Tinu Odunuga was born in the 60s in the United Kingdom to a good family. For the past 12 years, she’s been running The Tinu Tino Show, an award-winning talk show of enlightened and informed topical socio-economic and political issues of our time.



Click the link below https://youtu.be/00OqeeoQqlg.

In addition to her talk show, Tinu operates an empowerment charity organization in Nigeria and other parts of Africa. “I don’t believe in fake life or cheap fame”.  says Tinu. “In so many ways I am different. I’m really focused, and resolute,” continues Tinu. “Don’t forget we walk on a long slippery slope of life every time,”  Tinu reminds us. “However, it’s important to recognize the safe area in order to avoid the slippery part,” Tinu advised. Watch some of my videos here and you may have a peep in Pinterest pins. Tinu loves quotes too. It has come to that stage in life where I accept life as being bearable regardless of issues or responsibilities or mission.

Talking on the important issue of trust, the talk show host quotes Maya Angelou: “I don’t trust people who don’t love themselves and tell me, ‘I love you…” There is an African saying which is: Be careful when a naked person offers you a shirt.” Her charity organization has donated money and materials to institutes, hospitals, schools, universities, homes, and prisons to support training and empowerment programs of the respective institutions.

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Tinu is highly appreciative and sincerely grateful to her donors, sponsors, and other good friends of Tinu Tino Show and her charity organization for their financial and moral support. “Without you,” says Tinu, “we would not have come this far. Together, we can go far and further.”  Tinu also provides an array of services at affordable prices such as interviewing, advertising, motivational speaking, report reading, operational strategizing, coordinating empowerment programmes & conferences, promotions, voice-over work,  anchoring events or programs, broadcasting and event coverage. https://youtu.be/08loOOeV98k



Esther Ehin · 19 September 2017 at 12:25 PM

Tinoshow is absolutely amazing! She’s a wonderful person inside and out. Her passion flows through into every aspect of her work. The informational and much needed topics that she explores truly separates her from the rest in her field. Really missing the TV shows hope she’s back on air with some new content soon!

    TinuTino · 19 September 2017 at 2:48 PM

    You are so kind with your chosen genuine words. Yes we are on air in few weeks time. We appreciate good people like you.

Edna · 19 September 2017 at 3:01 PM

Amazing! I love what you’re doing for countries in Africa as well as other areas around the globe, that need in-depth analysis, support and assistance- such as yours. Please do continue to help our continent Tinoshow. The main issue of our society today is the impact of learning and training for the millennials. As a youth myself, I feel as though the youths need more attention on learning about the realisition of issues that many of us will be facing. Whether socioeconomically, environmental, technological and ethically and others. This way we would know what we can do to encourage eachother on improving ourselves as of being the next generation for this society, and most importantly taking our countries back home into consideration.

    TinuTino · 19 September 2017 at 6:15 PM

    Excellent contribution there too Edna. I am proud of young people like you who exhibit rare eloquence. Don’t forget you can send in areas where we can work with young people.

Edna · 19 September 2017 at 3:03 PM

My peers and I can’t wait to see what Tinoshow has in store for the youths!

    TinuTino · 21 September 2017 at 1:14 PM

    You all will be glad to tune in to watch our new episodes. Smiles.

BJO · 19 September 2017 at 9:42 PM

Tinu, you are a blessing to Nigeria, Africa, and indeed the world. You’re a candle that lights the way in the thick forest of poverty, disease, joblessness, and hopelessness in Nigeria. You have a big difference in the lives of many. We wish you a continued success as you strive to provide meaning to the lives of the poor around the world. Keep up the good work!

    TinuTino · 21 September 2017 at 1:13 PM

    I appreciate your nice comment too. Smiles.

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