stage of the food chain - from production to harvest, processing, storage, distribution, all the way to preparation and consumption. Listen to the end for African food proverb of the week and write a 5 star review on any of the podcast listening platforms, and like and share, and comment using hashtag #WellnessWahala on all of our social media pages for a chance to win 🥗#ToMuTi Nigerian cookbook with healthy nutritious meals! Also, I have a special clip at the end speaking on the Wahala van on Twitter in Nigeria and want to hear your thoughts and comments. Wishing you no Wahala this week. Bless up!
June 08, 2021
Episode 43: International days of Families-Mother & Daughter goals
Today we celebrate “International day of families” with my special guest and daughter Princess Omolayo (LaLa). This year 2021 Theme: Families and New Technologies. Following up on the theme of the 59th United Nations observance day session of the Commission for Social Development: “Socially just transition towards sustainable development: the role of digital technologies on social development and well-being of all” the 2021 observance of the International Day of Families focuses on the impacts of new technologies on the well-being of families. Family trends Families around the world are changing, many becoming smaller, as the number of single-parent households grows. Currently, 65% of all families are made up of either couples living with children of any age, or couples living with both children and extended family members, such as grandparents. The diminishing number of extended families and the increasing number of single-parent families put into sharp focus the issue of social protection. Did you know that Family homelessness is on the rise. In some European countries, it has been consistently above 20% of the total homeless population. As we say a common African proverb on our show that it takes a village to raise a child and I thank Jehovah Baba God for my AWESOME daughter and the village of supporters, warriors, and wise family in our tribe. We give you great mom and daughter goals and gist, with great tips on how we make memories together traveling and using the best travel agent for the great affordable travel deals @ToyinTravel agency! Bless up!
May 17, 2021
Episode 42: Showing Solidarity with people with Autism (Guest: Lola Dada-Olley)
Wellness Wahala Warriors, today April 2, 2021 we celebrate ‘World Autism Day” and we have our special guest Attorney, Advocate, Wife, Mom *2 Autism, and Sibling of Autistic brother. She provides great gems of advice like how she has multiple village of supporters; 1) Faith community support, 2) Ride or Die best friends of support, 3) Medical providers support. You don’t want to miss this great gist and the valuable tips she offers. As the African proverb says it takes a village to raise a child. Oya, tune in and listen, share, and comment using hashtag #WellnessWahala #Warriors #WorldAutismDay
April 02, 2021
Episode 41: How to get your swagger back in this Wahala season (Guest: Anniedi Essien)
My tribe, today we celebrate #InternationalWomensDay with our special guest Hero Queen Anniedi Essien. She is the CEO of Idem Spark, Chief Swagger Officer, Women Leader, Well-being and Career Strategist, and Speaker. She dey drop great gems on how to get your swagger back in this Wahala season. She gives us her 5 Pillars ‘S’ steps to put you on a pathway to success and get your sparkle back so you can shine. Oya, tune in now to listen, share, and write a review of how this gist helped you. Also, she gives us insight into her special swagger school session launching soon. To sign up and learn more and connect with the Swagger Queen please connect on IG @IdemSpark and at her website
March 04, 2021
Episode 40: Closing the Inequalities Wahala Gap to achieve social justice (Guest: Max Solomon)
My tribe, a new episode of the #WellnessWahala podcast has dropped today o! This week our special guest is Barrister Max Solomon who is a Lawyer, former House of Representatives candidate, Christian Leader, and Subject matter expert who has studied and minored in Peace, Conflict Resolution and Social Justice, and taught cultural anthropology- we are so delighted to have him! He talks to Dr. Tomi about various social justice Wahala faced in many communities but gives us SMART(Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Timely) sustainable approaches to addressing the Wahala of social justice as we celebrate world social justice day. Furthermore, he gives us great gist and tips on what we can do as individuals to seek the desired changes we want, and tackle Wahala at the government level and community organization level sometimes calling for an hybrid approach. Today is #worlddayofsocialjustuce and the 2021 Theme is -A Call for Social Justice in the Digital Economy. The digital economy is transforming the world of work. Over the past decade, expansion in broadband connectivity, cloud computing, and data have led to the proliferation of digital platforms, which have penetrated several sectors of the economy and societies. Since early 2020, the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic have led to remote working arrangements and allowed for the continuation of many business activities, further reinforcing the growth and impact of the digital economy. He drops great gems on the different challenges regarding digital technology in different nations and possible solutions to address. However, you must tune in now to hear full gist and wisdom gems. To connect with Barrister Solomon you can email him at: | Facebook @MaxSolomon. Wishing you no Wahala this season. Bless up!
