Videos filed under: Satire
What exactly went down at the Westgate attack? Learn this and much more in today's episode.
What it means to travel with a Nigerian passport.
This week Ikenna finds out why the British government may be about to pay compensation to Kenya's Mau Mau, there are fun interviews with some of America's Nigerian community and the spotlight is on a Zimbabwean lead singer based in the UK.
WUA has a special guest this week: Mollie Balogun, better known as Naija Runs Girl. She shows us how to spot -- and catch -- an 'oyinbo' (a white guy). One guess who plays that role...
Pastor Ike Azubike is on the streets of Surulere, Lagos to save some souls, and find out what people's daily struggles are and hear what they would do if they were appointed President!
This week Ikenna wonders what it'd be like if Ghana's Cardinal Peter Turkson gets elected pope -- check out the Vatican-inspired remix of Jay-Z and Kanye's recent hit track. A slick new Ghanaian TV series smartens up the discussion about maternal health. And you won't wanna miss WUA's exploration into the African roots of the Harlem Shake.
A parody of Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody but Julius 'Juju' Malema.
In this WUA episode, Ikenna Azuike explores the relationship between two of Kenya's election front runners: Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto, and talks about an epic short documentary revealing the true face of Malawi's President Joyce Banda and an NYC concert from one of the world's living musical legends, Zimbabwean Oliver Mtukudzi.
An elite group of pseudo intellectual liberals are summoned. They form a committee to overthrow the existing regime ran by self serving materialists, as the poor take to the streets.