THE YORUBA GBODE PROGRAM

This Week On The Program

Sunday, July 12, 2020

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Time: 5.00 P.M US Eastern Time  10.00 P.M Nigerian Time

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About The Yoruba Gbode Program

Yoruba Gbode is a chit-chat musical/guest program in Yoruba language that focuses on Yoruba news, personality interviews, Yoruba language, and pop culture. The program caters to Yoruba people in the diaspora as well as at home in Nigeria. It is hosted by veteran broadcaster Sola Yusuf Aiwinnilomo of old OYO and BCOS in Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria. The program is produced by Ogbeni Abolaji Ayobami.

Yoruba Gbode aired on the New World Radio 1120 and Blog Talk Radio in the United States for 8 years. Recently, the program found a home on Zoom, Youtube, Facebook, and Rifnote in the aftermath of the global coronavirus pandemic.

The program is now broadcast every Sunday from 5.00 pm eastern time in the United States and 10.00 pm Nigerian time.

Prominent Yoruba personalities at home and diaspora are a regular feature on the program. They include an amazing list of successful Yoruba sons and daughters in medicine, academia, and government. Very important Yoruba people that have been on the program include late Chief Adebayo Faleti, Chief Bisi Akande, Ogbeni Femi Adesina, Professor Wande Abimbola, Ogbeni Wale Oshun, Ogbeni Yinka Odumakin, Ogbeni Morakinyo.

THE YORUBA GBODE PROGRAM

This Week On The Program

Sunday, July 12, 2020

Main Subject:

Guest(s):

Time: 5.00 P.M US Eastern Time  10.00 P.M Nigerian Time

Promo:

About The Yoruba Gbode Program

Yoruba Gbode is a chit-chat musical/guest program in Yoruba language that focuses on Yoruba news, personality interviews, Yoruba language, and pop culture. The program caters to Yoruba people in the diaspora as well as at home in Nigeria. It is hosted by veteran broadcaster Sola Yusuf Aiwinnilomo of old OYO and BCOS in Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria. The program is produced by Ogbeni Abolaji Ayobami.

Yoruba Gbode aired on the New World Radio 1120 and Blog Talk Radio in the United States for 8 years. Recently, the program found a home on Zoom, Youtube, Facebook, and Rifnote in the aftermath of the global coronavirus pandemic.

The program is now broadcast every Sunday from 5.00 pm eastern time in the United States and 10.00 pm Nigerian time.

Prominent Yoruba personalities at home and diaspora are a regular feature on the program. They include an amazing list of successful Yoruba sons and daughters in medicine, academia, and government. Very important Yoruba people that have been on the program include late Chief Adebayo Faleti, Chief Bisi Akande, Ogbeni Femi Adesina, Professor Wande Abimbola, Ogbeni Wale Oshun, Ogbeni Yinka Odumakin, Ogbeni Morakinyo.

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THE YORUBA GBODE PROGRAM

This Week On The Program

Sunday, July 12, 2020

Main Subject:

Guest(s):

Time: 5.00 P.M US Eastern Time  10.00 P.M Nigerian Time

Promo:

About The Yoruba Gbode Program

Yoruba Gbode is a chit-chat musical/guest program in Yoruba language that focuses on Yoruba news, personality interviews, Yoruba language, and pop culture. The program caters to Yoruba people in the diaspora as well as at home in Nigeria. It is hosted by veteran broadcaster Sola Yusuf Aiwinnilomo of old OYO and BCOS in Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria. The program is produced by Ogbeni Abolaji Ayobami.

Yoruba Gbode aired on the New World Radio 1120 and Blog Talk Radio in the United States for 8 years. Recently, the program found a home on Zoom, Youtube, Facebook, and Rifnote in the aftermath of the global coronavirus pandemic.

The program is now broadcast every Sunday from 5.00 pm eastern time in the United States and 10.00 pm Nigerian time.

Prominent Yoruba personalities at home and diaspora are a regular feature on the program. They include an amazing list of successful Yoruba sons and daughters in medicine, academia, and government. Very important Yoruba people that have been on the program include late Chief Adebayo Faleti, Chief Bisi Akande, Ogbeni Femi Adesina, Professor Wande Abimbola, Ogbeni Wale Oshun, Ogbeni Yinka Odumakin, Ogbeni Morakinyo.

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