My Africa Podcast

My Africa Podcast

My Africa

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Episodes
 
Bobby Rak
42
Busola Komolafe
2
Gbubemi Fregene aka Chef Fregz
1
Hamisha Daryani-Ahuja
We continue our food series on My Africa as we welcome Hamisha Daryani-Ahuja to the show, owner of the fine Bistro 7 restaurant and cafe in Victoria Island.
3
Ozoz Sokoh
Most great meals need a bit of the unusual to achieve their taste and on this episode of My Africa we discover that the best ingredient is often the chef.
1
Mrs Diete Spiff
Mrs Diete-Spiff is a lady of substance. At an early age when most women with her gifts would prefer leisure, she chose hard work.
1
Modenine (aka Segun Babatunde)
0
Mai Atafo
0
Nini
What is it that keeps Nini going? The combination of childhood pain and being stubborn enough to trust her instincts is only half the recipe.
0
Bizzle Osikoya
0
Tayo Oviosu
0
Kunle Ayo
0
Rich Tanksley
Rich Tanksley, head of Pulse.ng, joins us today on My Africa. Pulse has been revolutionising the ability for Nigerians to connect with digital media
0
Brymo
0
Paul Foh
0
Caterina Bortolussi
Caterina Bortolussi is a role model with a strong bias in using social models of empowerment to inspire youths of under-developed communities to self sufficiency
0
Victor Okigbo
0
Funmi Victor-Okigbo
0
Aino Oni-Okpaku
Born in Sweden, she met her Nigerian husband in USA and moved to Nigeria in 1973. This year, she is celebrating 40 years in business in Nigeria
0
Ishaya Bako
0
Victor Ben Selekaye
Victor Ben Selekaye is a business leader in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria, with a story of rise to prominence in society from a Nigerian State Security cell
0
Sam Dede
0
Tolu Sangosanya
Tolu Sangosanya, founder of LOTS Charity Foundation based in Lagos, talks about her childhood, the setting up of her charity and how it is changing lives.
0
Jude Abaga aka M.I
0
Muni Shonibare
Muni Shonibare, founder of IO Furniture joins us today on My Africa talking about the challenges young entrepreneurs in Africa face and what the future holds
0
Ngozi Dozie
This week we caught up with Ngozi Dozie, co-founder of Kaizen Venture Partners, a private equity firm set to disrupt the Nigerian market with their approach.
0
Marek Zmyslowski
2 years ago Marek Zmyslowski moved to Nigeria with Rocket Internet to launch hotels booking site Jovago.com into the Nigerian market.
0
Olamide
Olamide is one of the driving forces behind the rise of Nigerian and African rap/hip-hop from almost nowhere, to the multi-million dollar industry it is today.
0
Olalekan Olude
0
Yomi Jemibewon
As one of the founding partners of Cardinal Stone, Yomi has done a great deal to increase the visibility, positivity and living conditions across Africa.
0
Mark Essien
Mark Essien of hotels.ng opens up about his journey through life and business, giving some invaluable advice and insight into the African tech scene.
0
Simeon Ononobi
SimplePay is making waves in African online payment. Enjoy this inspiring, entertaining and informative interview with the Founder
60
Duncan Mighty
One of the biggest artists in the South South of Nigeria – bringing the sound of the south to the rest of the country and the world
12
Izobe Spiff
Involved in the events industry or have ever held an event? You’ve probably heard of this entreprenuer running Tres Bien Events
1
Tunde Kehinde
Want to know how one of the biggest players in African e-commerce was launched? Listen to Tunde, co-founder of Jumia Nigeria
3
Yemi Adamolekun
She heads up the Enough is Enough organization and our conversation was unique because of the side of her that it reveals - Listen
1
Steve Babaeko
From departure from home at 16 to the controversial decision to walk away from the most prized position in Nigerian advertising
1
Lynxxx
He may be more known as a musician, but this business entrepreneur is redesigning the industry in which he works, meet Lynxxx
1
Ameyaw Debrah
Ameyaw Debrah shines light on everything from early years and poor health to the icon of entrepreneurship and the new ‘Smart Startup’ that he is today
1
Tonto Dikeh
Actress & singer talks about starting off her career in acting and opens up on the controversies around some of her previous roles
1
DJ Jimmy Jatt
Sharing with us his story from Master J, the early days of hosting university events to the continent wide legend he has become today
1
Timi Dakolo
Almost certainly a name you recognise. But how much do you know about the man behind the very first Idols West Africa winner?
0
Efya
We travelled to Ghana to speak with singer, songwriter, performer & actress Efya to talk about her childhood, growing up and career
0
Oti Bazunu
Tech entrepreneur, fine wine enthusiast and founder of Lagos Jazz Series. Sharing what he sees the future holds for him and Africa
4
Peju Alatise
Artist extraordinaire, gender activist and one of Nigeria’s most creative minds. Listen to her tell her life story plus her views on art
1
Tonye Cole
Tonye talks about his fascinating life and career, the building of an empire, living in Brazil and how he dealt with losing his job!
1
Taofick Okoya
Meet founder and creator of ‘Queens of Africa’, a range of dolls for the African market. So popular in Nigeria they’re outselling Barbie
0
Keith Richards
Born in Africa he was not. But African he is. Meet Keith Richards – Promasidor chairman and honorary Nigerian. Listen and Enjoy
0
Seun Kuti
Youngest son of the legendary Fela Kuti, joined us in the studio for a chat. Trust us, his views are just as controversial as his father's!
0
Chioma ‘Chigul’ Omeruah
Meet Chigul as She opens up in an emotional interview about her late father and makes an incredible revelation about her love life
1
Sim Shagaya
The Founder and CEO of Konga.com opens up, shares valuable business tips and suggestions to help any other serial entrepreneurs
4
TuFace Idibia
He takes us back to the early days growing up in rural Nigeria, a tribute to his late father and talks about a Plantashun Boiz comeback
0
Audu Maikori
Audu takes us back to the beginning of Chocolate City, about life under Buhari’s government in the 80′s and life after Chocolate City
2
Asa
We talk about her early musical memories, her first experiences of Nigeria and what she wants to do after music in this full interview
4
Jeta Amata
We speak about his incredible career, from some of his earliest movies (and why they didn’t quite work!) to his recent projects
1
Jude Abaga aka M.I
1 of the most famous rappers on the continent, M.I already has 6 studio projects under his belt. Hear Jude talk about his rise to fame
3

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