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YCYW Ogun State Council Paid A Royal Visit To Kabiesi Onitetiku OF Owode Tetiku-Ota Awori Kingdom

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On his mission to further strengthen and standardize the socio-cultural relationship of the Yoruba youths and the traditional institution across all walls of our dear gateway state (Ogun State), Hon. Sunday Adebowale (The Chairman of Yoruba Council of Youths Worldwide, Ogun State Council) accompanied by Amb. Ajibode Abdulkabir Olawale, Coordinator YCYW Ado odo/Ota L.G and other prominent members of the council, today paid a Royal and introductory visit to the palace of His Royal Majesty Alayeluwa Oba Akanni Adeyinka Ogungbayi (The Onitetiku of Owode-Tetiku Ota, Awori Kingdom who doubles as the Director General of Yoruba Traditional Heritage Southwest Zone.

The visit which was championed by our youths loving father Omo-Oba Femi Fadina, Founder and Chairman of Awori Tourism Board and Dinat Consulting, was one historical visit where issues pertaining to the growth,development as well as the preach for oneness of Yoruba youths and the traditional leaders are extensively discussed.
Hon. Adebowale in his address appreciated the monarch for his warmth welcome and further solicited his support all possible means in order to instill the ethics and emulation of traditional core values in the youths of the entire yoruba race, being the Omoluabis that we are.
Kabiesi being the custodian of culture and tradition in his response, buoyantly pronounced his Royal acceptance and pledged his support for YCYW, he promised to always heed to the call of YCYW as the need arises in order to help achieve our core ideology, mandate as the Umbrella body of all Yoruba Youth coalitions worldwide, founded by His Imperial Majesty Oba Adeyeye Enitan Babatunde Ogunwusi Ojaja II (Ooni Adimula of Ife).
Conclusively, we are rest assured that YCYW is on the right page to bring together all Yoruba youths of Ogun state irrespective of their communities and cultural diversity under one umbrella in order to promote the development of our race as brothers and sisters that we have always and will always be.
Yoruba ni mi… Ọmọ k’otu ojiire!
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