The Backyard

Hosted ByGrace Omonyemen & Udoka Ijeh

The Backyard is a weekly podcast that unfolds happenings in our Africa society.  Join Grace & Udoka as they invite guests, coaches, innovators, creators and experts to discuss the daily happenings in the Africa community.

If you are a lover of Pop culture, societal norms, politics or education, then this podcast is for you.


All Episodes

Vision 2020

This year 2020 began a new decade and Nigerians had high hopes for the year, we had hope for better leadership and governance. The political leadership had envisaged that...

We Dey Miss Owambe

Owanbe is used to refer to a bubbling party were there are lot of food and drinks. The party can either be wedding, burial, child naming, house warming, birthdays...

Dear Bad Lecturers 2020

Talking about our experiences in uni was the best way we could dish out activities in the Nigeria higher institutions.Being a student in Nigeria is the ghetto. You will...

Modern-Day Slavery

We believe everyone, everywhere has the right to a life free from slavery. But right now, millions of children and adults are trapped in slavery in every single country...

Black Girls ATM

The average Nigerian lady believes that their lovers/boyfriend should be responsible for their financial needs. The day you say “Will you be my girlfriend?”, you become the solution to...

Men Doing Chores

This Episode points out reasons chores shouldn’t be gender-based in the home, since everyone lives in the house and should take part in keeping it clean. As cleanliness is...

You Suppose Dey Content

A man who isn’t contented with what he has will be pressurised to do the unthinkable to achieve that he desires to have.Contentment is key to living a fulfilled...

Fake Pastors

In a patriarchal society like ours, where people are desperate for miracles, they blindly follow pastors who lead them astray; the pastor who sprayed people with Doom ordered people...

Mugu Politician

The political issue is at the heart of the challenges facing Nigeria at the moment. In Nigeria today, there is a high rate of poverty, insecurity, political uncertainty, bad...

Farmers Suppose Be Millionaires

In times like this, when the world is experiencing a pandemic. “Nigerians don’t need white collar jobs, what we need are more farmers”.Farming is not just another great way...