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Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Keeping It Real With Adeola - Eps 227 (Military Brutality In Nigeria; Ethiopia Kills 500 Protesters)


This week on Keeping It Real, some Nigerian soldiers pluck out the right eye of a road safety official, who tried to stop them from beating a civilian.

Find out what is wrong with how Nigerian soldiers are trained, which makes them harass civilians.

In Ethiopia, more than 100 protesters were killed last weekend, bringing the death toll to 500 killed since November of last year, according to Human Rights Watch.

Adeola celebrates African athletes who won medals for their countries at the Olympics.

The Zimbabwean female football team was abandoned upon arrival from Rio, and given $1 or $5 each.


A Senegalese woman was fined after posting the video of a police officer asking her for bribe, among other stories.

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  1. KINDLY CALL THE PRESIDENT AND LET HIM SEE WHAT SOME SOJA BOYS DID TO A CIVILIAN UNDER HIS PRESIDENCY.

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