Ghana Freethinkers Podcast Returns Tonight: Live At 20:00 GMT

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Free Thinker
The Ghana Freethinkers Podcast returns tonight with a new episode, set to discuss the usual big questions.
The podcast has been moved to Wednesdays to accommodate some scheduling issues, and tonight marks the first ever mid week episode.
Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri would be joined by GhanaCelebrities.Com and BrutallyUncensored.Com writer, atheist Godwin Nii-Armah Okine, and several other panelists for the discussion.
This week’s episode would focus on a review HBO’s Game of Thrones, which  is currently going through its sixth season, and as usual the show is throwing up twists and turns as we go along. Chris-Vincent would be joined by the other panellists to review the seven episodes aired so far, and look at the impending storms in the final three episodes.
The conversation would then turn to religion, specifically the wholesale adoption of the conqueror’s religion in Africa, and the subsequent demonisation of our ancestral religions. This conversation would be held against the backdrop of DKB’s recent altercation with a white Twitter user, as well as recent arrests of students for engaging in ‘occultism’.
Still on religion, and on the back of the recent one year commemoration of the circle June 3 disaster and the accounts of some survivors, we would also look at the issue of people praising God for surviving an accident he presumably could have stopped in the first place. What does that kind of behaviour say about the religious?
We would also discuss the rise of CustomerDiscuss.Com and the issues it raises. What exactly is wrong with customer care in Ghana?
The Ghana Freethinkers Podcast airs every Wednesday at 20:00 GMT. You can listen at
You can check out past episodes of the podcast at this link.

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My friends call me Moonbyte, my Mum named me Godwin. I am the Managing Editor of GhanaCelebrities.Com, Founding editor of Innonews24.Com and a fixer for foreign journalists working in Ghana. I have three strong passions in life -- football, blogging and music -- in that order. I love spending time with friends talking about the important things in life and hate nothing more than 'authority' and hypocrisy fueled by dogma. My personal motto is that you can do everything you set your mind to, which I stole from my favourite person of all time Eminem. For writing or fixing gigs, contact [email protected]