Thursday, April 28, 2016

VIDEO: Keeping It Real With Adeola - 211 (Police Shoots Three People Over A Cup Of Tea)

This week on KIRWA, an Egyptian policeman shoots three people over a cup of tea. Adeola also talks about police brutality in Egypt and Nigeria.

In Uganda, a popular traditional ruler was manhandled by policemen for allegedly attempting to overtake the vice president.

In Gambia, several opposition members have been arrested while some are killed as the country prepares for Presidential election.

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Keeping It Real With Adeola- 210 (Senators To Change Anti-Corruption Law; Chibok Girls- 2 Yrs After)

This week on KIRWA, it's been two years since more than 200 girls were kidnapped by Boko Haram from a school in Chibok, Nigeria.

Also, Nigerian Senators are trying to change the anti-corruption law in the constitution to grant themselves the veto power over the tribunal.

In Zimbabwe, more than 2,000 people protest against the government of President Robert Mugabe.

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Keeping It Real With Adeola - 209 (Details: How Saraki Stole The Future Of Kwara State Children)

In this Episode, Adeola gives details of how Nigerian Senate President Bukola Saraki stole the future of Kwara State children.

Adeola also mentions some Nigerians whose names are listed in the Panama papers.

In South Africa, there was a heated debate at the parliament on whether President Jacob Zuma should be impeached. During the debate, a sleeping minister was called out by her colleagues.

Tuesday, April 5, 2016

VIDEO: Keeping It Real With Adeola - 208 (No Light, No Fuel! Nigerians Question Buhari's Promised Change)

In this episode of KIRWA, Nigerians wonder what happened to the change that President Muhammadu Buhari promised during his election campaigns.

Also, Adeola talks about the implication of signing Nigeria as a member of Saudi Arabia's Islamic Military Alliance.

In Angola, 17 activists, including a popular rapper Luaty Beirao have been sent to prison for reading a book on revolution.

Monday, April 4, 2016

VIDEO: Spider Girl - Mixed reaction to Nigerian version of Spider-Man

In case you're yet to watch the movie or at least see the trailer, Nigerian version of Spider-Man is out, and it's called Spider Girl. 

In Nollywood's version, a group of students were on excursion (just like in Hollywood's Spider-man), when one of the girls was stung by a supposedly supernatural spider. 

The lady was the outcast among them, but after her encounter with the spider, she became the hero, saving them from armed robbers.

Sunday, April 3, 2016

VIDEO: Obama praises Buhari, Nigerians react

In this video, US President Barack Obama commends the effort of Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari while introducing him to Canadian Prime Minister Justic Trudeau at the 2016 nuclear security summit.

Below is the video of the commendation and reactions of Nigerians to the comment.

Saturday, April 2, 2016

VIDEO: Muslim woman challenges Arab countries who refused to help Syrian refugees

In this video, a Muslim woman on Arab TV questioned why Arab countries closed their doors to refugees from Syria.

She also shares her view on Sharia law and disputed the role of Western countries in the problems occurring in Arab countries.

PICTRUES: Buhari meets five distinguished Nigerians in America

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari during his visit to Washington DC meets with five distinguished Nigerians making their country proud in America.

L-R: Governor of Kwara State Abdulfatah Ahmed, Governor of Bauchi Barr. Mohammed Abubakar, Dr Yemi Badero, Dr Nwadiuto Esiobu, Zuriel Oduwole, Prof. Austin Esogbue and Hon. Abike Dabiri Erewa

PICTURES: Dealing with fuel Scarcity in Nigeria

The fuel scarcity in Nigeria is absolutely appalling as people now spend days on queue trying to get fuel. 
Below are some of the pictures of people desperate to buy fuel and the funny ways Nigerians are coping with the scarcity:

Buhari in DC - "We'll correct our mistakes and move Nigeria forward quickly"

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari is presently visiting Washington DC. While addressing Nigerians in the diaspora, Buhari said the present administration is fully committed to correcting the errors that have hindered Nigeria’s progress as a nation.

South African court orders President Zuma to pay back $20 million!

I'm still waiting for the time when something like this can happen in Nigeria, for a President to be held accountable for embezzling money meant for the public. 
In South Africa, a top court has found Mr. President guilty of spending $20 million in public funds on renovating his private home in Nkandla.