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It’s been a year since the last episode was released, and it feels right to drop this today, on the first anniversary of the October 20 massacre at the Lekki toll gate in Lagos, Nigeria. I appreciate your patience during this period. In These M
Ruth Marimo shares her incredible stories of growing up orphaned in Zimbabwe, find her way to the U.S, leaving an abusive marriage, ending up in jail as a result, and growing into herself as a queer woman. If you want to share a story with me f
Vera Ezimora shares her stories of being in a unhealthy marriage, the challenges she faced as a wife and mother, eventually leaving the marriage and growing into the woman she is today. If you want to share a story with me for a future episode,
Lanre “eLDee The Don” Dabiri is the storyteller on this episode, sharing stories of his upbringing in Kaduna, moving to Lagos and starting the legendary group Trybesmen, being one of the minds behind Afrobeats as a genre, going solo and everyth
Fu’ad Lawal is the storyteller on this episode of the show, sharing stories of his experiences travelling across all the states in Nigeria, and countries in West Africa. He talks about going to the home of Jollof in Senegal, visiting and experi
Ziyanda talks about growing up in South Africa post-apartheid, violence against women, racism and moving to New York. If you want to share a story with me for a future episode, message me on Whatsapp at 1-347-370-9360. Also follow In These Mome
The storyteller for this episode is Jess “Finesse” Chibueze. We often speak about people moving from developing countries to more developed countries for a better life, opportunities and security, but many people are moving the other direction.
The storyteller on the latest episode is YouTube personality, influencer, content creator and blogger Dimma Umeh. She speaks about finding her path, battles with her parents on the journey, challenges of creating content in Nigeria and a lot mo
I speak with Dami Odufuwa, one of the ladies behind Wine and Whine, an online and offline community that aims to create safe spaces for women by hosting women only events, workshops and fighting patriarchy. If you want to share a story with me
I’ve interviewed Adekunle Gold a few times in the past about his work, but I invited him to the podcast for a personal conversation about his story and journey. A huge congratulations to him and his wife Simi on the birth of their daughter, Ade
As we all deal with the reality of living in the midst of a global pandemic, the first story of this season features Tobi Rachel as she shares her story of surviving the Coronavirus, after going through some of it’s most horrid symptoms. If you
The first episode of Season 2 premieres next week June 3, 2020 and I wanted to give you some information on what to expect going forward. If you want to share a story with me for a future episode, message me on Whatsapp at 1-347-370-9360. Follo
It’s a bittersweet feeling as we round up the season with this episode, talking about our favorites, behind the scenes stories, read your comments, and talk plans for the next season. Thanks to everyone who has listened to us this season, every
We talk religion on the last story of this season, with Eniola telling us stories from her childhood, growing up as a Christian and how her views on religion evolved over time. Send us a voice note on Whatsapp if you want to share a story or ex
Shayo shines a light into her story as a victim of domestic abuse, challenges of leaving, and healing from those experiences. This episode contains discussions of assault and abuse that may not be suitable for all listeners, listener discretion
Chelsea shares her childhood stories, struggles as a millennial, mental health challenges, and coming into herself over time. Send us a voice note on Whatsapp if you want to share a story or express your love for the work we’re doing to 1-347-3
Dave shares the story of living with a disability, how it has affected his upbringing, relationships and experiences in Ghana and the United States. NOTE: We slightly tweaked his voice and changed his name to protect his identity for this story
On this personal episode, Temi’s dad talks about his journey from a village in Ibadan to achieving the American dream. How the relationship with his brother affected his story, family and friends, with everything in-between. Send us a voice not
The story of a lady we’re calling Jane brings up important discussions about our relationship with our parents. We look into the challenges she faced in her family, and how she dealt with the trauma from growing up in a volatile home. Temi and
What happens when the person you love and believe you’re building a future with is only around to take advantage of you? This episode goes into a story of love, pain, hurt and deception. This episode contains discussions of assault and abuse th
We’re back with the third episode, and we’re doing something different this time. On this episode, we are sharing three short stories that highlight important moments in the lives of those involved, their feelings while going through them and h
On this episode, we explore the story of a lady we are calling Liz who detailed her experiences in early adult life with a man she met in school, Malik. According to the United Nations International Labour Organization, sex trafficking is a $99
On this first episode, we explore the story of Daniel, who has had a very interesting life journey, with one huge moment that shook things, affecting a lot of other moments going forward. It’s a story that details the complexity of things we co
So, we are starting a podcast. In These Moments is a narrative storytelling podcast hosted by Wole Emmanuel and Temi Ogunniran, but unlike other storytelling podcast, we are focusing on African stories by Africans. As lover of stories, we’ve al
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