SRTV @ The London Premiere of RED DEVIL

It was a great evening, meeting great people and watching a great movie in Leicester Square London as SRTV graced the London Premiere of movie “RED DEVIL”

There are a lot of characters in Red Devil to keep track of, and here are the important ones. Hugo (Ian Reddington) is a cannabis farmer and dealer, who is somewhat of a loner in life. He’s created a new strain of weed that he calls the Triple Cream Dream. It’s undoubtedly a better alternation of the demonic narcotic. Customers come for his pot, but never hang out afterward, except for the mysterious man in black feathers, Gabriel (Matt Lapinskas), who acts as Hugo’s only friend and confidant.

The film also feature talented Black actors including Abdul Popoola, Shanice Grant-Barnett and others




Flamboyant Dino Malaye Laments as INEC Declares APC Candidate Senator Smart Adeyemi Winner

Which Way Nigeria? Which Way Africa?

…The flamboyant candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Dino Melaye in this video laments the death of his nephew and others, rejects the result of the November 19 Re-run. He alleged intimidation of PDP agents and supporters, extreme violence  and rigging  as INEC declares the All Progressives Congress APC candidate Senator Smart Adeyemi winner.






Sister Chiugo Rocks it @ SRTV in IGBO Style

It is a beautiful Monday morning in London as Sister Chiugo Rocks it @ SRTV in IGBO Style in the popular show “IGBO ONYONYO”

She combines her high intelligence and her musical skills in this all entertaining show in Igbo language and music


The 5th Fairtrade Debate at Middlesex University on 21st November 2019


You are all invited to the 5th Annual Fairtrade Debate at Middlesex University on Thursday 21st November 2019. The evening starts with a reception celebrating Fairtrade’s 25th Anniversary from 17;30 – 18:30.


The Debate question this year is “Fairtrade – what’s the point? 



The Fairtrade Debate was started by West London Fairtrade Boroughs, a sub-regional network of Fairtrade London boroughs (Brent, Harrow, Hounslow, Ealing, Kingston & Richmond). The Debates are open to the Fairtrade community and anyone interested in Trade Justice, International Development and Ethics.


In 2015, the Debate was held in Ealing and the question was “Where is Fairtrade going?” In 2016, it was held in Brent with the question “Does Fairtrade have a future?” In 2017, the Debate was held at UCL with the question “Is Effective Ethical Campaigning Possible with so many Ethical Labels?” In 2018, the Debate was and the Debate question was: “Is Fairtrade Political?”


The Panel will tackle the question from different perspectives. Councillor Ayfer Orhan Mike Gidney, CEO of Fairtrade Foundation, Dr Doirean Wilson of Middlesex University is a senior lecturer and diversity lead for Middlesex University London. She is also Chair of the University’s high profile `EDUBATE` current affairs panel discussion series, which she launched, and is a Visiting Professor of Religion & Multiculturalism at the Joint Council of Churches for All Nation’s School of Theology, Leadership and Management. Additionally, she is a member of the University’s Gender and Diversity Research Cluster. Ian Bretman was head of commercial relations at the Fairtrade Foundation from 1997 to 2001 and then deputy director until 2008. He then served as the executive vice-chair of Fairtrade International until 2012. He currently works as an independent advisor to the three Fairtrade Producer Networks in Africa/Middle East, Asia/Pacific and Latin America/Caribbean.Dr Adotey Bing-Pappoe is a Ghanaian political economist currently senior lecturer in economics at the University of Greenwich. His research interest are worker’s cooperatives, Development and Industrial policy, regional integration, and income and wealth inequality

INEC Declares APC Candidate, Mr. David Lyon Winner in Bayelsa

Diri Alleges Intimidation of Key PDP Members as INEC Declares David Lyon of the APC Winner of the Nov 2019 Governorship Election in Bayelsa State

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Candidate, Mr Duoye Diri has faulted the outcome of the just concluded governorship election in Bayelsa, claiming intimidation of key PDP agents and supporters.



This allegation was made following the declaration of the candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), David Lyon winner

The APC candidate polled a total of 352,552 votes to defeat his closest rival of the PDP who scored 143,172 votes.

Which way Nigeria? Which way Africa? Is this the way our democracy should progress?

Environment and Other Important Issues Addressed on The African Factor

Environment and other important issues Addressed on The African Factor ahead of the British BREXIT election on SRTV

Awula Serwah and G;enroy Watson were the special guests

Awula Serwah is a Ghanaian born barrister. She is a Brent Community Champion, and Founder of BTWSC a pan London community organisation which raises aspirations and achievement. She co-published African Voices; Quotations by people of African Descent in 2010. She also founded Taking A Stand Against Littering and Fly-tipping.  She is the Secretary of Africans For, and the Co-ordinator of Eco-Conscious Citizens which is currently campaigning to stop the building of a multi-storey office complex on land belonging to Parks and Gardens in Accra, Ghana, and  to preserve parks and open spaces for the green economy.  She believes that we live in a global world and local action has global consequences.


Glenroy Watson is a Pan Afrikan Trade Unionist, former President of the RMT’s London Transport Regional Council the largest region of RMT members in the union and also General Secretary of  Global Afrikan Congress (GAC) UK chapter (GACuk) and one of the founder members of GAC in Barbados in 2002.  He is an active Community Activist and sits on the Board of IDPAD Coalition UK, an organisation set up to ensure that the UK marks the UN International Decade for People of African Descent in a meaningful way. Whether it is the injustice suffered by Afrikans in Diego Garcia or deaths in the Mediterranean or the situation in South Sudan or Libya, Glenroy works with others to raise awareness of issues and campaign for Justice. He is active in the Reparations movement and organises the Annual  Lobby of Parliament in June every year as well as facilitates involvement in the Annual Reparations March on the 1st of Mosiah (1st August)