This Sunday’s edition of Rubbin’ Minds, the leading national TV show for young Nigerians to discuss issues of national interest, we’ll be looking at events on the nation’s front burner in the past week. Rubbin’ Minds shows on Channels Television every Sunday at 3pm.
The week’s show is captioned ‘Something Has Snapped’. Discussions between Labour and Government are currently deadlocked and the possibility of a PENGASSAN shutdown with crippling economic consequences is imminent. Against the backdrop of already pressing security concerns, it would seem the whole polity is treading on thin ice.
We’ve got two segments lined up for this week’s show
The first will feature Efe Paul Azimo – a poet who specialises in revolutionary themes and is popular in literary circles. Efe Paul was at the Occupy Nigeria rallies and will treat us to one of his poems. We’ll also be having GT Da Guitarman with his new single ‘Excuse Me Sir’.
The second segment will be a review of the revolution that sparked across the country this past week (We’ll play clips of the different protests at this time). And to put it all in context, we’ll be having Fela Durotoye – CEO Visible Impact, Gbenga Sesan – ED Paradigm Initiative, Kola Oyeneyin – Convener Sleeves Up and Seun Kuti – Musician and Activist. Also joining us in the studio is Ugoma Adegoke, Fashion Designer and Co-founder, The Life House
Rubbin’ Minds shows on Channels TV on terrestial television and DSTV Channel 134 on cable. It can also be watched online via https://ynaija.com/rubbin-minds/ or www.channelstv.com. There is a repeat broadcast at 4am on Monday. Follow the show on Twitter and Facebook via @YNaija and the #RubbinMinds hashtag. More information is on www.ynaija.com.