“Greetings from…” Surajo Teete, a Fulfulde language digital activist from Nigeria

Rising Voices invites you to join us for the fourth in the 5-episode “audio postcards” series “Greetings From…” series, featuring the voices of African language digital activists from South Africa, Nigeria, and Ghana.

In this fourth episode, we explore the personal narratives of Surajo Teete in his own words.

Special thanks to producer Malcolm Bamba, whose collaboration with each activist has brought forth these compelling stories. Through his work, listeners will embark on a journey, gaining insights into the origins of each activist's digital engagement with their language. Additionally, this series sheds light on the challenges they confront and their ongoing motivation for their work.

The spotlight of the fourth episode shines on Surajo, whose work revolves around promoting the Fulfulde language of Nigeria in digital spaces. Rising Voices interviewed Surajo in this earlier blog post about his work, and you can listen to the audio narrated in the Fulfulde language.

Download the audio file here

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