Joey Off-Air Podcast
By Jœy Off-Air Podcast
Joey Off-Air PodcastMar 22, 2022
Episode 038: Tracy & Just Relax Reusable Menstrual Pads
In this episode, I sat with the founder of Just relax reusable menstrual Pad. I know when it comes to the woman and her hygiene when it's the time of the month as popularly known as Korea Japan by many men, a lot of people would ask, is it really very safe to patronize a reusable pad?
Well, be my guest, listen to till the end, watch the full video of the interview on my website or youtube
Hiking Against Drug Abuse & Addiction on the Plateau
In the past few years, we have had a lot of organizations on the Plateau who organize events for the awareness, of drug abuse, and what makes this one different is because Aibeth Centre is infusing, birdwatching, hiking, and Community Cleaning, and selected participants will be given Economic trees.
In this episode, I met Abel Gimbal, Co-founder & President of Aibeth Centre, to talk about plans to make this event Frequent.
Why's Cloning of Ideas Paramount in Jos
In this episode, I sat with Celestine Audu, a social media specialist, who's into Social Media marketing. As a major key player in the Jos Social Media ecosystem, we explored the issues around why everyone suddenly wants to plan and execute events in Jos, Plateau State, opportunities, and solutions.
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Who Owns The Rights to Made In Jos?
The city of Jos, especially the Facebook community have been heated in the last days following the controversies around the bragging rights to who owns the rights to the tagline, “Made in Jos”.
Multiple factions have popped up, taking sides with either social media personality, Jerry Doubles, Fashionprenuer Yaargata Dach or hold unto neutralilty of things, watching to see how the next couple of days would unfold.
I had a chat with Yaargata Dach, a Fashionprenuer and convener to the Made in Jos for Just Fashion Show and also, Amama Benn Benedict, a mediaprenuer on my podcast.
Both had a lot to say, clearing the air to certain unchecked boxes and question marks hovering in the past days in regards to the bragging rights of who really owns the tagline to “Made in Jos”.
Interview: How Jos Food Festival is the Biggest Food Tourism on The Plateau
In this episode, I sat with Dr. Elvis to talk the future of Food tourism and how it can attract and exchange cultures from diverse ethnicity in form of food.
AIESEC: A Youth Leadership Movement
Alot of people most have read or heard about student support groups in Universities and this is not an exception. In this episode, I sat with the executives & representatives of AIESEC to talk about what we need to know about them and how they've been helping students to be employable and ready for the future of work.
Join us as we also talk about the Career Fair which is coming soon at the University of Jos.
Episode 20: Kàsúwàn Kúgiyá Radio Drama
Kàsúwàn Kúgiyá Radio Drama
Episode 19: Pallaitive- Kàsúwàn Kúgiyá Radio Drama
Episode 18: Pallaitive- Kàsúwàn Kúgiyá Radio Drama
Episode 18: Miracle Nose Mask - Kàsúwàn Kúgiyá Radio Drama
Onuh returns with China to help his people fight against the covid19 virus. A stranger is already present in the community, brainwashing and selling fake nose masks and other things to the people, Onuh must find a way to fight this man and stereotype to win the trust of his people.
Episode 17: Correct Informate - Kàsúwàn Kúgiyá Radio Drama
Episode 17: Correct Informate - Kàsúwàn Kúgiyá Radio Drama
Episode 16: Politics - Kàsúwàn Kúgiyá Radio Drama
Honorable Jude and his cohort will not let the people of kugiya community have access to all the covid-19 materials freely given by the government. He sees his action as a way of punishing them for not voting.
Episode 15: Social Gathering - Kàsúwàn Kúgiyá Radio Drama
Mr. Ola’s daughter’s wedding is just by the corner, he wants an elaborate wedding. All efforts by Emeka to make his father-in-law see reason as to why the elaborate wedding won’t work is futile. The government has warned against all social gatherings of more than fifty persons in attendance. For Mr. Ola, it’s a ploy Emeka to carry his daughter away cheaply.
Episode 14: Doubts - Kàsúwàn Kúgiyá Radio Drama
Episode 14: Doubts - Kàsúwàn Kúgiyá Radio Drama
Episode 13: Covid-19 and the Rural community - Kàsúwàn Kúgiyá Radio Drama
Honorable Ademu has vowed to destroy the peace and unity in Kugiya community. The community takes his word for it. Today has the pandemic crawls across countries, Ademu rushes to his community to warn them of the danger coming. Will his people take any word coming from him to be true, will the virus consume them? Find out.
