In this episode, we speak with Bobo Koyangbwa, a DR Congo-born pastor and journalist, who recently visited the San Francisco Bay Area. Pastor Bobo, as he’s popularly known, runs MPBTV, a channel in Brussels, Belgium, that is dedicated to the African community. Here he talks about his work as a journalist and what he believes can improve governance and enhance democracy in Africa.
Episode 14: The [African] Gospel, According to Pastor Bobo
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