Isaac Olajide Fadeyi (PhD), Maryann Abisola Ariwodola


Using radio to create effective communication for the promotion of culture, morals for corruption free, good and effective governance in the society towards development has also been identified with the radio. Though radio station airs programme in relation to this and many more, Women 91.7FM was created to focus majorly on programs that would be development friendly to the gender in Nigeria. With a secondary research approach, the information for this study was acquired from journals, papers, books, and websites. In this paper, the researcher examined the appraisal of women’s programmes for development on radio stations, through the types of programs broadcasted at allotted duration on time and days of the week: from Monday to Friday. As a result, suggestions were made to address the appraisal, it was stated in this paper that more women-oriented radio stations be established and that other radio stations should have women-focused programmes in the country.


Radio, Women, Frequency, Development, Inclusion.

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