Nigeria Diaspora Television E5

This edition of NDTV is jam-packed with interesting stories for the month of June. June 12th is of great importance to Nigeria, as is June 16th for South Africa. We visit the Holocaust and Genocide Centre in Johannesburg to get a sense of man’s inhumanity to man, against the backdrop of all the violence happening worldwide. Then we have some great lifestyle stories, like the Juliet Cullinan Wine Show, the Nigerian Musical, KAKADU, and we meet two women entrepreneurs, a fashion designer and a young baker.

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Adekunle Owolabi studies democracy, human rights, public opinion, political behavior, civil rights and policy aimed at improving the human condition, with a focus on African countries.

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