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Political pundit Dr. Emmanuel Anyasi joins SaharaTV's Kwesi Baako to discuss recently released SaharaTV police bribery video and issues of corruption in Nigeria.
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SaharaTV's Kwesi Baako interviews Richard Mensah and Mustapha Gbande on some shady Ebola clinical trials that were run on students in a certain midwifery school.
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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.
#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 Fungai Maboreke interviews Thomas Mapfumo, he talks about his book and his music.
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SaharaTV's Fungai Maboreke recites a poem to commemorate Zimbabwe's 35th independence anniversary.
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SaharaTV's Toyosi Phillips and Olu Faloye take calls during the Call-Back segment, so people can express their views regarding wealthy Nigerian businessman Buruji Kashamu's drug related charges.
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Lai Mohammed, APC publicity Secretary joined SaharaTV's Rudolph Okonkwo to discuss the 2015 elections including the health of Muhammadu Buhari in the lead up to the Feb. 14th presidential elections.
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Timi Morak, founder of the Morak Children Sickle Cell Foundation and daughter Ibironke share personal encounters of sickle cell with SaharaTV's Adeola Fayehun.
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This week on the SaharaTV Youth Panel, Muhammad Musah, Oluwayemisi Olorunwunmi, and Akosua Bekoe talk about the latest happenings in Africa from Saraki's Senate presidency, to the on-going problems in Ghana.