In the quest to further strengthen the socio-cultural and economic and as well as empowerment the entirety of all youths constituencies around the nooks and crannies of our beloved gateway state, Hon. Sunday Adebowale (the Chairman of Yoruba Council of Youths worldwide, Ogun State council) accompanied by the Leadership of YCYW Ado odo/Ota local government under the led administration of Amb. Ajibode Abdulkabir O. Paid a courtesy visit to the Founder and Chairman of Awori Tourism and Dinat Consulting in person of High-Prince Femi Oluwasina Fadina, in order to progressively discuss relevant issues partaining to both the growth and development of Yoruba youths and the tourism sector.
The Chairman in his remarks appreciated the renowned tourist for his fatherly and mentorship role towards the development of the council since it’s introduction to Ado odo/Ota. He therefore advice Yoruba youths to emulate traditional core values and norms of Yoruba and also emulate our socio-cultural heritage.
He further called on the attention of the government from all cedars to always ensure to encourage, promote and pay significant interest in the Tourism sector which at the shirt and long run will serve as a tool to improve Youths employment ,empowerment and attract foreign investment towards a sustainable economic development growth of Ogun state and our entire country at large.
High-Prince Femi Fadina ( The founder and chairman Awori Tourism and Dinat Consulting) being the lover of youths unequivocally promised to fully support in all possible ways and partner with the YCYW Ogun State Council in other to achieve our core ideology, mandate and the council’s constitution as the umbrella body of Yoruba Youths organization worldwide, Founded by His Imperial Majesty Oba Adeyeye Enitan Babatunde Ogunwusi Ojaja II (Ooni Adimula of ife), under the leadership of Aremo Barrister Oladotun Hassan.Esq. (National President YCYW).
Conclusively, the duo parties have both agreed to actively work to for the growth and development of the yoruba race, the state, as well our beloved father land Nigeria.
Yoruba ni mi… Ọmọ k’otu Ojiire!