Episode 12: Covid-19 & Age - Kàsúwàn Kúgiyá Radio Drama
Sule is adamant, his wife and daughter try telling him to be more careful, seeing that is a man of the public but Sule is convince that covid-19 is out for the old and not the young. He's asked by the village head to represent him in a market meeting, what happens after gaps the mouth of the people in the market.
Episode 11: Covid -19 and Faith - Kàsúwàn Kúgiyá Radio Drama
A student pastor will not allow his fellow students to believe in the existence of covid-19, he believes in the power of faith to fight every form of sickness, is he right? This episode says it all.
Episode 10: Anti-Christ - Kàsúwàn Kúgiyá Radio Drama
A student Pastor will not allow his fellow students to believe in the existence of covid-19, he believes in the power of faith to fight every form of sickness. This episode says it all.
Episode 9: African Gin & Melanin Question - Kàsúwàn Kúgiyá Radio Drama
Malam Younisa does not believe that coronavirus can penetrate the African gene. Every effort by his friend, Matazo to help him act with reason proved abortive.
Episode 8: Covid-19 & Alcohol - Kàsúwàn Kúgiyá Radio Drama
Chenedu’s bar business experience a massive profit as many believe in the power of Alcohol to prevent the corona virus. Akolo, his friend must consider going into the same business but there’s a problem to the future of the business; the community head must be stopped from telling the people the truth about the Alcohol and the corona virus.
Episode 7: Fake News - Kàsúwàn Kúgiyá Radio Drama
Oga Jude is well known in kugiya community to be the bringer of information, he goes to the city often, so whatever he says is welcomed by the community. Are the community right to trust his information, Is the information accurate? This episode says it all.
Episode 6: Traditional Medicine - Kàsúwàn Kúgiyá Radio Drama
Amos, a tough-headed man of Kugiya community, believes in the use of traditional medicine in killing the covid-19 virus. He says there’s no ailment however dangerous that cannot be cured by baba Okiku, soon his only son starts showing off some of the symptoms of the corona virus, he rushes him to baba Okiku and there he meets his greatest surprise.
Episode 5: Corona Virus Mistaken - Kàsúwàn Kúgiyá Radio Drama
Mummy Chikwado’s husband has been rushed to the hospital. Due to the poor health facility in the hospital, they suspect that he’s been infected with coronavirus, a situation that leaves her downcasted, until the great news.
Episode 4: Stigmatization - Kàsúwàn Kúgiyá Radio Drama
Amos returns from the quarantine center and meets a different situation in Kugiya, he whom the community laugh at his joke is now avoided by people, including his wife as they are not convinced that he is free of the virus.
Episode 3: Precaution - Kàsúwàn Kúgiyá Radio Drama
Mama Aboy will not observe any of the Covid-19 precautions, a decision which has become her huge challenge, friends withdraw from her, and Alhaji Yunisa will not help her now that she’s in dare need until she meets all his conditions.
Episode 2: Not Made In China - Kàsúwàn Kúgiyá Radio Drama
Laitu and Mummy Chikwado report a businesswoman, Madam JUJU as called by the duo to Ngo Kaneng. According to them, madam juju uses diabolical powers to pull their customers to her; little do they know that the innocent woman discovers a natural means of attracting customers in the covid-19 pandemic era.
Episode 1: Lockdown Palava - Kàsúwàn Kúgiyá Radio Drama
Upon the declaration of lockdown by the community head, the entire kugiya community is thrown into a state of pandemonium, youths take to the street in protest, according to the; the lockdown is a ploy by the village head and a Chinese company to install a 5G network in the community, which they believe is the cause of the novel coronavirus.
The National Association of Concerned Nigerian Youths are clamoring for the removal of Fuel Subsidy
The only Language a government such as Nigeria understands is protests, and every legitimate Nigerian has the civil rights of expression and the right to protest.
That's why I'm this episode, I sat with Kendrick Gozie Ekwuzor on the plans to ask our government how accountable they're on the 12th of August 2021 which happens to be the International Day of Youths. This protest indeed has attracted alot of media agencies to talk about the 7 points agenda demanded by these Nigerian Youths.
Take a listen!
