Category: 2015 Shows
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Bukky Shonibare, Strategic Team member of the #BringBackOurGirls movement and Coordinator of Adopt-A-Camp teams up with Rev. Enoch Mark to talk to SaharaTV's Fungai Maboreke of the plight of the internally displaced i...
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Chris Oguoma, Imo State Vice Chairman of Owerri Zone of the APC discusses Nigeria political party politics with SaharaTV's Adebola Shelby.
APC Has Been Given Time To Get Their Acts Together, PDP Is Ready For Election Any Day -Dr. Amadu Ali
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In an effort to continue our coverage of the 2014 Nigeria presidential elections, SaharaTV invites delegates from the two major political parties (PDP and APC) to come on our show to debate issues. This week, PDP c...
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Ghana-based Nigerian author Femi Akomolofe chats with SaharaTV's Kwesi Baako to provide commentary on how the Nigerian community in Ghana received the news of the postponement of the 2015 elections in Nigeria.
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Chika Oduah, a journalist based in Northeastern Nigeria Skypes in to SaharaTV to report on the Nigeria security situation and upcoming projects.
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During this weeks' Skype Segment, SaharaTV's Rudolf Okonkwo sits with Omoyele Sowore, Publisher of SaharaReporters to discuss the 2015 Nigerian elections postponement, among other things upon his return from Nigeria.
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This exclusive conversation between SaharaReporters and Idowu Adelusi, Chief Press Secretary for Governor Ayo Fayose of Ekiti State. SaharaReporters exposed Governor Fayose, Musiliu Obanikoro, Jelili Adesiyan, Iyiola ...
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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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Ghana's Deputy Minister For Tourism, Culture, and Creative Arts, Dzifa Ngomashe explains Ghana's move to rebrand Valentine's Day as National Chocolate Day.