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On Oct. 20 2012, SaharaTV covered the Ondo State, southwest part of Nigeria, Gubernatorial elections. We brought our viewers up to the minute results as they began to come in, as well as talked with the candidates. ...
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SaharaTV spoke with Lemi Ghariokwu, the album cover artist who worked with Fela, for Felabration 2012.
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Musical genius and cultural treasure Sorie Koroma stopped by the SaharaTV studio in New York to talk about his music, and charmed us with an unforgettable performance. Koroma was born in Sierra Leone, West Africa, ...
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Protest of Pensioners in Lagos over non-payment of Arrears
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As African metros grow dramatically, and as custom and culture diffuse across the many different physical, geographic, and social borders that mark the continent, one element seems to have achieved some constancy desp...
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Musikilu Mojeed, the Premium Times managing editor, and Sahara TV's Rudolf Okonkwo discuss the Nigerian Governors Forum re-election of Gov. Rotimi Amaechi, the media in Nigeria and President Goodluck Jonathan's missed...
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With over 50 African heads of states and other international dignitaries in attendance, a call went out for President Goodluck Jonathan of Nigeria to address the special session of the African Union. You must have hea...
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Civil Rights Activist Rev. Jesse Jackson talks with SaharaTV's Omoyele Sowore about his recent trip to Nigeria and discusses the growth he believes is taking place within the country.
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Nigerian Lawyer, Kunle Adegoke talks about the Nigerian Judiciary
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The Segal Family Foundation held its Annual Meeting at the Lighthouse Conference Center in Midtown, Manhattan. Former President Bill Clinton was the keynote speaker for the event. Segal Family Foundation has donated o...
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The African American Repertory Theater performs an excerpt of Chinua Achebe's "Things Fall Apart", in remembrance of the renown late literary author.