THE BEAUTY OF THE YORUBA LANGUAGE
Eyin temi bawo ni o?
In today's episode of languages and books, my guest is a Yoruba language fanatic and his name is Iseoluwa Akintunde.
Iseoluwa is Mo Ibrahim Fellow in the Energy, Environment and Resources programme where his research examines the international and national institutions responsible for the effectiveness of climate finance in developing countries.
He is qualified to practice law in Nigeria and has worked with a leading Nigerian law firm. He was an Erin JC Arsenault Fellow in Space Governance and holds a Master of Laws degree in Air and Space Law from the McGill Institute of Air and Space Law. He is currently a PhD Candidate and he is an avid lover of the Yoruba language, which he has studied and taught informally for many years.
In this particular episode, Iseoluwa shares how he fell in love with the Yoruba language and he also talks about the beauty of the language and culture.
You can follow him on Twitter or Instagram, his handle is @iseoluwaakintunde.
Don't forget to subscribe to this podcast and leave a review too!
If you want to learn another language:
This month, we are learning Swahili in the LANGUAGES AND BOOKS private community on Facebook, request to join us or click the link below:
This episode is sponsored by
· Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/languagesandbooks/message