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Anago Osho as Special guest on RADIO ONE103.5 F.M LAGOS celebrating ''WORLD HERITAGE DAY'' in Nigeria

Anago James Akeem Osho been interviewed by Radio1One 103.5 FM Lagos presenter Comfort Agbai celebrating "World Heritage Day''.

Anago James Akeem Osho been interviewed by radio presenter Comfort Agbai as Anago Tackles issues on why our heritage and monuments should be preserved. The day is celebrated to also bring about the awareness of why we should protect them.
A portrait photo of the presenter and producer 
A portrait photo of the presenter and producer with Anago Osho
A portrait photo of the presenter and producer with Anago Osho



















Anago James Akeem Osho as Special guest on
RADIO ONE 103.5 FM IKOYI LAGOS
(formerly CHOICE F.M), on the 18th of April, 2016,
to celebrate ''WORLD HERITAGE DAY'' on Radio.

For a copy of the interview send request to : anago.tourism@gmail.com
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