Podcast: Premier Edition of Everyday Money Matters On Lagos Talks 91.3


Nairametrics in conjunction with Lagos Talks Radio Station launched the premier edition of its new show, Everyday Money Matters “EMM” on Wednesday 26th of October 2016.

EMM is a talk radio show about everyday money issues that affects small businesses, students, families, men, women, young and old etc. On this show, money will be discussed in a language that you understand.

The show will have three broad formats covering topical issues, interview with experts and position of influence or power, taking on questions from our listeners about money related issues.

The show will be hosted by one of Nigerians leading business and personal finance experts, Tunji Andrews. Tunji Andrews is a long term partner with Nairametrics and will be joined by Ugodre Obi-chukwu, founder of Nairametrics. Sadiq of Lagos Talks is the Show moderator and an OAP with Lagos Talks. Sadiq is the OAP for the station’s Early Edition.

Follow the link below to listen to the very first episode of the show. We will also frequently post podcast edition of the show on Nairametrics for those who miss it or wish to listen to it again.

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Anonymous

Can you please put the time on your website so people know when to tune in to listen. for every post, put all the details a new listener can access to listen in. Thank you

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