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Segilola’s story is a classic African narrative of the interesting and captivating adventures of a young lady in 19th century Lagos. Segilola’s Audio story is narrated in Yoruba, a West African language. Produced in the studio at Ibadan, by the Abeokuta.org/Radio Abeokuta team, Segilola’s story was originally featured 80 years ago in a Lagos newspaper. Abeokuta.org is a multi-media website that promotes Yoruba language and culture using the latest multi-media technology.