It has been an extraordinary journey for the Igbo Proverbs, Idioms, and Phrases podcast in the past year. Despite only releasing five episodes, the show has made a significant impact, ranking in the top 50% of all Buzzsprout podcasts with a staggering 694 downloads across 37 countries. The podcast has particularly resonated with audiences in Nigeria, the United States, the United Kingdom, India, and Canada, with these countries leading the way in terms of downloads. This is a testament to the power of the show’s content and the impact it has had on listeners everywhere.
I would like to express my deepest gratitude to the Wikimedia Foundation and the Igbo Wikimedians User Group for their support in the birth and release of the Igbo Proverbs, Idioms, and Phrases podcast. The preservation and promotion of the Igbo language and culture is a task that is near and dear to my hearts, and I am profoundly grateful for the support.
The Igbo Proverbs, Idioms, and Phrases podcast aims to help preserve the language and culture by providing a platform for sharing proverbs, idioms, and phrases in the Igbo language. The podcast is designed to be quick and easy to listen to, with each episode featuring one proverb, idiom, or phrase, along with its literal meaning, figurative explanation, and the most applicable English language equivalent.
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