n. A subdivision of currency, equal to one hundredth of a Nigerian naira.
n. 100 kobos equal 1 naira
KOBO (1450 AM) is a Multicultural radio station. Licensed to Yuba City, California, USA. KOBO 1450 AM is simulcast with KIID 1470 AM.
The station was sold by Tom Huth (Huth Broadcasting) to Punjabi American Media LLC, which had an agreement with the seller to provide programs under the banner of Punjabi Radio USA. Sale-related documents filed in May 2015 with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), show a "time brokerage agreement" enabled Punjabi American to program the station, while waiting for the FCC to approve transferring the license for KOBO from Huth to the buyers. The sale was consummated on October 13, 2015, at a purchase price of $390,000.
The Punjabi American community in Sutter County is one of the largest outside the state of Punjab, India. It is most concentrated in South Yuba City where 20.2% of residents are South Asian, predominantly Punjabi, followed by Live Oak (7.8%), Tierra Buena (7.8%), and Yuba City (6.4%).
Kobo is one of the woredas in the Amhara Region of Ethiopia. Located in the northeast corner of the Semien Wollo Zone, Kobo is bordered on the south by the Logiya River which separates it from Habru and Guba Lafto, on the west by Gidan, on the north by Tigray Region, and on the east by the Afar Region. Towns in Kobo include Gobiye, Kobo and Robit (Kobo Robit).