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Introduction – Ep 1 – Yoruba Igbo Muslimah – eNarrate version

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Yoruba Igbo muslimah podcast Korayday Korede Azeez


In the first quarter of 2016, I published a podcast series titled Yoruba Igbo Muslimah where I talked about what it was like growing up in Christian Igbo land as a Yoruba Muslim. Not too long after that series, I produced another version of the podcast for eNarrate, which is an online Muslim radio station.

If you have listened to the first series, you might be wondering why you should listen to this one. Well, here’s why:

The episodes are longer. From about 5 minutes per episode, each one is now 10 minutes.

Content is richer. I delve deeper into each topic, drawing lessons from the Qur’an and Hadeeth.

Others join me on the podcast. That’s right! I got other Muslim ladies in later episodes!

All the episodes will be uploaded to YouTube over the next 2 months, so please check in every weekend. I’d love to put them on IGTV as well, but I’ve been unsuccessful with that.

Please listen, like, share and subscribe. I’d love to get your feedback. Thanks!

Korayday is a multi-media creative. She's a ghost copywriter who writes fiction and daydreams about making films in her spare time. Korayday is the creator of the Yoruba Igbo Muslimah podcast, a foodie, and part-time cyborg. Find her work on her blog,

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