Podcast(s/ers) of Nigerian Descent

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Creation Date June 23rd, 2020
Updated Date Updated November 27th, 2020
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A list of podcasts I’ve come across made in Nigeria or by Nigerians or referencing Nigerian culture/anthropology/literature/visual arts etc.
  1. On TUWOG (The Unsullied with Oreka Godis) we have conversations with people of African descent, swap origin stories, cultural challenges, shifting belief systems, explore the vices and crutches that define us, recommended reading and recipes that shape (subjective) success. ‪Recorded in Lagos, Nigeria‬, with each guest, we explicitly tuck into family and how ‘They F*** You Up (a la Oliver James) ambition, love, sex, drugs, social media, faith, money, power and lessons learned. We look from experiences that make us a little less naive to decisions that make us more childlike. TUWOG explores transitioning through career depression, financial security, losing hope, finding unexpected gifts in moments that mean everything and nothing at all. Wanting to give up most of the time, winning the war some of the time, chalking up and dusting down battle lines of personal Vietnam’s, giving them hell and most importantly, finding out your definition of unsullied.
  2. In These Moments focuses on real life stories that are relatable, unique and sometimes overlooked. Out Biweekly on Wednesdays.
  3. Inspiring, motivating, and full of wonder, discover how those who succeed do it. Hear what drives each of our dynamic guests to overcome obstacles and hear stories of their accomplishments.
  4. Digging deep into what makes us tick as humans and the things that keep us going is something that the host, Aisha Omoniyi has always been curious about.⁣ On this podcast, she talks to idealists, business owners, creatives, and so much more about our lives, our work, our passions and most importantly...Our Stories.⁣ ⁣ Join us on each episode which will available on @anchor.fm @spotify @googlepodcast .⁣ ⁣
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  6. The Lagos millennial experience, according to FK and Jollz
  7. Nigerian American is Lanre ‘eLDee’ Dabiri’s podcast about society and culture. It launched in August 2017. eLDee is a Nigerian-American musician/producer/entrepreneur. A well known social commentator and influencer, eLDee is an acclaimed thought leader. He is credited as an early pioneer of the now global Afrobeats music genre and an innovator of sorts with all of his groundbreaking accomplishments. In this podcast, eLDee tells personal stories and dramatized illustrations of personal life lessons using examples from his experiences living in Nigeria and America. eLDee’s experience as a successful music producer and performer gives the listener a rare and truly unique listening experience. The storytelling has been described by critics as truly engaging and highly captivating. Podcast topics include stories around social issues, human philosophy, behavioral sciences and various contrasting perspectives around modern pop culture.
  8. We Just Got Back......like you. Three Nigerian girls share their stories about the joys (and many sorrows) of returning to Nigeria. We talk about the ups and downs of being back, how we're coping (or not) and the ridiculous things we find ourselves getting up to.
  9. A podcast where I acknowledge and unpack all the voices in my head in a quest to live a more authentic, peaceful and fulfilled life.
  10. Unfiltered uncensored truth about everything you need to know that I know about
  11. The Other Room shines a light on the untold stories of women and work. Host Oreoluwa Lesi speaks with exceptional African women about their career paths towards finding work that fills them purpose. Oreoluwa founded the award-winning nonprofit organisation, the Women’s Technology Empowerment Centre (W.TEC), which equips girls with the skills and confidence for fulfilling careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths: https://www.wtec.org.ng IG: https://www.instagram.com/the.other.room.podcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/other_room_pod Leave a Review: https://apple.co/3bQEhoN
  12. We're here to talk about everything related to natural hair.
  13. Three Radio Presenters, who just happen to be friends, share their love for music! Hosts Flo, Rachel and Fay Fay (hence the FRAY) highlight new music from around the globe. They talk about the good, the bad and the just plain ol’ ugly in new released songs and projects. New episodes every 2 weeks! Hit up your hosts on social media! Flo: www.twitter.com/FollyFlo1 Rachel: www.twitter.com/@RachelKSpeaks Fay Fay: www.twitter.com/@IAmTheFayFay
  14. A podcast about music, pop culture and personal experiences. Hosted by Feyikemi Akin-Bankole and Simi Badiru.
  15. Preserving the culture of an era through conversations. we are @DLagosPodcast on twitter and @dearlagospodcast on Instagram.
  16. The idea behind this podcast is to explore everything that makes us human and to share our stories. On the Vulnerability Podcast, we share our painful stories, our fears and failures, our joy, our successes too, the struggles, the easiness - all of it - with the hope that it will inspire you to share too. There is strength in our humanness. Host: Peace Itimi.
  17. Join Beverley , proudly Igbo-Nigerian, proudly African in her new Skills and knowledge based Podcast Series. Discussing and exploring a variety of themes from business to relationships to societal issues, entrepreneurship, faith and more . It’s a podcast sharing real life relatable experiences that will inspire you and empower you on your journey of becoming the best version of yourself... Please click like and subscribe to the show . Develop your A-Game is also available on Apple podcasts, Spotify, Breaker and wherever you have podcasts. Follow @developyouragamepodcast @developyourAga1
  18. "We cannot fix anyone, we can hardly fix ourselves. What we can do is create ideas, systems, and processes that help them, and us along the way. This is how we fix the world." Listen to brand strategist, Rodney Omeokachie aka 'the young god' as he curates ideas, stories, and conversations that illustrate how you might be the best version of yourself in all things -- mentally, spiritually, career-wise, and in relationships. Whether you're a free thinker, or just curious about new ideas, this podcast is for you. An Avocado podcast. DONATE: https://paystack.com/pay/avocadonate
  19. Sit Down And Shut Up Sundays, the podcast about the Nigerian experience by Nigerian women

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