February 22, 2021
Episode 39: Hero Teacher on the Frontlines of this Wahala Pandemic (Guest: Nicole Marte)
My tribe our special guest this week is Nicole Marte who is a Hero Teacher, Instagram Influencer, and Youth Pastor Wife and Minister! Nicole talks to Dr. Tomi about all the Wahala teachers and students are facing during this COVID-19 pandemic and she provides great tips to overcome. Tune in now to listen to this gist, and follow Nicole on Instagram @MarteintheMiddle for more tips, tik tok dances, and just great lessons and blessings on her page and blog and website link . Also, January 24th is the International Education day so we Salute and honor all the Hero teachers all around the world using Nicole as a point of contact because she is AWESOME. Thanks and bless up!
January 30, 2021
Episode 38: Top 20 Lessons & Blessings in 2020 (Host: Dr. Tomi, Guest:Prince Dami)
My tribe, happy holidays and thank God we made it to the end of 2020. Wow-in less than 48 hours we go be in new year with Baba Gods protection. I have learned a lot this year, and I want to share my “Top 20 lessons/blessings in 2020”: Lessons 1. Stay safe 2. Stay informed 3. Be prepared 4. Be prayerful 5. Self care is vital 6. Public health matters 7. Be kind 8. Support the most vulnerable 9. Monitor your finances 10. Diversify your investments Blessings 1. Award (40 under 40) 2. Family first 3. Constant Learning 4. Delivered from bad accident 5. Reunited with puppy 6. Real friends are essential 7. Remember your value 8. Having mentors & mentoring 9. Know your boundaries 10. Count your blessing. Oya, tune in now with special guest Prince Dami! Wishing you no Wahala, good health, peace, and prosperity in the upcoming new year. Bless up!
January 30, 2021
Episode 37: The Power of Fitness Influencer Promoting Wellness (Guest: Yokannah)
My tribe if you want to find out how to overcome fitness wahala and to start your fitness journey-you must listen to this great gist from our special guest Yokannah. During this pandemic, and worldwide shutdown it is imperative we get our fitness and wellness in check, and to know the best way please tune in, share, and leave comments on the #WellnessWahala page. To reach Yokannah for more questions and guidance she is on Instagram @YoYoGetFit or email at Bless up!
December 20, 2020
Episode 36: The Power of Entrepreneurship & Supporting local business (Guest: Valentino)
My tribe today we have a very special guest entrepreneur, influencer, motivational speaker for the youths and a great humanitarian who gives back to his community. Tune in now to hear about his great business and charity work and see how you can partner, volunteer, and donate to his charity and support his business and community service. In this Wahala pandemic year it is great to know we have our local community Hero’s like Valentino A.K.A 365DopeBoyFresh who gives back, and sew seeds to uplift our people! To reach him please follow him on Instagram @dopeboyfresh365 or email him at and you can donate to his current toy drive and charity project at his Cashapp ($Lvonta). Bless up!
December 16, 2020
Episode 35: Tables Turned-Meet your host for Wellness Wahala podcast (Interviewed by: Prince Dami)
Who is Dr. Tomi (Omo-Oba)? Find out about your host and founder of the Wellness & Wahala podcast and win a chance to get a great prize for the giveaway this month! Make sure you like, comment and write a great review to be entered to win a gift this holiday season. Thanks to Prince Dami for a great interview. Bless up!
