Dodo Vibes

Dodo Vibes

Latest Episodes

Episode 10 - In Conversation with Dara Blaxx - A Multi-Talented Singer/Songwriter
May 12, 2021

Music is a great healer. Even the legendary Bob Marley said - "one good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain." On this episode, I caught up with Dara Blaxx, a British, Nigerian Singer/Songwriter with a silky, soulful vibe. Dara

Episode 9 - George Floyd: Black Lives Still Don't Matter.
April 27, 2021

Why is the black man inherently nervous around the police? In this episode, I share my thoughts about the recent GUILTY verdict of Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd. Finding Chauvin guilty is not a cause for celebration BECAUSE we have 'D

Episode 8 - Busting the Covid Conspiracy with Dr Daniel Nzekwe
April 14, 2021

How is it possible to still find people who do not believe Covid exists? How is it that people still call you 'stupid' or 'sheep' for wearing masks? I needed to slay some Covid conspiracies so I invited Dr Daniel Nzekwe as a guest. Dr

Episode 7 - The Rise of AfroBeats with Mr Vibez
March 31, 2021

In this episode, I had a chat with Mr Vibez, a multi-talented singer-songwriter to discuss his latest track - What Do You Mean. This mid-tempo track is super cool and has an undeniable Burna Boy influence.  Our discussion focused on the rise of Afrobeats

Episode 6 - Donald Trump - The Man Who Built a Wall.
March 17, 2021

This first episode of season 2 is about Donald Trump and the ruckus that surrounded the just-concluded US elections. Donald told the world he would build a wall at the southern border, but instead, he built a wall in our homes, in the US Senate, in our fr

Episode 5 (Part 2) - #Endsars and A Couple of Other Pressing Issues - In Conversation with Tai Tom Jones.
October 24, 2020

This is the 2nd and concluding part of my conversation with my friend Tai Tom Jones. We again touched on the youth and proposed they realise their value to the country. In addition, we discussed most issues troubling Nigerians everywhere. It's worth

Episode - 5 #Endsars and A Couple of Other Pressing Issues - In Conversation with Tai Tom Jones.
October 17, 2020

This episode was recorded at the very beginning of the #Endsars movement in Nigeria, without any indication that the protests would take such a serious turn. At the time of recording this Podcast, SARS as a unit had not been disbanded.So, I caught up with

Episode 4 - Pandemic, Life & Business - In Conversation with Mofolusade Sonaike
September 25, 2020

My guest on this episode was Mumpreneur Mofolusade Sonaike, a knowledgeable and successful business owner. We had an interesting chat about the effect of Covid-19 on our lives and our businesses. I had an interesting time sharing banter with Mrs Sonaike,

Episode 3 - How do you want to be remembered?
August 05, 2020

Following the passing of a dear friend recently, I got thinking about life. The way we live, how we act with other people and the legacy we leave behind when we are gone kept playing on my mind. This episode, short as it may be, opens up some difficult qu

Episode 2 - Legend of the Nigerian Passport
July 16, 2020

Nigerians are mostly associated with fraud (or fraudulent activities). That is unfair! In this episode I talked about the reasons behind such perception, the reputation Nigerians have created for themselves globally and the consequences for the millions o