Monthly Archives: February 2015
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Grammy-nominated neo-soul group Les Nubains, composed of French singing sisters Hélène and Célia Faussart performed at the Brooklyn Bowl February 2 to kick-off Black History Month and to also celebrate their 20th anni...
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#Dencia calls in to SaharaFMRadio to talk about everything #Dencia, including her skin-lightening product Whitenicious.
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During an international symposium in Nigeria, Comrade Abiola Dabiri addresses the audience stating, "We Will Resist Military Takeover And Transition Agenda."
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Garba Shehu, APC Media Director speaks to SaharaTV about the elections, and Buhari's activities in London.
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SaharaTV interviewed Chief Supt. Abayomi Shogunle to brief viewers on Nigeria's police force preparations and contingency plans towards the Nigeria Elections.
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Sue Valentine, Africa Program Coordinator at Committee To Protect Journalists, reiterates call for Nigerian government to accelerate visa processing for foreign journalists covering Nigerian elections.
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Former Nigeria Minister of Information, Edwin Clark, speaks to SaharaTV about Nigeria elections and why Buhari is not fit for presidency.
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INEC Spokesperson, Kayode Idowu explains INEC's decision to postpone the 2015 Nigerian elections.
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Oluremi Sonaiya, the only female presidential candidate in the 2015 elections skyped in to the SaharaTV studio to discuss Nigerian elections.
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As part of SaharaTV's ongoing discussion, we interviewed Laolu Akande on the 2015 Nigeria Elections.
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Nigeria's Director of Defence Information, Maj. Gen. Chris Olukolade calls in to SaharaTV studio to discuss security and AU force intervention in Nigeria.
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Horace Campbell, Pan-Africanist and Professor of African American Studies at Syracuse University skyped in to speak with SaharaTV's Kwesi Baako on the Nigerian elections.