December 01, 2020
Episode 34: The Power of People fighting Poverty by Community Service (Guest: Prince Dami)
Hello my tribe today we have a very special royal guest discussing his power of fighting poverty through community service! His name is Prince Dami a true Nigerian Prince (Omo-Oba means child of the King) from Ekiti Nigeria. He has lived and served the most vulnerable people in his community back in Nigeria, also when he lived in Italy, and now in Chicago! This month he is partnering with my ACD foundation on our project HOPE to help the homeless, and vulnerable women and children who have been victims of violence & abuse in the Chicagoland area here in the U.S. He identified CAWC (Connections of Abused Women & Children) who have a wish list of needed items (toiletries, clothes, food, toys, bedding s, monitory donations etc ) that we will raise funds to help the most at risk people suffering in our community. To support you can donate directly to CAWC at their website and get a copy of their wish list of essential needs at or you can donate to our fundraiser through ACD foundation website at and #WellnessWahala social media pages the link to fundraisers will be posted! Thanks a trillion in advance for partnering with us to help the people suffering in this season and spreading HOPE and LOVE. Bless up!
November 24, 2020
Episode 33: Reshaping from the ground up in a New Nigeria #EndSARS (Celebrity Guest: DJ DeeMoney)
My tribe a new #WellnessWahala podcast episode has landed! We have our special honorable Celebrity Special Guest: DJ DeeMoney-@DJDeeMoney an Award winning international DJ and subject matter expert using his gift of music and being a DJ to #SoroSoke for the youths especially as it relates to recent #EndSARS protest! He has over 600+ mixes and used his compassion in music to empower & lift spirits snd helped bring Afrobeat to the world! Also, he drops great gems of advice on what are the next key steps we need to take to make progress to #reformnigeria! Oya go and listen at link in bio @DJDeeMoney on all social media outlets #AfroFusion #Celebrity #DJ #NewNigeria #SoroSoke
November 17, 2020
New Season 2: Diplomat in the Kitchen (Guest: Diplomat Foreign Service Officer Jeremiah Knight)
My tribe come listen to this great gist today as I mark my birthday and launch season 2 of Wellness and Wahala Podcast. Our very special guest is Jeremiah Knight, who is a Top OGA Senior Foreign Service Officer and Diplomat, and newly appointed Deputy Chief of Mission (DCM). The DCM is the Deputy to the U.S. Ambassador. He is currently posted to the U.S. Embassy in Kingston Jamaica. He has many more talents than just being a diplomat, and one to add that has blessed me and so many lives is through his love for food. Being a Diplomat Chef has brought Jeremiah passion to serve and cook for people around the world in many nations with his love for a variety of cultural foods. He will be launching his #DiplomatintheKitchen cookbook soon which will help him continue on the pathway to prosperity through his love for cooking and serving many people globally. He speaks 4 languages (English, Spanish, Jamaican Patios and French). For more information and to access some of his great easy guide recipes and videos, please visit his page on Instagram @jerry_jak or contact him by email at Bless up!!
November 16, 2020
Episode 32: From Protest to Progress for a New Nigeria #EndSARS (Guest: MC Attraction)
My tribe we have a special celebrity guest giving us great gist about the Diaspora #EndSARS campaign here in Diaspora as one of the leading Chicgao-Nigerian in the protest in Chicago. Emmanuel Osagie is famously known as “MC Attraction”. We discuss the protest, current challenges and corruption in our system, and future key steps we need to take to transform our great nation back home and #SoroSoke. Next steps: Oya, go and listen to all the things we need to do to ensure we #ReformNigeria for the better-we are all change agents. To donate go to and click Donate button to go to the GoFund me page to help mobilize our resources to ensure a better Nigeria. Contact MC Attraction at Instagram @MC_Attraction| Email: Bless up!
