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I Don’t Have Faith In INEC – Nasir El-Rufai

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Deputy Secretary General of the APC, Nasir El-Rufai joined Omoyele Sowore in a discussion about the 2013 Anambra State Governorship Elections and the Nigeria Independent National Electoral Commissions (INEC) organizat...

“INEC Has Put A Lot In Place To Make Sure The Anambra Elections Will Be The Best” – Kayode Idowu

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SaharaTV's Omoyele Sowore speaks with Kayode Idowu, Chief Press Secretary to INEC Chairman on INEC operations for the upcoming Anambra governorship elections. Mr. Idowu talked about how INEC has taken measures to prev...

“There Is A Sense Of Fear Among The (Goa India) Nigerian Community” – Tejas Mehta

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Anchor and Bureau Chief at NDTV in Bombay, India, Tejas Mehta explained the rising tension between Nigerians and Indians in the Indian town of Goa. The Nigerian community recently waged a protest in Goa against the ki...

“We Wont Pay Dues Until Federal Government Clears Aviation Ministry Corruption”- Mohammed Takur

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Mohammed Takur, Former Deputy Secretary General for Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON), discussed the recent scandal surrounding Nigerian Aviation Minister Stella Oduah and the purchase of armoured BMW's as well as co...

Victoria Hammah’s Dismissal Was A Personal Corporate Media Attack – Lord Hammah

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Lord Hammah, spokesperson and brother of former Ghana Deputy Communications Minister, Victoria Hammah discussed the recent firing of Ms. Hammah from of her position due to the leaking of a tape where she expressed a g...

“My Life Was In Danger. I Had To Leave” – Fatou Camara

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Popular Gambian Journalist, and radio talk show host, Fatou Camara, discusses the reasons why she was forced to flee her native land, The Gambia. Currently exiled in America, Camara explained her past relationship wit...

It Takes Someone (Prominent) To Die For Govt to Construct A Road in Nigeria -Son of Baba Omojola

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Son of late prominent Nigerian activist, Baba Omojola, Akinola Omojola in a chat with SaharaTV crew in Lagos.

No Artist Succeeds Without Putting His Whole Life Into Their Craft – Qudus Onikeku

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Experimental dancer and choreographer, Qudus Onikeku Sounds off on SaharaTV about the creative art industry in Nigeria, discovering his own genre of dance known as Acro-Dance, and the balance between the artist and th...

Eritrea: Voices Of The Victims On SaharaTV

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SaharaTV remembers Solomon Petros - the Eritrean People's Liberation Front commander during the Eritrean War of Independence, and his wife Aster Yohannes, both of whom have been imprisoned in Eritrea for more than a d...

“I Hope Nigerians Realize The Power They Have As Citizens.” – Yemi Adamolekun

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Yemi Adamolekun, Executive Director of Enough is Enough Nigeria discussed a recent protest by the organization where she questioned Nigerian lawmakers on excessive expenses. Adamolekun also explained that the reason f...

SaharaTV: Captain Thomas Sankara Tribute With Chika Ezeanya

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Chika Ezeanya, writer and author joins SaharaTV's, Fungai Maboreke in a discussion paying tribute to former Burkina Faso President, Captain Thomas Sankara who was assassinated on October 15,1987 for his Pan African vi...

“In Germany A Passport From Nigeria Is Not Respected – Rex Osa, Activist

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Germany based Nigerian activist, Rex Osa of the Voice Refugee Forum shed light on the harsh treatment Nigerian refugees and asylum seekers face in Germany and the little help the Nigerian Embassy in Germany provides. ...

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