First Inaugural Meeting of Omoluabi Movement in Johannesburg

First Inaugural Meeting of Omoluabi Movement in Johannesburg

Saturday, 26th August 2017.

The first inaugural meeting of the Omoluabi Movement was held in Johannesburg, South Africa. Omoluabi Movement, a registered not for profit organisation was registered by Femi Oshin and Adeleke Olukoya in 2015.

Omoluabi Movement was created to promote love and unity among Yorubas. It was also created to promote the Yoruba language, culture and heritage.

The meeting was attended by Oluwadamilare Olusan Joshua of The African Portal, Femi Oshin of BACC, Emmanuel Olumuyiwa Akinbowale, Adewale Fashola Osuba and Adekunle Owolabi from Nest Digital Agency. The members also had a video call session with Adeleke Olukoya, one of the founding members in Nigeria.

Femi Oshin anchored the meeting and a lot of issues were discussed. The members discussed the basic structure of the organization, manifesto, vision, memberships, ethos, values and mission.

Omoluabi Movement is not like every other organisation in South Africa because of the adopted ethics and values of the organisation.
The next meeting of Omoluabi Movement will be held on the 30th September at the BACC office, 30th September 2017.

For more information about Omoluabi Movement check www.omoluabimovement.org

Nigerians in South Africa is an official media partner of the organisation, we will bring more news about the organisation to our readers.

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