November 12, 2020
Episode 31: Modern day black man in a Wahala world (Guest: Chubby Idris Elba)
What is the modern black man? This episode #DrTomi discusses with our special guest @ChubbyIdrisElba the host of the “Modern day black men podcast.” We discuss Wahala issues from this pandemic, 2020 traumatic events, politics, relationships, and changing the narrative of our modern day black men. Listen to the whole conversation and drop your review! You can listen to Modern day black man on all listening platforms and follow @ChubbyIdrisElba on all social media. Bless up!
October 07, 2020
Episode 30: My Black is Transnational (Guest: Dr. Ibe-Lamberts)
My tribe I have a very special guest named Dr. Ibe-Lamberts who is also a ACA & UIUC Alumni and the host of the ‘My Black is Transnational’ Podcast. He gives us great gist on what his podcast is about and the many things he is doing from mentorship and more. His podcast is about Blackness and how (re)connecting back to our native homeland(s) and connecting with our fellow Black people all across the globe, while also benefiting from the land we currently live in, could be good for your lives. As Black people, we have the opportunity to have the best of both worlds, this podcast shows you how and why. You don’t want to miss this great gist. To contact him please DM at @blacktransnational_ or follow the podcast at @blacktransnationalpodcast. Bless up!
September 02, 2020
Episode 29: Changing the Wahala Narrative of Africa through storytelling (Guest: Kome Agbanoma)
My tribe we have a special honorable guest giving us great gist on his Journey as a storyteller, writer, producer and director of great shows. Kome Agbanoma is famously known for “Unreal Africa” YouTube shows and series called “I got flowers today” shedding light on domestic violence issues. His most recent Unreal Africa’s new web series Lara of Lagos is out now too. The series, Written, Produced and Directed by Wande Thomas, Iyobosa Rehoboth, and Kome Agbanoma promises to be an intriguing and relatable watch especially as it follows the life of a young girl trying to make it in Lagos.The series stars Teniola Aladese, Maurice Sam, Bukola Oladipupo and Tobi Bakre. Oya, go and watch all his series on YouTube now on Unreal Africa channel-you go thank me well well o! Bless up!
August 22, 2020
Episode 28: Chronic Kidney Disease Wahala (Guest: Sadia Anjum Ashrafi)
My tribe today I bring you a very special guest Honorable Sadia Anjum Ashrafi. She is a brilliant scientist from Bangladesh and I completed my B.Pharm, M. Pharm, and MPH from Bangladesh. Currently, She is a PHD student in the department of community health of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign(UIUC is also my Alma Mater). She is conducting research on hemodialysis patients. In addition, she is working in The Renal and Cardiovascular Disease Research Laboratory in the UIUC under supervision of Dr. Kenneth Wilund. Her lab’s research interest is nonpharmaceutical interventions to reduce mortality and improve quality of life of CKD patients. We also have the same public health mentor Dr. Jerry Ogbudimkpa at UIUC McKinley Health Centers Special Populations team. On this episode she gives us great gist and valuable gems of information concerning issues of risk factors of kidney disease, Diagnosis of kidney disease, Impacts of chronic kidney disease, Self care management of chronic kidney disease and various Treatment options of kidney disease Hemodialysis. For more information please feel free to contact her on email at: Wishing you all No Wahala this week! Bless up!
August 19, 2020
Episode 26: OjaExpress-Ethnic Grocery Delivery on Demand (Guest: Boyede Sobitan)
My tribe please listen to this great gist with OjaExpress co-founder Boyede Sobitan discussing how you can use his innovative app and website to get ethnic grocery delivery service on demand. Especially during this pandemic it is a lot of stress shopping and from a public health standpoint it is just safe for OjaExpress to get your products delivered to you conveniently. For more information go to @OjaExpress on all social media and their website !! Bless up!