How Better Class Environment Project Is Giving Kids A More Conducive Learning Environment
Every 12th of August, youths are celebrated globally. Initiated by LEAP Africa, Youth Day of Service (YDoS) is an annual week-long, pan-African youth-led social impact campaign that begins on August 12 every year which is also ‘International Youth Day. YDoS is designed to ignite the agency and creativity of young people across Africa towards sustainable development and promote a culture of communal support and community development. The week-long campaign fosters the spirit of volunteerism within the youth population and inspires them to be active change agents in their communities continuously. The campaign theme for this year is ‘Youthful and Useful.’
In this episode, I sat with Fatyitmwa Sandra Adik to talk about (Better Class Environment project is giving kids a more conducive Learning Environment)
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UniJos VC Seat: NUC Interference, Conspiracy Theories and What's Next?
In accordance with the provisions of section 4 of the Universities (Miscellaneous Provisions) (Amendment) Act 2003 (https://nlipw.com/university-jos-act/), the Governing Council of the University of Jos shortlisted eighteen professors who applied for the position.
Unfortunately, the Pro-Chancellor, Prince Tony Momoh died before the process could end. Following the alleged opposition by some members of the governing council as to the election process, the National Universities Commission (NUC) halted the process.
The NUC's decision (https://www.premiumtimesng.com/regional/north-central/456417-unijos-students-staff-protest-nuc-interference-in-vc-selection-process.html) was followed by protests by staff and students on the University's campus. The NUC interference paved way for numerous conspiracy theories.
In this episode, we continued the conversation on the Post-Professor Maimako's administration with a look at these conspiracy theories, the narratives that followed the protest amongst others.
UniJos VC : Reflections on Prof. Sebastian Maimako's Tenure
Some refer to him as the "Architect of Modern UniJos", every Jossite and a member or friend of the University will definitely have amazing stories to tell about the immediate past Vice-Chancellor of the University of Jos, Professor Sebastian Maimako.
The Professor of accounting and finance is the 8th substantive Vice-Chancellor of the University has contributed immensely to the infrastructural growth on the campuses of the University.
During his tenure, the University administrative building officially moved to the Permanent Site, faculties like Management Science, Natural Science, Social Sciences now have a befitting structure to house their faculty, laboratories, and lecture rooms amongst others.
In this episode, I reflected on the tenure of Professor Maimako with a former aspirant of the University's Students Union Government, Mitong Dapal
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#CovidCast: Covid-19 Uniting (Fragile) Communities amidst Security and Economic Realities
The advent of the COVID-19 pandemic has directly affected the security and the economy of Nigeria in a dramatic way. Unemployment has been on the increase, this is a reflection of the fragility of the national infrastructure.
In this episode, Prince Charles Dickson, Ph.D. of Tattaunawa Roundtable Initiative explored what should be the common ground of the fragile communities.
Despite a recession from 2014 to 2016, The World Bank asserts that Nigeria’s economy may be headed toward the worst financial state the country has seen in four decades. Nigeria is extremely dependent on oil, which represents more than 80% of the country’s exports. With international travel halted due to COVID-19, the country has recorded an 18-year low on fuel prices, at $22 per barrel.
The National Bureau of Statistics states that 42% of almost 2,000 citizens interviewed were out of work as a result of the pandemic
With the existing ethnoreligious conflicts in the country, this conversation focuses on how polarized communities can embrace dialogue to ensure effective management of the health, security, and economic crises across the country.
#CovidCast: The Impact of Covid-19 on National Security and Economic Realities
The pandemic worsens the global economy, especially with the lockdown, even though some entrepreneurs used digital marketing to scale, most of them were unable due to the structure of their business.
This affected food security and the rate of hunger increased. The World Bank projected that five million Nigerians would be pushed into poverty due to COVID 19.
Amidst many challenges the came with the COVID-19 pandemic, this episode will spotlight the impact on national security and the economy.
#CovidCast: Why You Need To Wear A Facemask After Vaccination
Masks are a key measure to suppress transmission and save lives. Masks should be used as part of a comprehensive ‘Do it all!’ approach including physical distancing, avoiding crowded, closed, and close-contact settings, good ventilation, cleaning hands, covering sneezes and coughs, and more.
Depending on the type, masks can be used for either protection of healthy persons or to prevent onward transmission.
In this episode, I sat with Dr. Chollom Solomon, A medical Virologist and he pointed out three reasons you need to wear a mask after taking covid-19 Jab.
1. To shield you against other respiratory diseases
2. To protect us from any mutants of the virus
3. Since Science works on evidence, it helps us follow up with a vaccinated person to be sure of his status. The more reason we need to wear the mask to always stay safe.
Take a listen!
