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    No Place Like Home For Me – Tobiloba

    I remember eating one particular ‘meat pie’ a few days ago made by a Nigerian immigrant and the taste of it sent me back in my mind to the classic Mr. Biggs feel of meat pie.

    It’s been eight years since Tobiloba, a Nigerian-born artiste and songwriter from Osun State visited home. Based in Romania where he works as a medical doctor and pursues his passion in music and other entertainment related events, the artiste born Omole Oluwatobiloba who recently released a single ‘Ibu Chimo’ still misses home. He speaks to […] More

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    There Is A Million Of Me Coming – Titilope Sonuga

    I aspire to write a play but there is an energy of this place that compels you to try and create other ways of telling these narratives.

    Titilope Sonuga needs no introduction. She is the critically acclaimed spoken word artist and playwright whose words are celebrated for their message of humanity. This year, the artist scored a major first with the Doyenne Circle production ‘Ada the Country’. The stage musical which centres on the grief of a mother was well received and […] More

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    Qatar 2022 Qualifiers: We Will Get Needed Results – Alloy Agu

    Super Eagles goalkeeper trainer, Alloy Agu, says he believes that the Super Eagles will qualify for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

    Super Eagles goalkeeper trainer, Alloy Agu, has said that the recent performance of some of the national team players for their clubs is a good omen for the country ahead of the qualifiers where Nigeria will be taking on Cape Verde, Central Africa Republic and Liberia in Group C of the qualifiers. Excerpt… What’s your […] More

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    Buhari Replies TY Danjuma, Speaks On Relationship With Osinbajo

    President Muhammadu Buhari insists that no cabal exists in his government.

    In our second interview with President Mohammadu Buhari in four years – the only Nigerian news platform to do so – the President speaks on a number of important matters, from the Economic Advisory Council to the rule of law; and from the country’s debt profile to the recent comment by TY Danjuma and his […] More

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    Efunsetan Aniwura Was A Feminist Of Her Time – Funmi Holder

    Movie producer and actress Funmi Holder shares with The Interview why she decided to produce the historical movie, Efusetan Aniwura.

    Funmi Holder is no stranger to the sound and sight medium. Since she came into the limelight in the 2005 with her debut movie ‘After the Promise’, she has been a regular face both in front and behind the camera. Nowadays, she is mostly known for her iconic role as Amaka Ade-Williams in the award-winning […] More

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    Sanusi Lobbied Osinbajo To Be Vice President, While Buhari Was Hospitalized – Junaid Mohammed

    Leading Kano-based politician and former member of the House of Representatives in the, Dr. Junaid Mohammed, shares rare, explosive insights on power and politics in modern Nigeria.

    Leading Kano-based politician and former member of the House of Representatives in the, Dr. Junaid Mohammed, shares rare, explosive insights on power and politics in modern Nigeria. It’s yet one of those interviews that make TheInterview magazine different from the rest: After prolonged foot-dragging, President Buhari finally released Sambo Dasuki and Omoyele Sowere. He has […] More

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  • Kingsley Moghalu: Without a fundamental overhaul of the electoral system in Nigeria, we can’t say with any sense of seriousness that we are a democracy / Photo credit: Twitter

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    Voters Are Their Own Worst Enemies – Moghalu

    Former deputy governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Professor Kingsley Moghalu, speaks on the politics and economy, as well as what we should expect as 2020 unfolds.

    Do you see this year’s Budget performing better than previous budgets now that it is a January-December budget cycle? A January-December budget cycle is a good move and it is good the 2020 budget was submitted on time in the last quarter of 2019. But the type of cycle adopted is not the only issue […] More

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    Why I Won’t Leave Super Falcons Yet – Onome Ebi

    Super Falcons defender, Onome Ebi, speaks on her team’s inability to qualify for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

    Super Falcons defender, Onome Ebi, speaks to The Interview on her team’s inability to qualify for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Excerpt… How does it feel not qualifying for the Olympics and losing out to Cote d’Ivoire? It feels bad because we have been looking forward to the Olympic Games after not qualifying for like two […] More

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    I’m Going For Gold In Tokyo – Odunayo Adekuoroye

    Wrestling 53kg women World number 2, Odunayo Adekuoroye, speaks on her preparations for Tokyo 2020.

    Wrestling 53kg women World number 2, Odunayo Adekuoroye, has described the recent Adopt-an-Athlete initiative by the Ministry of Youth and Sports Development as good news for athletes preparing for the Olympics. Excerpt… What will you say about the recent Adopt-an-Athlete initiative by the Ministry of Youth and Sports Development? I am grateful and happy to […] More

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    Why I Left Investment Banking For Nollywood – Ini Dima-Okojie

    Investment Banker turned actress, Ini Dima-Okojie, says acting is a higher calling for her.

    She is one of the new faces of Nollywood that is gradually becoming a reckoning force. Irrespective of what role she is playing, Ini Dima-Okojie, the former banker who chose a life in the limelight has a way of leaving an indelible mark in each production. Who could forget her in the popular web series […] More

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    All Victims Of Boko Haram Matter, Not Just Chibok Girls – Desmond Ovbiagele

    Nollywood filmmaker and director Desmond Ovbiagele speaks on his new movie, ‘Milkmaid’.

    It was a calling he couldn’t resist for long. It was only a matter of time before Nollywood filmmaker and director Desmond Ovbiagele left his lucrative job in investment banking to pursue his passion in filmmaking. His debut film was ‘Render to Caesar’ which was released in 2014. For his first effort, he gathered a […] More

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    The Problem With Nigerian Women Who Want Light Skin – Lola Maja-Okojevoh

    Lola Maja-Okojevoh speaks to The Interview on the dynamics of making up black women.

    Poor representation of black women in media and fashion industries has been a hot topic globally. But for Lola Maja-Okojevoh, the beauty and make-up expert who has built an enviable 27-year career, there is no such thing in Nigeria. She tells The Interview in a brief encounter. Are you impressed by the changes in the […] More

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    How Oshimhen Can Become Another Rashidi Yekini – Esin

    Former Super Eagles star, Etim Esin, says Odion Ighalo should continue to enjoy his retirement instead of contemplating coming back to the national team.

    Former Super Eagles star, Etim Esin, says Odion Ighalo should continue to enjoy his retirement instead of contemplating coming back to the national team. Excerpt… There was a scare about the health condition of Super Eagles striker, Victor Osimhen, what do you think should be done for him to be back to his normal self? […] More

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  • Ibironke Shilelola: We have less than 100 cinemas and the total generation of movie viewing is perhaps N5bn.
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    We Need More Cinema Halls in Nigeria – Ibironke Shilelola

    Ibironke Shilelola speaks with The Interview on the rapidly changing media landscape in Nigeria.

    Ibironke Shilelola is one of the reckoning forces in the film and TV content distribution landscape. Originally an economist, Shilelola’s foray into the media could be traced back to her university days where she kicked off a model and acting career, appearing in TV soap operas such as Papa Ajasco and Super Story. Her parents […] More

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    My Problem With Ministry of Sports – Gusau

    Embattled president of the Athletics Federation of Nigeria, Ibrahim Gusau, speaks on his problems with the Ministry of Sports.

    Embattled president of the Athletics Federation of Nigeria, Ibrahim Gusau, speaks on his problems with the Ministry of Sports. Excerpt… What has been the relationship between your board and the Ministry of Youths and Sports Development? We have tried to reach out to sponsors but they’re all saying that if we are with government, they […] More

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