As the current president of the Oduduwa Heritage Organization, it gives me great joy to announce the rebirth of OHO newsletter, “Akede.”
Akede is now the place to go for information on upcoming cultural activities, family celebrations, promotion of authentic Yoruba fashions and cuisines, and tit-bits on wellness the Yoruba way.
You can all look forward to very entertaining and highly informative articles on our rich culture and way of life
Odua a gbe wa o. Ase.
Rahmon Olufemi Oluwakemi Momoh
President (2015 - 2017)
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BI NA KO BA TAN LORI…EJE KI TAN LEKANA!
(Translation in English below)
As long as there is work to do, we will do it!
Jan 16- 1st general meeting
Feb 6- Casino Trip
Aug 6- Annual Family Picnic
Oct 1- Health Awareness/Nigeria Day Celebration
Dec 10- Scholarship Awards/Banquet
The mission of OHO is to promote, encourage Yoruba tradition, culture and heritage, and educate the public of its benefits.
The Yoruba people (Yoruba: Àwọ̀n ọ́mọ́ Yorùbá) are an ethnic group of southwestern Nigeria and southern Benin in West Africa. The Yoruba constitute over 35 million people in total, the majority of this population is from Nigeria and make up 21% of its population.