King Paul is a Nigerian, American actor that uploads comedic skits to social media. He began shooting skits on Vine back in 2013 and has been gaining fame ever since. A few of his vine videos went viral until the app was eventually taken down. He now uploads skits to Instagram, Twitter & sometimes youtube to keep his fans entertained.
In this episode we sit down with Dider Ganza, co-founder and CEO of S.O. AFRIKA a group of artistic individuals, graphic
designers, cinematographers, rappers and singers based across the
world. It’s primary mission is to put African artists on the map by
providing all the tools necessary for one to succeed in today’s industry.
We cover a wide range of topics including his new raido show, AUDIBLE TRAVEL that goes live every Tuesday at 6am – 7am on Livesquareradio (search and download the ios app!) Read More
Christian Ntong is a software engineer, photographer and founder of Aklave. Aklave is a location based social app where Africans meet to share information and find meaningful relationships.
Oja Express is a marketplace for small grocers that sell cultural specific groceries and consumers shop for their cultural groceries in and easy and convenient manner.
In this Episode, we interiew Boyede Sobitan, co-founder of Oja Express. He walks us through the dream, challenges and what it took to make this a reality.
As a certified public accountant, entrepreneur and former professional
basketball player in Europe, Ebong Eka understands the importance of
team work, leadership and development not only on the court but within
companies. His experiences, both as a consultant and Soft Skills
communication trainer with some of the largest professional services
firms including PricewaterhouseCoopers, Deloitte & Touche,
multinationals and organizations lend to his ability to offer a fresh
perspective in a commanding yet approachable manner that draws a
Ebong is a leadership, entrepreneur and small business expert who
regularly appears on MSNBC, Fox News, Fox Business Channel, NBC and
CNN. Ebong is also an accomplished TEDx Speaker, motivational speaker,
Bank of America Small Business Expert and Office Depot Blogger. Ebong
is also the author of the book, “Start Me Up! – The No-Business-Plan
Business Plan”, published by Career Press! (available on AMAZON)
May is Mental Health Awareness month. In this episode we invite our previous guest, Tabitha Kaguri, who is a practicing Therapist and a PhD candidate to talk about challenges faced by individuals dealing with mental illness and what those around them can do to help. Mental illness is not something that is talked about in the immigrant or diaspora communities but recently the trend is changing by young people taking up the mantle of addressing this and fighting to remove the stigma that has hindered people from seeking help.
Tabitha is founder and CEO of the Edja Foundation (edjafoundation.org)that has a mission of combating child abuse, sexual assault and domestic violence in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Born and raised in Charlotte, North Carolina, Kenneth was always around delicious food! His mother made sure that dinner was always cooked and we had meals packed for us to go to school. While food was always around, it wasn’t always the healthiest. Read More