Alágbádá iná is a common Yoruba praise for God. It’s a name and poetic name given to Almighty God of the Abrahamic religion. This is because Muslims that are Yoruba don’t necessarily use the name for Allah who is believed to be the same God that Nigerian Christians serve. The name Alagbada Ina is used exclusively by Yoruba christians to exalt God.
The meaning of Alagbada Ina is, “One who has a robe or large garment made of fire”.
Alágbádá means Owner of a large robe.
Iná means Fire.
Pronunciation of Alagbada Ina: ah-lah-gbah-dah-ee-nuh
1. Alágbádá iná l’ọba ti mò ǹ sìn.
Meaning: The God I serve is one whose robe is made of fire.