#JusticeForComfortBenjamin: How Comfort Benjamin Died on Her Birthday Eve
On the 22nd of May 2021, Comfort Benjamin went missing in Jos North, Plateau state. The Police were involved in the case and the family members and friends took to social media to call for help in finding her since it was on her birthday and she was not back.
Later on the evening of 23rd May 2021, the corpse of the 16 years old was found at Nasarawa Gwong in Jos North. According to the Police, she was raped and murdered.
Listen to the testimony of Mary Benjamin, the elder sister of the deceased.
How Education in Technology is Making Young Entrepreneurs
For growth in any community, quality education is very important at every stage of human beings' development.
Unlike most sectors, edtech has been booming since the pandemic even though schools were closed down, edtech entrepreneurs like uLesson, Value Max were able to provide instructional materials via technology.
In this episode, I sat with Eno Peters of Value Max to discuss how your technology is making entrepreneurs in the education sector.
We also looked at how edtech innovations can improve Nigeria's curriculum.
(#CovidCast) Covid-19: Vaccine Too Fast or On Time
In late 2019, the Coronavirus was isolated. According to Wikipedia, its genetic sequence was published on 11 January 2020, triggering an urgent international response to prepare for an outbreak and hasten the development of a preventive COVID-19 vaccine.
Creating a vaccine in under 1 year is no small feat. While the coronavirus pandemic made a new normal of mask-wearing and physical distancing, it also spurred global cooperation for vaccine research and distribution.
However, a vaccine is only effective if people are willing to receive it. With rapid research development, some may be concerned that the vaccine was rushed, and with these concerns comes vaccine hesitancy.
In this episode, I sat down with Dr Solomon Cholom, a Medical Laboratory Scientist to discuss the COVID-19 vaccine development - how vaccines were rapidly made without compromising safety.
(#CovidCast) Covid19 Vaccine: What You Need to Know (Nigerians and COVID19 Vaccine )
A lot of Nigerians still don't believe in the Covid-19 vaccination. This brings me to a quick question you Listening, have you been vaccinated?
Why haven't you been vaccinated yet?
It's because of these concerns I had Gabriel I. Oke on this episode to have conversations around what we need to know about the vaccine and why we've not been receptive to the covid-19 vaccine.
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(#CovidCast) #YesToCovid19Vaccine: My Vaccination Experience
Will you take the COVID-19 vaccine? I took mine today and I had a conversation with Rachael Rafan, the COVID-19 vaccination Focal person for Jos South, Plateau state.
In this episode, Mrs. Rafan shared a scientific and factual perspective as regards the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine.
(#CovidCast) As Plateau Get Vaccinated, How Are You Reacting To This?
As Plateau State gets Vaccinated, how are you reacting to this?
In this Episode of #CovidCast with Matthew Tegha we talked about how the citizens of Plateau State are getting ready as Plateau State Government has to lead us by example by getting the first Jab.
Sustaining People and the Planet Through the Jos Wildlife Park
In commemoration of this year's International Day for Wildlife themed “Forests and Livelihoods: Sustaining People and Planet”, the spotlight is on the central role of forests, forest species, and ecosystems services in sustaining the livelihoods of hundreds of millions of people globally, and particularly of indigenous and local communities with historic ties to forested and forest-adjacent areas. This aligns with the UN Sustainable Development Goals 1, 12, 13, and 15, and their wide-ranging commitments to alleviating poverty, ensuring sustainable use of resources, and conserving life land.
In this episode, Joey hosted Dominic Langs to discuss how the Plateau State Tourism Cooperation intends to conserve wildlife on the Plateau.
(#CovidCast) Online Safety: Digital Media and Infodemic During the Pandemic
Coronavirus happens to be the first pandemic in the digital media era. Digital media has enabled us to easily share and access information about COVID-19.
The danger of this efficiency is that digital media provides an opportunity for anybody to become a publisher, in this case, even those with inaccurate information have a platform to share their perspectives.
The Pandemic has been worsened by the Infodemic, the information we receive influences us in no small way. How can you use digital media safely?
Oluwatosin provided insights into this subject.
(#CovidCast) #Covid19: How The Infodemic Affected Our Behavioral Patterns
No doubt that information (authentic or fake) shapes perception. Since the world experienced the first pandemic in the social media era, different kinds of information have been flooding the internet space, just like this podcast; some are accurate others are not.
Misinformation is as dangerous as the pandemic, in this episode, Dr Meshak explored the relationship between media consumption, misinformation, and behavioural patterns during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.
