This study examined The role of Broadcast Media in Mobilizing women for political participation using residents of Osogbo, Osun State as case study. This study intends to examine the role of the media especially the electronic in mobilizing women for political participation in Nigeria.The objective of the study is also to voice out some cultural values in Nigeria that make it difficult for women to participate in the decision making process and also to stop the issue of women being victims of violence in the home. In this study Agenda Setting Theory was used. The study adopted survey method of research whereby questionnaire was used as research instrument. Total copies of 100 questionnaire was administered among men and women of Osogbo, Osun State, total copies of 89 questionnaire were recovered and was analyzed in chapter four of the study. The study concludes that It is high time for everyone (especially women) to realize that gender identities are largely culturally created and no sex/gender is more important than the other. The findings therefore recommends that Grassroots enlightenment campaign should be organized to change the negative attitude of most people to woman participation in politics as well as to inspire women to vie for elective position.