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Introducing the Osasu Show! WATCH Osasu head to Kano to Explore the Impact of Child Marriages on Female Education



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‘The Osasu Show’ is a one-stop development program that focuses on the promotion and implementation of sustainable development in Nigeria. The show provides information between state and non-state actors across economic, social and political affairs.

On this episode, Osasu goes on an insightful visit to Ungogo LGA, Kano where female education is almost non-existent.

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  1. Bella Sweetheart

    April 20, 2016 at 1:29 am

    I enjoyed this episode of The Osasu Show and every other one till date. Thanks for shedding more light on this pitiful culture that Nigeria has still been unable to get rid off.

  2. Chioma Okafor

    April 20, 2016 at 1:36 am

    Yay!! This is what I want to see from prestigious blogs like Bella Naija. Educative and intriguing subjects. . Please more of The Osasu Show and less lifestyle talk. I’m interested in learning how I can help in developing my country Nigeria and Africa as a whone and Osasu teaches me just that by showcasing what issues are on the forefront of our developmental challenges. Osasu if you’re reading I love you and I’m willing to work for you when I finish uni. Please keep it up and God will continue to reward you in Jesus name. Amen!

  3. Angel

    April 20, 2016 at 1:44 am

    Can you imagine that Islamic cleric saying that “God has not brought husbands for the remaining teenagers who are in school that is why they are not married”. What kind of foolishness and they base that on religion? I highly doubt the Quaran supports child marriage

  4. Arugbaa

    April 20, 2016 at 12:24 pm

    Loved the interview and like how the osasu lady speaks. She didnt have the usual “biased tone” like our naija mucrowave baked celebs turned journalist, smh

    Please i dont have energy for those idiotic kano men talking dat “when a girl looks ready for marriage”….so wat about a boy??? Can they see the girls mental capacity to handle marriage from the outside?? Ughhhh

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