(#CovidCast) Covid-19 Vaccine: Why Nigerians Don't Trust The Government
Nigerian officials say the country is ready to receive its first COVID-19 vaccine doses by the end of January. The government wants to vaccinate 40% of the country's population by the end of this year. But experts say the cost and storage of the vaccine poses a challenge.
Even though reports have stated that President Muhammadu Buhari and Vice President Yemi Osinbajo would be the first recipients of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine - the first 100,000 doses of which are expected to be available this month, most Nigerians are still yet to accept the authenticity of the vaccine.
To mitigate some of this misinformation, a Medical Laboratory Scientist who is also a Medical Journalist, Odinaka Kingsley Obata shared some of the reasons behind the myths as well as accurate information as regards the vaccine with me in this episode of the #COVIDCast.
Speak Naija Project: Story About Untold
UNTOLD is a poetic embodiment of a traumatic and unbelievably true life experience of a child growing up with a drunkard father; a fate shared with Billions of Children across the Globe that are victims of Child trafficking, physical, emotional, sexual violence, underage labor, and many more; from seemingly gloom and doom situation it peaks with clear and loud echoes of hope and assurance of victory. Passionately delivered by The Queen of Spoken Words ‘WORDS DIVA’ with a powerful musical rendition by JTWICE and professionally acted out by some of the best in the Act… This promises to be one of the best creative narratives on the issues surrounding the right of the Child.
ABOUT FIGHT CHILD
FIGHT CHILD project is focused on developing creative skills in Children using their natural talents, traditional instruments, and digital devices to create content for the multimedia industry (mainstream, social media, and digital platforms), and prepare them for life in the Digital Age.
ABOUT SPEAK NAIJA
SPEAK NAIJA is a project that seeks to create a positive narrative out of the present situation in Nigeria and shed light on the things that are possible for a brighter future, using creative art forms as a means of contributing to nation-building and preserving our positive and progressive
(#CovidCast) Surviving COVID-19
People who have been infected with Covid-19 have an 83% less chance of being infected again, according to a study of health care workers in the United Kingdom.
Prior to when I tested positive for COVID-19, I was always careful with ensuring I adhere to all guidelines, all of a sudden I lost my sense of taste and smell.
In this radio interview at the #OfficeOfTheCitizen, I shared my survivor story. Testing positive to COVID-19 has taught me to be much more careful in observing all precautions, such as handwashing, wearing a facemask, and keeping physical distance.
COVID-19 is not a hoax.
20 Years In The Industry: Why Osama Apkunonu Never Left Jos
In this episode, I had a chit chat with famous Osama Apkunonu, 1 of Africa, Edo born, Jos based, Naija hustler! Take a listen to why he refused to leave for Lagos for a greener pasture and how he did it differently for the past 2 decades! He revealed plans to settle and how the Jos Industry will be better
His biggest event is coming up soon on January 17th, 2021 with the biggest comedians coming to grace his achievement so far.
Welcome to #CovidCast
In light of the ongoing global impacts of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), this podcast will focus on combatting fake news; rumour mitigation, and the dissemination of credible information. Welcome to #CovidCast: #TogetherAgainstCovid
Demystifying Misinformation, Stigmatization and Fear about COVID19 Pandemic.
Misinformation is false or inaccurate information that is communicated regardless of an intention to deceive. Examples of misinformation are false rumors, insults, and pranks.
Stigmatization is when someone views you in a negative way because you have a distinguishing characteristic or personal trait that's thought to be, or actually is, a disadvantage (a negative stereotype).
Discrimination is not justified and has negative consequences for stigmatized people. We cannot allow COVID-19 to serve as a vehicle for racism. Instead, we can focus our energy on solutions and positive thoughts to combat infection and disinformation. Let's practice collective solidarity to support people affected by the virus.
Joey Shekwonuzhibo and other digital influencers were on #WorkingTogetherAgainstCorona to discuss these issues.
Bolt & Max Air in Jos, Yay or Nay?
On this episode, I was joined by Chinwe Blessing, MSA, and Awom Keneth who are creatives on the Plateau to discuss the new mode transportation in Jos( Bolt, Air Max) and this had heated arguments about who and how these means of transportation is can be leveraged for safer travels and convenience.
You want to know more on who's side will be a go to for the citizens of Jos, Plateau State?
Take a listen and let me know what you think!
All You Ned To Know Alexa Skills Challenge
The Future of Work Has Changed.
