ROYAL MAJESTY OBA BABATUNDE ADETOKUNBO ELEJESI OF EJESI IFE KINGDOM VISITED SOUTH AFRICA

Barely in less than a month to the Association of the Yoruba in Diaspora 3rd Heritage day, One of the Ooni of Ife Royal council His Royal Majesty Oba babatunde Adetokunbo made a private visit to South Africa.

The two days visit was full of activities. The Ooni of ife right hand man was received at the OR Tambo international airport Johannesburg by the Members of Ekhuleni Districts of Association of the Yorubas in Diaspora South Africa.

The delegation was led by the chairman Mr Sunday Ayoola. AYIDSA vice president and a long time associate of the royal king received the traditional ruler.

Later there was a welcoming lunch attended by AYIDSA National Executive Council Member and Members hall of paladins. On Monday 24th September,

Oba Adetokunbo visited the Union building in Pretoria with members of Pretoria District of AYIDSA. Before returning to Nigeria, He also paid a courtesy visit to the Acting High Commissioner of Nigeria to South Africa Mr Adamu Bako at the Nigeria high commission in Pretoria among others.

 

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