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SaharaTV's Rudolf Okonkwo interviews Dr. Wumi Akintide and Mr. Olatubosun on the inauguration and all they expect from the new administration.
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SaharaTV's Kwesi Baako interviews Kayode Ogundamisi an anti-corruption campaigner on the inauguration and the challenges the new government have to face.
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On this episode we covered the first ever miss Nigeria event and got a glimpse and preview of what it was like, we wish we could show you more but you have to click play!. Twitter: @TheNneandIkeShow Instagram: @Th...
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SaharaTV's Rudoplf Okonkwo interviews Laolu Akande, editor and correspondent of The Guardian newspaper in Nigeria on the inauguration and what it entails.
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SaharaTV's Rudolf Okonkwo interviews the author of 'Foreign Gods' Okey Ndibe to talk about his impression on what happened during the inauguration and what the new administration have in store for Nigerians
#NGCHANGE2015: We As Nigerians Must Send A Strong Message To Boko Haram That We Are United -Dr Emmanuel Anyasi
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SaharaTV's Rudolph Okonkwo and Dr. Emmanuel Anyasi talk about president Buhari's inauguration and the transition process.
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SaharaTV's Rudolf Okonkwo interviews SaharaReporter's Publisher Omoyele Sowore on the Inauguration.
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SaharaTV gives you a detailed analysis of the current Nigerian ruling party, All Progressives Congress APC.
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Adeola Fayehun of SaharaTV head out to the streets of Abuja asking Nigerians to rate former president Goodluck Jonathan's performance while in office.
YOUTH PANEL: The Missing [Chibok] Girls Should Be The New Administration’s First Priority -Adebola Shelby
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SaharaTV's youth segment on unemployment, the missing Chibok girls, and president Buhari's inauguration with Roxy Banik, Adebola Shelby and Muhammed Musah.
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SaharaTV's Kwesi Baako interviews Burundian journalist Diane Ninanhazwe, whose radio station Bonesha FM was attacked during the foiled coup attempt in Burundi.