July 27, 2020
Episode 25: Progressive Minds in Africa & Diaspora (Guest: Sena AKA Alinco)
We have our Special Guest OGA Alinco, Host of “The Progressive Minds Show” giving us great gist on transforming your minds, and being a catalyst of change! You don’t want to miss-so tune in now. His live Facebook show is every Wednesday and can be found at this link: 🎙Instagram @thePMshow1 and on YouTube
July 14, 2020
Episode 24: Empowerment (Free Online Trainings)
During this pandemic Wahala period we can use this lockdown social distance period to transform and empower our minds. We can access free useful tools and that will increase our knowledge to tackle various Wahala personally, politically, and professionally. Take free online courses at your own pace and earn personalized certificates in Leadership, Business & Entrepreneurship, Civic Leadership, Public Management and issues such as human rights, good governance, elections and renewable energy. Each lesson offers video, audio and text transcript options. YALI Network Online Courses are currently offered in English, French, and Portuguese. They have 21 excellent courses and I am asking you to join me on the 21 day challenge to complete 1 course a day and get your certificate and show it on social media using the hashtags #YALI and #WellnessWahala to get entered to win a free prize. Access the courses at
June 28, 2020
Episode 23: Nurse & Attorney on the frontlines-Emerging with HOPE (Guest: Vivianne Adelagun)
Nurse and Lawyer on the frontlines and Top Humanitarian Vivianne Adelagun gives us great gist on her life of serving as a Nurse and a Legal Health Advocate and Manager. Also, she is the Founder & CEO of ‘HOPE EMERGE” foundation saving and serving many lives back at home through funding from the diaspora. To learn more please visit her website at and on social media @hopeemerge and you can also donate. Bless up! Wishing you #NoWahala this week.
June 09, 2020
Episode 22: Baba God created us-All Lives Matter (Host:Dr. Tomi-OmoOba)
Raise your voice against the #Wahala injustice in our nation against our people. Call to Action: Let us be a voice to the voiceless and call the Mayor of MN-Jacob Frey #6126732100 and DA-Mike Freeman #6123485550 to ensure murder charges are brought on the 4 evil cops & they are arrested and brought to trial for killing #georgefloyd ⚖️
May 28, 2020
Episode 21: Top OGA & Media host expert on the frontlines of COVID-19 Wahala (Guest: BIG MO)
Big Mo gives us great gist on the challenges being faced and stories being heard in Abuja and Africa during this pandemic. He is a top OGA at SoundCity Abuja, Actor, Model, and Ambassador and humanitarian who has been on the frontlines raising his voice for the voiceless, and provides great tips to avoid various Wahala during and post this COVID-19 pandemic. Please follow BIG MO on all social media platforms @BigMoNaija
May 16, 2020
Episode 20: Paying It Forward (Guest: Dr. Ozi)
My people I have a very special guest, Dr. Ozi, who is a top Microbiologist and Host of the Tales of an African Princess in America (TAPA) Podcast, and Author of E-Book tool kit titled, F1 Visa to Green Card. Dr. Ozi is royalty and she has payed the way forward and helped many through here great advice, e-book, free zoom seminars and mentoring so many to be successful. I salute her and thank her for the great gems of wisdom and gist. Please follow her on Instagram @AfricanPrincessinAmerica on YouTube or at her website
May 10, 2020
Episode 19: The Role of Music and Celebrities in COVID-19 Wahala(Guest Celebrity :PEPENAZI)
Special guest Celebrity Artist Pepenazi gives us great gist and how to stay motivated and look fly with his new Pepenazi shoe line! He dropped 2 hit songs during this quarantine; 1) Invisible Ark, and 2)Body you can download on all music platforms. Wishing you No Wahala this week. Bless Up!
May 06, 2020
Episode 18: The Role of Influencers During COVID-19 (Guest: OYINBO PRINCESS)
Our special guest top celebrity influencer, Oyinbo Princess, gives us great gist and tips with a splash of humor to make us smile during this Wahala pandemic. Bless up!
