Citizen journalism as a tool against corruption - Omoyele Sowore
(Ep 2, Books2Africa OnAir)

Founder of Sahara Reporters, Omoyole Sowore speaks about his unique brand of activist journalism and the challenges of overcoming corruption in Nigeria. Interviewed by Dr Tonson Sango at the Tracking Faulty Towers Conference, held at the University of Kent, Canterbury.

Reading in the dark - Tonson and Precious Sango
(Ep 1, Books2Africa OnAir)

Citizen journalism as a tool against corruption - Omoyele Sowore
(Ep 2, Books2Africa OnAir)

All oppressed Nigerians should work together - Omoyele Sowore

The challenges of studying in rural parts of Africa - Dr Tonson Sango

Why electricity can improve education in Africa - Dr Precious Sango

Rosemary Doyle, Lord Mayor of Canterbury.


Books2Africa is a UK registered charity that is educating people and saving the environment by collecting donated books and sending them to schools and institutions of learning in Africa.


Books2Africa hosts a series of video interviews with authors, academics, experts, entrepreneurs and influential personalities who have a passion for Africa and who support the work of the charity. Recorded mainly within the Books2Africa On Air set in Canterbury, these interviews are aimed towards promoting dialogue and debate about issues concerning Africa. They are published on our YouTube page.


  • 20 minutes video interviews.
  • Semi-structured interview questions provided prior to interview.
  • Make-up artist and dressing area available on the day.
  • Studio audience may be present with Q&A session if desired.


You will be interviewed on your area of expertise. Topics discussed may include Education, Creative Writing, Arts, Entrepreneurship, Sciences, Politics, History, Social and Cultural Issues, Media, Languages, Religion and Spirituality. 

Email [email protected] for more information.

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