Sunday, January 29, 2017

Keeping It Real With Adeola- 247 (Goodbye Yahya Jammeh; Buhari In London; Cameroon's Biya Killing Protesters)



This week on Keeping It Real, Adeola says goodbye to former Gambian President Yahya Jammeh as he moves to Equatorial Guinea.

Adeola talks about President’s Buhari’s medical checkup in London and the accidental bombing of IDPs in Nigeria.
In Cameroon, President Paul Biya is killing and arresting protesters in Southern Cameroon. Find out what the protest is all about.

To help us feed 900,000 IDPs in Borno, please click: http://bit.ly/2kgmheQ

      
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11 comments:

  1. Adeola I thank God for you and for the good work which you are doing through media. May God continue to keep you and give you wisdom and may he open doors for you.

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  2. Again when we will liberate from this stupid, ignorant, selfish, corrupt and irresponsible African dictators???

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  3. My question is, How is your foundation going to ensure sincere and even distribution of the food? I understand that there has been food and materials sent by UN, The US and other sources but they never tget to the hands of these people. The IDP officials just re-bag and sll them alongside other materials. I need to be convinced that the people will get these things

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  4. God bless you , Well put together.

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  5. Welldone.
    Please keep an eye on Cameroon. Biya is planning a Genocide.He wants to concieve the evidences by causing an internet blackout.God will punish him severely

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  6. I wonder why France and other international powers are so adamant to the recent happenings in Southern Cameroon.Cameroon is suffering from hungry bloodsuckers suckers.God will expose them all.

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  7. The Buhari government is silently killing those who are not standing with his regime
    Religion is killing Nigeria
    Tell me reason why people will.not ask for secession in Nigeria
    And thank you for speaking up for Cameroon

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  8. What is this am hearing? No wonder some African leaders were misbehaving and the world is watching. Thanks for exposing modern days slavery orchestrated by West supported by greedy African leaders.

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  9. What is this am hearing? No wonder some African leaders were misbehaving and the world is watching. Thanks for exposing modern days slavery orchestrated by West supported by greedy African leaders.

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  10. Babe u are d best I like what u a doing may God protect u all around amen stay bless.

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