BLA3K2BASE6 RADIO SHOW

December 29, 2020

Galaxy Afiwe African Community Internet Radio Station

Join us tonight at 10pm UK time for the last BLA3K2BASE6 SHOW of 2020

.. With brother Jamenyah and Brother Nat NaRa

TONIGHT’S DISCUSSION: THE REVIEW OF 2020
⚫ Hearing from guest speaker: our senior Galaxy pilot MIGHTY CONSTRUCTIONS
⚫ Looking back at the key events of 2020
⚫ What to make of the year known as “the year of 2020 vision”
⚫ 2021 THE NEXT STEPS

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