Keeping It Real With Adeola - Eps 238 (Is Nigeria Worth Dying For? Ghana's Election; Trump Wins!)
This week, Nigeria lost one of her most efficient soldiers, Lieutenant Colonel Mohammad Abu Ali and six others in a Boko Haram ambush. With inadequate supply of weapons for soldiers and how the country neglects their families, Adeola wonders if Nigeria is worth dying for.
As Ghana prepares for its presidential election on December 7th, Adeola takes a look at the two main candidates, incumbent President John Mahama and opposition candidate Nana Akufo Addo.
Adeola discusses the reactions of Africans to the US elections as Donald Trump becomes the 45th president of America.
In Tanzania, it is now a crime to marry or impregnate a school girl as perpetrators now face up to 30 years in prison.
The Democratic Republic of Congo is supposed to have an election this November, but till now, the electoral commission has refused to announce an election date.
Lastly, find out how Kenya treated the refugees that camped outside the parliament in protest, among other stories.