Keeping It Real With Adeola - Episode 98 (Saudi Arabia deports Africans)





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Published on Nov 16, 2013

Here is the link to sign petition for Saudi Arabia to stop discriminating against Ethiopians: http://bit.ly/HVMh8G

Here is the link to sign petition in favor of the Nigerian man in Chinese Prison: http://bit.ly/HRTvu8

This week, Adeola announces the giveaways for her upcoming 100th episode, be sure to partake in the challenge to win a prize!

She takes a look at discriminations against Africans in Saudi Arabia, especially the killing and maltreatment of Ethiopians and Kenyans as Saudi deports 17,000 migrant workers.

Moving to Ghana, Adeola discusses Vikileaks! Victoria Hammah, a deputy minister who was fired for wanting to make a million dollars.

Many Nigerian embassies have provoked some viewers of Keeping It Real, and Adeola is not keeping quiet about it. Find out why a Nigerian man may spend 10 years in Chinese prison if the Nigerian embassy in Beijing refuses to come to his aid.

A new malaria epidemic has claimed about 2,500 lives in Cameroon, and Adeola asks, "Where is Mr. Biya?"

Another literary Icon, Professor Iyayi dies in a ghastly road accident in Nigeria. This prompts Adeola to challenge her nation to do something about the deadly roads.


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