Last Sunday, afrobeat musician Seun Kuti launched his podcast, “Bird’s Eye View,” and his partner Yetunde formally opened her “Chef Yeide’s Special Spices” retailer in Ikeja, Lagos. It was a “double combo.”
The first episode of Seun’s current, “Education for Mal-Development,” was screened to kick off the event.
Speaking regarding the tone of the first episode, the singer instructed Merrymakers, “One draw back in Nigeria’s educational sector is that many people endure the system, and can be found out with no sense of self and patriotism.
We neglect that it’s what’s put into a person that the actual particular person will perform. It is what they see in society that they copy. You don’t rely on youthful of us to not go to golf tools.”
On what impressed the podcast, Seun talked about, “I’m making an attempt to supply balanced analysis to Africans.
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“It is because there are some things I cannot say on radio, but my podcast allows me to say whatever I want to. Also, the format of radio is different from that of a podcast. The first season will be majorly lectures, while the following season will have guests coming in to speak.”
Yetunde, Seun’s partner, talked about her love of cooking and gave a presentation of three new spices she had made.
She talked about, “I started cooking when I was 12 years old, and I am so proud of where I am right now. I decided to share because I want people to understand what I mean by ‘eating good food’. It had been on my mind to create my own flavour and have my style. However, it took me a while to be able to balance everything.”