April 24, 2020
Episode 17: Media’s role during COVID-19 Wahala(Guest: Journalist Ms. Funke Bayesha)
We analyze the role of media and journalist as essential workers on the frontline of this COVID-19 Wahala. Funke Bayesha highlights the various stories from the communities coming to light during this pandemic. Also, she gives us great tips on how to access the right information and fact check. Thanks to media’s role, and great journalist like Funke who continues to be a “Voice to the Voiceless” during this COVID-19 Wahala. Bless up!
April 19, 2020
Episode 16: Mental Health during COVID-19 Wahala (Special Guest: Mrs. Kerrie-Ann Thombs a.k.a. KIKI)
Mental health is vital during this COVID-19 pandemic that has caused many people a lot of stress. Coping correctly with stress Wahala will make us, the people we care about, and our community stronger. Our Celebrity TV, Radio Host, and Aligned Jamaica Director Mrs. Kiki will give us great mental help tips to break negative cycles of stress Wahala patterns within us. She is also an Author of her book called “Discovering You:The Search Is Over.” To learn more please reach out to our guest @AlignedJA on all social media platforms. She is based in Kingston, Jamaica but provides virtual Telehealth services to anyone around the world who has access to technology. Wishing you no Wahala this season, love, and light. Bless up!
April 15, 2020
Episode 13: Frontline Hero’s (Retired Respiratory Therapist Mercy Amu-Ademokun)
Honoring the Faces on the Frontline of the COVID-19 Wahala Pandemic. Special Guest: MRS. Mercy Aina Amu-Ademokun a retired respiratory therapist with over 2 decades of experience on the frontlines! You don’t want to miss this gist and a nice giveaway at the end. Fun fact-she is also my mom and my personal Hero.
April 11, 2020
Episode 15: Nurse on Frontline of COVID-19 Wahala (Mrs. Titi Turton, BSN,RN)
Join me as we honor and salute our Supervisor Nurse- Frontline Heroes fighting this COVID-19 Wahala pandemic. Our special guest is Founding Member of Nigerian-American Illinois Nurse Association, and Board Member of Nigerian Association of Nurses in North America. Thank you to all our frontline workers!
April 08, 2020
Episode 14: Building Season—in this Wahala! (Guest-Sheila Oshuntuyi, MBA, MPM)
During this COVID-19 pandemic Wahala it is vital we BUILD. Our very special guest Sheila Oshuntuyi, Corporate Leader, and “Suite Herself” Coach, gives great gist on how to build this season. In addition, to know the great events and activities she has coming up please follow her on Instagram @Suit_Herself for excellent wisdom nuggets which will help you plant the right seeds to build this season!
April 01, 2020
Episode 12: COVID-19 Wahala and tips to stay well
My tribe I know there is a lot of anxiety out there but I am giving you 4 key wellness tips-Prevention, Preparation, Process & Prayer to stay well this season. Bless up!
March 19, 2020
Episode 11: AfroTrap Queen Titi Lokei promotes Wellness from Wahala in her music
Our Celebrity Ambassador and Guest Titi Lokei gives us great gist on her music promoting wellness and wahala. Also, a social justice advocate promoting wellness in our community. Please listen to all her great music on all platforms (Apple Music, Spotify, Tidal, et al.) to hear my favorite song “Where is my 10%” featuring other African top artist, and “African Dance” my workout song trying to dance like Lokei! Titi Lokei has opened up for great artists in America, Nigeria, and Canada. Her website is and to learn more-Follow Titi Lokei on all social media @loveLokei. Also, she has a great fashion line called @AfroInfused so please support. Bless up!
March 11, 2020
Episode 10: Artisan change catalyst promoting Wellness from Wahala
Our guest speaker: Author and Artisan Biodun Abudu talks about how he overcomes various Wahala and empowers wellness through his recent 2 books; 1) Stolen Sanity and 2) Tales of My Skin, along with his great art and clothing line and his love of dance. Bless up and wishing you no wahala this week!
