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Feb 7, 2020

WPPJr Daily Dish Radio Anniversary




Raise Your Spirit High-Never Live A New Day Like Yesterday

Today, I celebrate 4 years of Public Radio Broadcast in Nigeria and Globally.

175 Episodes:

Jan 20, 2020

CELEBRATING BLACK ICON MARTIN LUTHER KING JR




"Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that. 

Nov 18, 2019

HOW TO AVOID MARRIAGE PITFALLS - Daily Dish by WPPJr





Why Good Men Marry Dysfunctional Bad Women and Why Good Women Marry Bad Men

How to avoid marriage pitfalls.
by WPPJr

One morning and days ago, I woke up under a beautifully decked sunshine lace Africa sky, with cloud land passing before Osanobua God cleanings winds. Children wake to the sounds of warm, lovely beginnings, with dews on green grasses. The bird sings halleluiah in their native tongue all day, and only Motherland understands its rhythm. For when the night falls their singing will be over and the never-ending insect’s siren siren siren of the night takes over. 

Aug 24, 2019

Daily Dish by WPP Jr


"Whatever you fear most has no power--it is your fear that has the power."
After fear, I fear no fear but God.
Fear is a tragedy that always ruins mortal happiness, and it
takes their smiles away.

Jul 26, 2019

The Hidden “Black Tax” That Some Professionals Of Color Struggle With


BY BRITTNEY OLIVER

Many black professionals feel pressure to share their income with struggling family members, making it difficult for them to build generational wealth.

There are plenty of obstacles for professionals and entrepreneurs of color: a wage gap, a funding gap, and plenty of discrimination. But for many there’s also an unspoken challenge while trying to build their companies, their career, or their wealth. A common phenomenon that some refer to as the “black tax”–money they give to family members each month. When Sheena Allen, founder, and CEO of tech companies CAPWAY and Phocal expressed the stress of “black tax” in a viral tweet recently, she started a conversation of what “black tax” looks like for black founders and professionals.