Happy new year and welcome to the first Pan African Drum programme of the year.
Nyansapo - The Pan African Drum is an online community radio programme hosted by the Ligali Organisation. It is designed to enable honest and progressive discussion of community issues, including those raised in the weekly Nyansapo column written by Toyin Agbetu for the New Nation newspaper. Today's programme on 6 January 2009 will ask the question;
Year of the Phoenix? - Can the African community rise in 2009?
Nyansapo - The Pan African Drum broadcasts live every Tuesday between 9pm - 12 pm. We discuss pan African news, current affairs and feature reviews of cultural media and events. It is an interactive programme so please feel free to call and join in, we are currently running a limited test service and intend to be broadcasting a full compliment of programmes early 2009.
There are several ways you can interact with the programme you can;
Thank you for your patience as we redevelop our internet communications infrastructure, we are currently working on solutions to address all issues of buffering and audio quality. We expect all our other issues, technical and otherwise to be resolved early in the new year.
As ever, your support and feedback, especially constructive criticism is welcome.
Ligali - in service to our family, with the spirit of our Ancestors.
Ligali is a Pan African, human rights organisation founded by Toyin Agbetu in early 2000, it was named in remembrance of his beloved late father Ligali Ayinde Agbetu who taught him to take pride in his African heritage and challenge those opposed to universal human rights. The Ligali and African History Month websites were subsequently co-developed by former Ligali member emma pierre for our community, to be used by our community. It is maintained and funded entirely by the Ligali organisation but we do need your help to keep it running.
4 what do you stand proud BLACK fan?
4get that fake justice
Written by Toyin Agbetu, 2004
Remember, we can’t continue to be successful without your ongoing support.
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