Yoruba Audio Bible

Inspired by God, recorded in Ibadan, Nigeria.
First and ONLY Old & New Testament Bible in Yoruba language.

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Yoruba Audio Bible

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Yoruba Audio Story

In 2015, there was no old testament audio version of the Yoruba Bible. Our team recorded, and produced the first and only audio version, and made it available as a mobile app.

The audio was recorded in Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria by Abiola Oduremi. This project took us over one year to complete, and we learned a lot during the process. We were also able to develop our own manuscript from The King James Version 2004 edition.


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Yoruba Team Members

Sanmi Ayotunde
Sanmi Ayotunde

Sanmi Ayotunde

Web & Mobile App Developer

Timothy Abiola Oduremi
Timothy Abiola Oduremi

Timothy Abiola Oduremi


Akinsola Ayodele Jethro
Akinsola Ayodele Jethro

Akinsola Ayodele Jethro

Studio Engineer

Demilade Adetuberu
Demilade Adetuberu

Demilade Adetuberu


Message from our founder

Psalm 68:11 The Lord gave the word: great was the company of those that published it.

We are a group of young christians with a lot of technology and music industry background. We are not the qualified ones to translate the bible into our native language but God has strengthened our hands to produce this new versions of the bible.

Our team a just a group of youths who volunteered to dedicate our lives to this project. Honestly, this project is not an easy one to accomplish but we don’t know where we find the courage and the strength to always pull through.

DaBible Foundation is an open source project, which means anyone can become a member of our team by volunteering to help in any part of the project. If you wish to participate or contribute to our ongoing projects. Contact us directly at support@dabible.com


Samuel Ajayi Crowther, a slave boy rescued by the British Royal Navy during the slave trade era grew up to become African’s foremost linguist. He translated the King James Bible to Yoruba Language in the mid-1880s. If he can do it with the ink of a pen, we can do more with technology!