Lucky for you, the Global Amazon Alexa Skills Challenge saw this coming.
The aim of the challenge is to exchange and implement ideas for urgently needed solutions to current global challenges. Participants will discover the latest in voice technology and learn how to shape the future with voice.
In this episode, I hosted Shauna of EdEquity Global and Olayide of the Girls Code Initiative to discuss the forthcoming Global Amazon Alexa Skills Challenge - a free virtual training for beginner-level women, underrepresented college/university students, entrepreneurs, and startup founders. For more info visit https://www.edequity.global/
Money, Music, Rape & Drug Abuse On Trapped EP
In this Episode, Bonny Teezy revealed how the Covi-19 Lockdown was more of Witing and recording new songs. Every artist globally made some hits during the lockdown, no doubts, but what should we expect in this 4 Tracks Epp titled "Trapped" which was self-produced by Bonny Teezy. This EP has alot of strong messages from Suicide, Drug abuse and rape.
Do enjoy this interview and let me hear what you have to say!
WeJosRock: The Next Yellow Pages?
In this episode, we talked about the new narratives from Jos, Nigeria with Herbert and how WeJosRock is using the digital space to drive positive narratives on the Plateau.
WeJosRock now has a website that's set to launched soon!
You can check Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to learn more!
visit the new website via: www.WeJosRock.com
JosTechGirls: Bridging The Gender Gap In STEM
Loreta Jugu is a software engineer from Plateau State, Nigeria. She is a passionate professional with multi-faceted skills and experience spanning across Software Engineering, Developer Relations, and community building.
Loreta Jugu is an Experienced Technical Assistant with a demonstrated history of working in the government administration industry. Skilled in Microsoft Office, Project management, PHP, and Content Management Systems (CMS). She is a Strong administrative professional with a Bachelor of Science Degree IT focused on information and communication technology from BlueCrest University College Ghana.
She is a strong advocate of sensitizing people, especially women about the importance of starting a career in Technology. This passion has led her to play a major part in building communities such as Women Tech Makers, Jos from Google, and Jostechgirls. She is an eloquent speaker and communicator with a keen interest in inspiring the next generation.
In this Episode, she graced her presence to talk about how JosTechGirls is bridging the gender gap.
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Nandom And The Fire Detection Management System
Innovation has been our major strides in the creative industry, the world that rules now is the one that allows creativity and innovation. In this Week's Podcast, I have Lwahas Nandom Adoniram an Innovator and Inventor. He has built devices/systems and machines within the Mechanical, Electronic, and Mechatronics domain.
He has done a number of innovations. For example, his recent innovations include:
(1) Chainless Amphibious bicycle.
(2) Automatic Hand Washing Machine.
(3) Monitoring and Fire Disaster Management System (MF-DMS) of which we will be talking about today!
Take and listen!
Our Experience With REDx Bootcamp 2020
REDx is a media and creative training school and accelerator that aims to transform a vast reserve of underutilized and underemployed Nigerian youth to world-class media professionals. In this episode, I had Calista Adebayo as guest, who was a fellow at REDx Boot camp to share experience, lessons, and skills acquired with myself.
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How The Tech Ecosystem in Nigeria is Adopting Working From Home During Crisis
In this episode, we explored how How the Tech Ecosystem in Nigeria is Adopting Working From Home During Crisis with Moses Amama who is a UX/UI Designer. Community Manager at Designed.org
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Implications of Using Technology To Dispense Justice in Nigeria During Crisis
On this week's Podcast Episode, take a listen to Ndam Ponzing Esq. he is a young Legal Practitioner on the Plateau, who is passionate about using New Technology to serve Justice in Nigeria.
How The Girls Code Initiative is Changing the Global Skill Gap
Olayide Olumeko has the answers, listen and share your thoughts!
How To Leverage on Opportunities in this Phase of Crisis
We have been at home and for essential workers, some have been forced to work from home, regardless of this, some are forced to stay at home, it is rather wise to leverage on some opportunities online to be abreast with some new skills which can be relevant to your industry.
In this week's Episode, I have Amma Benn Benedict , who is a Digital Marketing Consultant, Social Media Strategist, Educationist, Writer and Global Goals Advocate, who has also worked with reputable brands in Nigeria and beyond.
Take and listen!
