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21 Aug
The President of Nigeria's National Association of Resident Doctors, Dr. Uyilawa Okhuaihesuyi talks to GuardianTV about what government needs to do to end the series of medical staff work stoppages in Nigeria.
29 Jul
Seun Sakaba, wife of a Nigerian slain soldier talks to GuardianTV about how she received the news of her husband's death, her pains, and her ordeal with the Nigerian Army.
1 May
The rivals for regional power have plenty to talk about. If they do come closer, it would have a significant impact on the Middle East's most pressing conflicts.
19 Mar
In the first meeting between Biden administration officials and China, China said the US was exhibiting a "Cold War mentality," while the US said Beijing's actions in Xinjiang, Hong Kong and Taiwan were concerning.
12 Mar
Nobel Laureate, Wole Soyinka talks about the brain behind the construction of Nigeria's National Theatre and why we need to start afresh on the choice of a national centre.
4 Feb
Segun Odejimi talks about the process behind writing an ad copy for Nigeria telecommunication giant, Airtel.
14 Nov 2020
On this week's Inside Stuff, Martin Oloja talks about the aftermath of the Endsars protest and how the government is demonizing the #Endsars protesters.
5 Sep 2020
On Inside Stuff this week, Matin Oloja talks about the new Northern faction of the NBA and why this is not the time to divide the house.
27 Aug 2020
Sokan Oreoluwa Samuel popularly known as YungACE on Popsicles this week talks about his career and how challenging the Nigerian music industry is. YungACE is no doubt one of the finest and promising artiste in the Nigerian Music Industry.
20 Aug 2020
⁣On Popsicles this week, Isabella Ayomobi talks about her dance career and how she grew her social media followers through dance.
13 Aug 2020
On Popsicles this week, Fares Boulos popularly known as Oyibo Rebel speaks about being a Nigerian for Twenty-Six years, the feeling of speaking Yoruba language, and the entertainment industry.
16 Jul 2020
On Popsicles this week, celebrity dancer and entertainer Onaope Olatunde popularly known as Ms. Pepo talks about her happy moments, downtime, family, acting career, and most embarrassing moment.

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Queen Elizabeth II takes aim at world leaders who "talk" but "don't do" enough about climate change, in an apparent jibe at those not attending the upcoming COP26 summit. The 95-year-old monarch is overheard making the remarks as she opened the Welsh Assembly in Cardiff.
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We head to northern Mali, where French forces are preparing to close a base used by the Barkhane force as France decides to reduce its presence in the country. Also, Botswana's court of appeal starts hearing a government attempt to overturn a landmark ruling that decriminalised homosexuality in 2019. And Cape Verde gears up for elections, with the revival of the tourism industry a key campaign issue.