11 Jun 2013
StutterTalk host Barry Yeoman is joined by Adeyemi Akintunde in Lunteren, The Netherlands at the 10th World Congress for People Who Stutter. Mr. Akintunde talks about living in a country where people who stutter can’t even hail taxis, much less find employment.
StutterTalk hopes to quick-publish several more daily episodes from the 10th World Congress. Check back at StutterTalk.com for updates.
ADEYEMI AKINTUNDE, 29, is a founder of the Stuttering Association of Nigeria. He studied accounting at Osun State Polytechnic and economics at Bowen University in Iwo, Osun State. He now manages a family business.
BARRY YEOMAN is a respected journalist, a person who stutters, a StutterTalk advisor and a long-time participant in self-help organizations for people who stutter. Barry advises StutterTalk on issues pertaining to ethics in journalism, reporting and much more. Read Mr. Yeoman’s entire bio here. Mr. Yeoman has been featured several times on StutterTalk – those episodes are archived here.
- Reporting from the 10th World Congress for People Who Stutter – Netherlands (Ep. 401)
- Day 1 with David Mitchell and Harry Dhillon (Ep. 402)