March 04, 2020
Episode 9: 7 travel tips to avoid Wahala and why you need a good travel agent
How you dey my tribe! Special guest today is Toyin the owner of Toyin Travel agency giving us great tips on how to avoid travel Wahala. Also, we have a surprise giveaway gift! Wishing you no wahala this week!
February 25, 2020
Episode 8: Tribal Health Disparities and World Social Justice Day. Guest: Krystal Gayle
New @wellnesswahala Episode 8 drops! We chat about closing the inequalities gaps, and remove #Wahala barriers to achieve #socialjustice as we prepare to celebrate #worldsocialjusticeday tomorrow Feb. 20–special guest Krystal Gayle @kgayle_ who is a subject matter expert on “Tribal Health Disparities” facing #nativeamerican #alaskanative! Please visit for FREE the Changing Winds: Public Health Indian county exhibit at CDC showing until May and check out this link for more information
February 19, 2020
Episode 7: Reflections on The Year of Africa, COVID-19 virus update, No Wahala 21 day pray challenge
Wellness tips on the COVID-19 virus, Reflection of the Year of Africa and 17 great AFRICAN nations got their independence from colonizers in 1960 and this year celebrates 60th anniversary, begin 21 day No Wahala Pray challenge, and leave you with the African Proverb of the week!
February 13, 2020
Episode 6: Snapshot of Topics
1.) Power of Partnership, 2) Support our African Queens & Kings, 3) Black History Month 4) Conorvirus Public Health topic 5) Tip of the week with African Proverb
February 06, 2020
Episode 5: Celebrity Ambassador Titi Lokei, Daughter Princess Lala participates, love to Kobe & Gigi
This new episode of #WellnessWahala podcast we chat with call our Celebrity Ambassador Titi Lokei to wish her happy birthday. We chat with my daughter Princess Lala-she gives you better insight on her mom and tips. Love tribute to Legend Kobe Bryant, Gigi and the 7 other previous lives lost. Also, we take about the great legacy Kobe left and how we can learn from his legacy and create our own custom legacy estate plan. Then I leave you with the new African proverb of the week. This podcast is sponsored by Anchor. Thanks a trillion for tuning in. Love, Dr. Tomi (OmoOba)
January 30, 2020
Episode 4: Life Lessons from Prince Harry and Princess Meghan et al.
Episode 4: Lessons from Prince Harry and Princess Meghan, favorite MLK quote, African quote for the week, and great wellness & wahala tips! Wishing you love and light from your host Dr. Tomi (OmoOba). This episode is sponsored by Anchor!
January 23, 2020
Episode 3: Lessons from past decade, and strategic planning for new decade!
Great wellness and wahala tips from your host Dr. Tomi(Omo-Oba). Shared the African proverbs of the week and tips on mental health, and strategically planning for the new decade and learning lessons from the past wahala trauma issues in previous decade period. This episode was sponsored by Anchor. Post your comments using our hashtag #WellnessWahala on all social media sites and please follow, like, and share. Wishing you no wahala this week. Love and light!
January 16, 2020
Episode 2: Happy new year 2020 and new decade #WellnessWahala
Thanks for tuning in to episode 2 of Wellness and Wahala podcast with your host Dr. Tomi Ademokun-Omo Oba. Blessings and love💛🤗👑 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.
January 09, 2020
Episode 1: New launch of “Wellness & Wahala” podcast with your host Dr. Tomi-Omo Oba
Welcome to the 1st episode of “Wellness & Wahala” podcast-sharing vital public health tips on how to stay well, and also how to avoid or overcome various Wahala (Nigerian pidgin English word meaning issues or problems). Your host Dr. Tomi-Omo Oba is a Doctor of Public Health Epidemiologist, social justice advocate, and leader in infectious and chronic disease prevention. Thanks a trillion for tuning into our podcast. Blessings and love💛🤗👑 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.
December 19, 2019