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Speak Up

Speak Up is put in place to raise awareness on socio-economic issues facing African youths such unemployment, social and economic discrimination, child abuse, rape, out of school children, child marriage, dating and relationships,  police brutality, armed conflict and organised violence, depression and mental health issues among others. The motto for the programme is “don’t bottle it up”

Speak up is an interview/talk show programme designed to give young people a platform, to air their concerns about issues affecting their security and safety, mental health and wellbeing. It is also a whistleblowing programme to air issues of fraud, malpractices, abuses and other social vices. The topics to be considered in the interview/talk show borders on unemployment, social and economic discrimination, child abuse, rape, out of school children, child marriage, dating and relationships,  police brutality, armed conflict and organised violence, depression and mental health issues among others.

Depending on the nature of the topic under discussion, our focus will be to offer advice, guidance and follow up. In the areas where we don’t have expertise for such advice and guidance, our focus will be to seek qualified personnel to offer such.

Here’s how to participate

The sensitivity of this type of programme suggests it is not compulsory you attend a live interview session to air your concerns. We encourage our audience to send their concerns to us through our correspondent email address or to the email address of one of the hosts.  For this, you have our assurance that every information shared with us will be strictly kept confidential and anonymous.

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    Host: Kimi & Samuel (info@factcorner.org).
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    The weekly edition holds every Sunday at 3PM (GMT + 1).
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    To feature on the programme, get in touch with the host.

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