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How Can Parents or Guardians Protect Their Children During this Period of e-Learning
In this Episode of Stories from Jos, Delmuah Gogwim, Delmwa B. Gogwim is the CEO/ Co- Founder of Child Cyber Protection (C-C Pro), an On Air Personality with multiple awards including the best female OAP 2018 of the Plateau Awards. She is a teacher and the producer of the first ever Story Time for children in Plateau Languages, a Script writer and a professional event host.
she gave an insight on the role of Parents, Teachers and the government in protecting Children during this period of electronic learning.
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How The Creative Industry is Affecting Covid-19 Pandemic
On this episode we will be looking at how Innovation and Creativity is impacting on the Covid-19 pandemic. Our guest shared how the pandemic has been able to bring out creativity from people and making them think outside the box through digital means.
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The Impact of Covid 19 on Educational System in Nigeria
This week's episode of Joey Off Air podcast was graced by Mr Charles Aiyegbusi, the dean of Kingdom Citizens College Jos. On this episode, we discussed on how best schools can keep running despite what is going on in the world presently. He also gave us insights on how his school has been able to achieve this and keep learning even as their children and teachers are in their homes.
You can connect with JOA on_ Twitter @JoeyOnAir, on Instagram @joeyoffair and on Facebook @joeyoffair
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The Impact of Covid-19 on Health Care Systems Across Nigeria
Is Corona Virus Linked with 5G Network?
What exactly do you know about Corona Virus and 5G Network?
In this episode, we had alot opinions from the street, take a listen!
12 Things You Can Learn While Staying at Home
There's been a lot of boredom as the out break of #Covid19 in the world has made alot of activities to be on halt, which has made alot of people to stay at home and connect with family members and probably and community. How exactly have you been coping during this Covid19 Pandemic?
Worry less, because I and Yusuf Ahmed made about 12 things you can Learn while staying at home, sit tight, just hit the play button and a head phone, Take a listen!
How Small Businesses Can Thrive as Jos, Plateau State is on Lock down
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Why Plateau State Can Emerge as The Next Silicon Valley in Africa
On this episode of Joey OffAir Podcast, we have Mr David Daser, the Director General of Plateau State Information and Communication Technology Development Agency (PICTDA) and a Story teller of Jos to the world.
He defines Jos as People and a place of diversity and convergence of amazing people. As someone who is the government he said he had to learn and unlearn policies in order to effectively bring developers into Plateau in order to build the state.
Technological wise, he believes that Jos has to rewire it's system in order to succeed in making Jos a silicon village and they are trying to build a silicon Plateau that is tech and IT base that has policy, talent and market and with the journey so far, Jos is on the path of almost achieving this dream.
Daser said that Jos has become an inspiration to other states in the country to work on developing their ICT. On policies, he said they are important and they have used them in different areas of the state such as the health and the private sector. Soon, the State will be built as a developing centre instead of talents leaving the land in search of greener land pasture.
David Daser's final thought is for people to always go up, aim for the best and never settle for little.
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All You Need To Know About TEDxUniJos
TEDx Event is an exciting talk event which presents its 'TEDxUnijos''. The event is scheduled to hold between the hours of 9am and 3pm at the A1 Hall Bauchi Road Main Campus, University of Jos.
The event themed “Once Upon a Generation” seeks to answer some questions : Where are we coming from? Where are we now? What are the features and problems of where we are now? Where do we want to go to? How do we get there?
TEDxUnijos will feature 10 speakers which are spread across staff, students and alumni of the University as well as change makers in and from Jos, Nigeria. The event promises to be highly thematic and mind boggling. Find below a list of 9 speakers and their respective topics.
1. Roots and Fruits – Then and now - Dr. Jimam Lar
2. Navigating an Ever-Evolving World -David Daser
3. Creating our own Lingua -Dr. Nancy King
4. The Shift to Greenovation -Promise Salawu
5. We Were Once ONE -Oluwatosin Olabode
6. Art Of Hustling- Rinmicit Temlong
7. Creative Approaches to Change - Lengdung Tungchamma
8. The Non-Exclusive Age Wuni Bitrus
9. Rising above IT (Intolerance) - Salis Mohammed
10. The Future Untold Generation Alpha- Pyemwa Samantha Deshi
Interspersed with these talks will be performances from the budding art community in Jos. Registration for TEDxUnijos is ongoing at https://forms.gle/NQ4xBwdbkxg8b5MY9 Hurry now as there are only limited seats available. .
16 Things You Don't Know About Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria
No doubt, Plateau State is indeed very rich and blessed in so many ways such as the weather, the beautiful Plateaus, the wonderful people, Agriculture and lots more!
