The Minority Report Is Two Years Old And Still Talking

The Minority Report Is Two Years Old And Still Talking

In February 2020, The Minority Report Nigeria marked its second anniversary.

And so, by responding to such questions like the lesson learned from doing TMR, the most memorable aspects of doing TMR, the impact on personal lives and world views, the achievements of TMR’s vision, and the hopes for the show, the hosts explore how far they have come in the two years since they’ve been hosting the #TheMinorityReportNG show.

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  1. Mandy
    April 07, 09:39 Reply

    You guys are a valuable part of our community. Please never stop. Keep talking. Keep powering on. And may a rich sugar daddy — sorry, benefactor locate y’all with those needs you need to further your ministry. 😀

  2. Dunder
    April 17, 19:54 Reply

    Congratulations guys. Seen a couple of videos and loved the one with Pamela Adie. Keep up the good work.

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