It’s time for us to return to the ways of life, to restore what has been lost and severely abused. The sowing, incubation and arrival of new life on earth via the loins of the man and womb of the woman is as natural AND supernatural and sacred as breathing. The people involved or who […]
John Wills Njoroge, our guest in this episode tells us that the male-female percentages of young people in prison in Kenya is about 85% to 15%. Obviously that there are young people locked up in the country is already a tragedy and a crisis… when you factor in the gender aspect you surely have to […]
In this conversation with Patrick Headley, CEO and Founder of Kiyiira Limited, find out what the real cost and real goal of Diaspora Investment in Afrika is and why you should consider it.Diaspora investment in Afrika is crucial for various reasons, one of which is supporting the economic growth of the continent. The biggest reason, […]
When we think of developing Afrika, the question that always arises is, “How do we pay for it all?” With Afrikan economies struggling with external and internal debt that they entered into either through corruption, coercion, desperation or carelessness, what will happen to Afrika’s continental development agenda? How do we build the dream we see […]
Whose script are you living out? Are you conscious of the machinations of the system that seeks to direct the entire global population in one very specific direction? Or do you think that it's not possible for there to be a group of people so sinister, so evil that they would actually connive to destroy the lives of billions?
In this video, we talk to Stella Njagi, Founder of Spills of Eden, www.spillsofeden.com, about natural living and holistic medicine and how easy and necessary it is to incorporate these into our daily lives.
Dialogues, like this one with Gordon Anderson of KPFT FM, Houston Texas, are great ways to create understanding and open up opportunities for Afrikans all over the globe to collaborate with each other to build up Afrika.
We were hosted by Broadcast Journalist, Tet Kofi, a Ghanaian living in the UK to explore the critical role of Afrikan media and Afrikans in creating a new narrative for Afrika.