Regering – Nigeria – Anbefalede podcasts

  • In-depth analysis and critical discussion on important issues, how they affect people, their potential to change lives, and what needs to be done to influence outcomes.

  • Conversations centered on safety with interesting guests from a wide variety of industries. Taking safety topics and applying them to real workplaces with real people. Includes safety in all areas including community safety.

    Thanks for listening. We have some great guests coming up in future pods so get ready to learn. Until next time, enjoy the rest of your week, and stay safe.

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  • It’s a creative speech podcast for the purpose of inspiring someone or a group of people to start that revolutionary change that we all desire. I believe that this podcast will spark the fire of change across our nation and around the world.

  • A podcast featuring NH Guardsmen from across the Granite State.

  • Peace and Love! I am B Harmony, the harmonic voice bridging the informational gap between politics and our community. Harmony focuses on researching both sides of any subject to reach an informed vision. I envision a harmonious future in decision making, stripping down both sides equally to get the facts for us. Join me and the harmonites as we renew our minds and transcend our thoughts beyond traditional conversations. Welcome to a state of Regenesis. Visit for more info Donations are Welcome and Appreciated Support this podcast:

  • Nigeria Unravelled is a fearless anti-establishment show that seeks to expose the truth about the Nigerian Government, Corrupt politicians & People.

  • Eye of the Storm is Dataphyte's latest production that allows you to walk with journalists on their truth-finding missions.

    We’ll take you behind the scenes of the exposès that have dominated news headlines, and you'll hear the many stories that interlink to the big piece served to you by heroes with pens and microphones.

  • Welcome to the Winter Will Come Again podcast, where we will be exploring the story behind the energy crisis Europe faced the winter of 2022, its connection with plastic production and why, to ease Europeโ€™s energy needs, plastic has to go. 

    In 2022, once it became clear that Russian gas supplies were to be cut by at least 80%, energy costs in Europe surged. The debate around the energy crisis dominated policy and media spaces, and this in combination with the cost of living crisis that concerned countries throughout the continent, forced industry, businesses and individuals to adapt their behaviour as governments scrambled to secure gas reserves that would meet energy demands. 

    What this scrambling looked like has an unlikely connection to plastic production: while in EU Member States like Germany, the general public was told that they should take cold showers and use less heat to reduce the overall fossil fuel consumption, the EU explored new trade deals to secure energy supplies for the colder months of the year, in particular with the United States and African countries like Senegal.

    Not only did EU governments demand far more action from individual citizens than from industrial sectors that consume the lionโ€™s share of fossil feedstock and energy, they also completely overlooked the huge potential to actually reduce fossil fuel consumption by tackling unnecessary use. 

    What does unnecessary use look like? Well, if the global petrochemical producers were a country, they would be the third-largest oil consumer in the world and the fourth-largest gas consumer. These were the findings from Break Free From Plasticโ€™s Winter is Coming report published late in 2022 in the midst of the energy crisis. 

    This extremely high fossil fuel-consuming industry remained and still remains a complete oversight in the EU public energy and climate debates. This is despite clear and feasible pathways to reduce consumption of one of its main products: plastic. The EU cannot buy its way out of the multiple current crises by simply replacing Russian fossil fuels with imports from other regions. Every barrel of oil or cubic metre of fossil gas that goes towards plastics is a major roadblock towards the goals of tackling the climate and plastics crises and breaking free from the fossil dependency that foments instability and fuels wars.

    Join us in this three episode podcast series as we explore the stories behind the data of the Winter is Coming report. We will be joined by activists, researchers and campaigners from Europe, Africa and the US. Each bringing new insight and perspective to help us understand why this high fossil fuel-consuming industry remains a complete oversight in the EU public energy and climate debates and what can be done to ease the energy dependency of Europe on the US and countries in Africa.

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  • Welcome to Entrepreneurship Policy Pulse, a podcast by the FATE Institute, where we explore the latest trends, insights, and policy developments shaping the Nigerian entrepreneurship ecosystem.

  • Performance and Project Implementation Monitoring Unit is the Delivery Unit of the Ondo State Government focused on driving a performance based culture for the State government. We will be diving deep into Ondo State government related matters with experts from both the government and private sectors. The goal is to showcase a more accountable and transparent government.

  • From local elected officials to community organizersโ€”find out how public officials and community leaders are responding to COVID-19 (Series 1), doing work to impact their local community (Series 2), filling the gap when government fails (Series 3), serving the public interest (Series 4), demystifying policy-relevant research (Series 5), and race & democracy (Series 6) on the Growing Democracy Podcast. Podcasts transcriptions available at: GDP is hosted by Casey Boyd-Swan and Ashley Nickels; co-hosted by Shemariah Arki and Anuj Gurung (Series 6); and edited by Gheramy Demery at Golden Ox Studios.Supported by funding from the American Political Science Association (APSA), Scholars Strategy Network of Northeast Ohio (Series 5), the Mark Lewine and John Gray Paynther Program (Series 6), and our Patreon supporters (

  • An examination of the stories impacting the world of management consulting and International relations.

  • Vermont Viewpoint covers a lot of ground, both geographically and topically. You'll hear from lawmakers, newsmakers, business people and your own friends and neighbors. This is the show you want to tune into to hear what compelling and/or fun topic you'll be introduced to each day.

  • A whole lot of meaningful gibberish, as Deko dives into several topics of his environment

  • The Policy Sphere, a podcast series by think tank Agora Policy, focuses on addressing pressing national challenges and strengthening the discourse in the Nigerian policy landscape.

    Backed by evidence-driven research, the conversational podcast delves right into the issues affecting national development alongside a host of sound policy/issue experts. Each episode will identify these urgent challenges while providing strong recommendations (policy solutions?) which are inclusive just as they are evidence-based.

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  • Everything about the 2023 elections and the players

  • This podcast centers around the inner workings of several famous cases, which were all debated within the supreme court

  • The Insider Podcast gives an insider perspective to political discussion in Nigeria.