Legal Drama

Law & Policy | Keeping Up with Adeola: Boko Haram, South Africa’s Police Brutality Against Nigerians, FUEL Scarcity & More. . .

Adeola of Sahara Reporters TV gives a good recap of some of the political headlines within and outside Nigeria.

This week on Keeping It Real, Adeola celebrates the Nigerian president as soldiers seem to be winning the war against terrorism. Unfortunately, her celebration was cut short with the news that Boko Haram had struck again, this time attacking the army barracks in Maiduguri.

From Australia, Adeola shows you a set of twins who share everything from one cell phone, to one bed, and of course dating the same man.

Nigeria is back to petrol scarcity, and Adeola wonders when exactly this would be over in a country known as one of the largest oil producers in the world.

In South Africa, police brutality continues as a Nigerian man gets harassed and striped naked on the street.

In Ghana, a Pastor and some members relocate to the bush to avoid sinners until the coming of the Lord. Find out why Adeola thinks she would not be allowed in their camp.

Adeola also celebrates 13-year-old Fuseina Mumuni of Ghana, who is now the youngest FIFA player, drafted to play for the U-17 Black Princesses of Ghana among other stories.

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