Executive Members of OHO 2015-2017
Mr. Rahmon Momoh President's Statement on Main Page
Mr. Anthony Jolaosho :
Honorable Anthony Jolaosho is a proud Yoruba man from Ijebu Ishara Remo, Ogun State, Nigeria. He is eager to provide his services and support to the President and all executive officers. Honorable Jolaosho also serves as the treasurer of the Egbe omo Yoruba national organization.
Director of Administration:
Director of Cultural Affairs:
Mrs. T. Thomas
Born and bred in Ibadan, Oyo State. Mama. "T" traces her lineage to the four parental ancestral homes (Omo Ibadan, Omo Owa, Omo Opomulero, Omo Iresa). She is a published author of Children's novels; an education specialist; a professional performing artist; and a former Arts & Cultural officer of the Federal Government of Nigeria.
Mrs Thomas' focus is to showcase our Yoruba indigenous cultural heritage to the world through her position as Director of Cultural Matters with Oduduwa Heritage Organization.
Director Of Finance:
Mr. Kunmi Afolabi
Director of Membership & Social Affairs:
Mr. Gbenga Odusanya
Director Of Publicity & Community Outreach
Dr. Bukky Oyebade
Mrs. Bukky Oyebade is the Director of Publicity and Community Outreach for the current administration. As a public representative of the organization, she believes in building strategic relationships with other organizations in a manner that promotes a positive image of the Oduduwa Heritage Organization with. Mrs Oyebade is married with 3 beautiful daughters.
Director Of Treasury:
Mr. Fola Da-Silva
My name is Folarin Da Silva. I have been a member of OHO since 1996. During these years, I have served the organization in different capacities including the position of the President and Treasurer for over two terms. I am the current Treasurer of the organization. It is my hope to use my experience and knowledge of the organization to improve the quality of service the organization provides to the Yoruba and the Nigerian communities, here in the Bay Area. My focus will be to ensure that the financial standing of the organization improves greatly.
Director of Women & Youth Affairs
Mrs. Eniola Jolaosho
As Director of Youth and Women Affairs, Mrs Jolaosho is responsible for the participation and coordinating activities for our Yorubas youth. These include Yoruba educational programs, seminars, OHO youth conference, cultural programs and youth picnics.
Mr. Mojeed Salaam
Mr. Mojeed Salaam was born in Lagos and attended Ansar-ud-deen Primary School, Amuto Lagos. He later wen to Renascent High School, Aremo Ibadan and worked at Wema Bank before coming to he US. As a Trial Attorney, Mr. Salaam has over 13 years of experience and has defended employers and insurance carriers in California Workers’ Compensation matters, including Section 132(s) discrimination claims. He has defended his clients on a wide variety of claims including asbestos, psychiatric, stress, immune system, latex, chronic fatigue, multi-party, hearing loss and fraud cases. Mr. Salaam is also experienced in the area of environmental law and toxic tort.
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