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[dropcap]I[/dropcap]f you followed my blog from the beginning, you would know Uche. We have worked on a few projects together, being that she is a photographer.

We did this shoot together last year,  “CLICK HERE” to see more pictures. She also did a product shoot for my “oily skin facial routine products”, “CLICK HERE” to read more about my facial routine. I have been friends with Uche since JSS1/Grade 7 in high school. About two months ago or so, she came over to my place, and I thought we should do a video. Everything seemed to fall into place this period, because I have always wanted to do a Yoruba Language tutorial, but I did not want to be in the video alone, in fact I was going to invite my mum to be in the video with me, but she was quite busy.

Since Uche was around, I thought to myself, what a better way to do a Yoruba language tutorial than teach my non-Delta speaking friend how to speak my language! 🙂  I do not know whether or not to say this video was a rush because it was done after church, but it was fun!

Why Learn Yoruba?

If you are a foreigner, you might have heard “Nigeria is the giant of Africa”, and Yoruba is one of the three major languages in Nigeria. So this will be an added advantage to you if you are thinking of travelling to Nigeria, especially to the South West, which is where I am from. 🙂

I bet you would learn a few things from this video, enjoy! 😉

Please like the video, share your thoughts, and “CLICK HERE” to SUBSCRIBE my channel.

Here are other pictures taken by Uche that have previously been featured on the blog.

“If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. I you talk to him in his own language, that goes to his heart”- Nelson Mandela

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  1. Daniel

    I’m a yoruba boy yet i still need to learn my language lol. Kudos Fisayo, culture is life

    1. thefisayo

      Lool, thank you Daniel!

  2. I really liked this! Plus Uche is a fine girl o!
    Welldone TheFisayo!

    1. thefisayo

      Hehe, thank you dear.

  3. Mayowa

    14 mins looked so short.. Full of fun and laughter.. The reward of an excellent student is extra book, Uche can start reading D.O Fagunwa. Ku ise takuntakun Fisayo.

  4. thefisayo

    Awww thank you Mayowa

  5. Dayo

    Well done. Cool Video. My Yoruba is probably at Fisayo’s level but I just kept watching anyway. I have a Friend who really looks like Uche and bears Uche too.. For second I was guessing. You Girls Look Good. Keep Up the good work.

    1. thefisayo

      Awww, thank you! I appreciate.

  6. Araoye Olubunmi

    Fisayo this is impressive. keep it up. So happy about your initiative. God will enlarge your coast.

    1. thefisayo

      Amen! Ese ma 🙂

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