Saturday, August 18, 2007

Free Videos For Yoruba Kids Abroad Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Free Videos For Yoruba Kids Abroad Press Release
Contact: Soji Oyenuga
www.YorubaForKidsAbroad.com
Gaptel Innovative Solutions Incorporation
1428 14th Street East, Saskatoon,SK, Canada
Phone: 306-262-6299
Fax: 306-374-6069
Email: soji@yorubaforkidsabroad.com
Web site: http://www.YorubaForKidsAbroad.com
Free 7 Videos of Interactive Software for Yoruba Kids Abroad – Learn Yoruba In 27 days, Available at YorubaForKidsAbroad’s New Web Site
Announcing the launch of YorubaForKidsAbroad.com, a Web site where Yoruba parents and kids abroad can gain access to 7 free videos of the interactive software for Yoruba Kids Abroad – Learn Yoruba In 27 days. Having Yoruba kids abroad understand, speak, read and appreciate Yoruba language and culture has never been easier, faster or cheaper.
Saskatoon, Canada –August 18, 2007 Yoruba For Kids Abroad – Learn Yoruba In 27 days, is wholly owned by Gaptel Innovative Solutions Incorporation (Gaptel) an independent software vendor. Gaptel announces the launch of its new Web site (www.YorubaForKidsAbroad.com) and free 7 videos of the interactive software for Yoruba Kids Abroad – Learn Yoruba In 27 days for Nigerian parents abroad.
We are extremely excited today to announce the pre-launch of this unique, easy, fun, kid's friendly, game-like, Yoruba culture-rich and interactive software system.This software will systematically and pyschologically take Yoruba kids at home and abroad from zero interest level in Yoruba language & culture to a comfortable level of interest, understanding and speaking Yoruba language in as little as 27 Days. This software is scheduled for release on the 1st of October, 2007. Effective immediately, Gaptel is giving out Free 7 Videos of this Interactive Software for Yoruba Kids Abroad – Learn Yoruba In 27 days on their website at www.YorubaforKidsAbroad.com
“The driving force of any culture is the language. Culture is meaningless without language and a man or woman without culture is lost indeed. In spite of the repeated clamour for assimilation in the new world, most immigrant parents (Nigerian/Yoruba Parents Abroad inclusive) yearn for their children to have some cultural identity. Their most important tool is language and yet, their greatest challenge is finding effective teaching methods. This Interactive Software provides a modern approach to interactive teaching of Yoruba language and it’s nuances in the context of play and entertainment that most diaspora children are familiar with. It’s simplicity, practicality and attention to individual progress has personally impressed me. I have no doubt that Yoruba children abroad will now be able to have a meaningful conversation with their parents and their grand parents in the next 27 days. ” Said Dr Dele Akinbolue, Founder Yoruba Language School, Saskatoon,Canada in response to the preview of the interactive software videos and the software itself.
Visit http://www.YorubaForKidsAbroad.com or call Soji Oyenuga at 306-262-6299 for details

1 comment:

Bryce said...

Here's a great site for kids to practice reading their newly-learned Yoruba:

Yorùbá wiki browser