Made in Nigeria Podcast Launches With Trailer Episode

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What does it mean to be Nigerian in 2021? What are the things that make the Nigerian experience what it is? Who are the people defining and redefining our sense of Nigerianness? 

These are just some of the questions, Made in Nigeria a podcast on the Culture Custodian Podcast Network sets out to answer. The show digs into the Nigerian experience through the stories of some of the great writers, entrepreneurs, innovators, athletes, artists of our time. 

The Made in Nigeria podcast is designed to showcase the varied and diverse adventures of some of the people who make the world as we know it tick. It’s perfect for anyone trying to make it in Nigeria, interested in our history and understanding the nuances that come with working, living, and surviving in this unique place. 

The podcast will be hosted by Afiola Etomi and Oluwamayowa Idowu. Afiola is a product management coach at accelerators in Nigeria and the UK, a consultant at the European Patent Office, and a development MSc candidate at the LSE.  His writing has featured in Culture Custodian and Stears while ‘Mayowa is co-founder and Editor in Chief of Culture Custodian.

Listen to the trailer below and look out for weekly episodes on streaming platforms.

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  1. J Baba says:

    Love this site. Googled culture custodian because I was hoping to use the name for sth. But y’all got to it first. Im not mad or anything.
    Great work!

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