On this special episode of The PGM Radio Show, we had two amazing personalities in the house. We had a musician and an all-round entertainer; Ibejii and Chioma Agwuegbo; founder of TechHer on the show.
We started the show discussing with the indefatigable founder of TechHer; Chioma Agwuegbo. TechHer is a community that demystifies technology for women and applies technology to societal problems especially as they concern women. We discussed a plethora of issues confronting women in our society, with particular emphasis on rape and the Violence Against Persons Act that was passed into law but is hardly enforced in most parts of the country.
We also listened to some beautiful new music as always and this time we had the privilege to listen to Ibejii’s latest body of work; ílú ílú. He took time to break down the interpretation and inspiration behind the project, and also gave us a glimpse into his future plans. ílú ílú is blended intricately with African cultural stories and proverbs with the purpose of sparking curiosity into the true Nigerian and African heritage. This scintillating body of work is one that would definitely stand the test of time.
We at The PGM Club stand in solidarity with the #BlackLivesMatter movement and the Say #NoToRape Campaign.
From all of us at The PGM Club, we continue to admonish everyone to wear your face marks if you absolutely need to go out and wash and sanitize your hands frequently.