However there are still some very interesting facts that so many people don’t know about the state, for example, did you know that Because of the average lower temperatures of plateau state, tropical diseases like malaria have reduced incidences?
On this week’s episode of JOA Podcast we would be looking at 16 really exciting things people don’t really know that makes Jos so different and amazing.
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All You Need To Know About SATCI
NB: This is an exclusive interview
In this podcast I had Ujin Malli, the founder, Sanctuary for African Teenagers and Children Initiative - SATCI. An organisation which hold leaders accountable for their actions in government. She's been involved with alot of Child right activism and has reunited kids to their parent from ill treatments. This interview strives to let you on the know of what her organisation is into and she also took us throuh her major events on the Plateau, which is set to hold this weekend. The True colors Oureach, 3.0
Date: 29th Febuary 2020
Venue: New Covenant Church, Jos, Plateau State
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The Emancipation of A New Plateau - Part Five
Mr. Theodore Longji is our guest on this week’s podcast. Theodore Longji grew from being a computer scientist into an entrepreneur which guided him to becoming the CEO Nhub, a technology innovation hub to push for the creation of an innovation technology entrepreneurship ecosystem in the north.
Mr. Longji said that the Tech ecosystem on the plateau has really improved and he is proud that parents are now letting their children embrace their dreams. He believes that the government of the day and hubs in Plateau state have in a large way fostered and promoted culture and the building of a support system to enable entrepreneurs and tech enthusiast.
Nhub according to him collaborate with hubs and various relevant individuals to expand and achieve a vibrant technical system as well as invite investors on the plateau from different parts of the world because the state is ready for investors.
He explained that the reason why people believe going out to Lagos is the best is because Lagos is where the market is. However he says Jos is a springboard where you get to build and cook yourself to be a better person and that entrepreneurs do not have to leave to mega cities.
There would be an event organized by his hub on Saturday 21st February 2020 to meet up and talk to entrepreneurs about realizing and seizing opportunities, how to start up and so on. Various professionals will be brought in.
In his advice to entrepreneurs, he said it’s never too late to start something so reach out, learn something and dream big.
A Review of Jos Chillin Returns
The Emancipation of A New Plateau - Part Four
Speaking on the recently organized Plateau creative industry conference, Mr JD Luka said the conference was birthed to provide solutions to the problems of the Jos entertainment industry is facing. He explained that although Jos is the hub of entertainment, it is yet to attain the heights it should because of various challenges that keeps crippling their efforts. He said because of the Conference, there should be a change in the next five years.
He believes that Jos is not just the creative hub of Nigeria but the creative hub of the world!
In his final words to the Jos creative industry, he said creatives should learn never to give up having struggled so hard to get to where they are because they are just about to receive their rewards.
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The Emancipation of A New Plateau - Part Three
Welcome to a new month, February that is, it's been great so far, so ensure you share some love this month!
So far, I've had a lot of conversations around the entertainment , tourism and peace.
This week, I'm having a professional in the Business sphere, but before I let him on the mic.
Here's a little about him I've gathered:
Viktor Kuchili is an author, business and human development consultant...
He's been involved in human and resource development through his companies ( Choice concept Network and Viktor Roads consulting)
An author of 12 books(cutting across leadership, business and personal development) trainer coach and mentor to many business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs.
He's a coach ,trainer and mentor with the German technical corporation GIZ, a faculty member of Jos Business School and a Fellow and Faculty member of the chartered Institute of Human Capital Development of Nigeria.
He's spent over 10 years encouraging people on productive living on his program stepping out on Peace 90.5FM (PRTVC), He is a lover and investor in development work.
Please so listen to what he has to say about the'''The Emancipation of A New Plateau''
The Emancipation of A New Plateau -Part Two
Our guests described the Plateau as a beautiful, Unique and an integral part of Nigeria that breeds raw and amazing talents. They talked about how the youths on the Plateau are embracing Peace Irrespective of the ethnic and religious crisis going on in the state.
They also gave us highlighted how they are making use of their platforms in changing the narrative in their industries, how various civil societies are bringing about change and how entertainment has unified us as a people.
They both agree that the ordinary man on the street is infact responsible for the peace we hope to enjoy now and in the future.
The Emancipation of A New Plateau - Part one
In this Episode, I had Mrs. Toyin Phyllis Wiggins and Retnan Daser, whoa re major key players in the entertaiment industry and (Coaching, Mentoring).
They spoke immensely about how the industry is striving regardless of the happenings in the City of Jos.