Amotekun: We Are Fully In Support of South-West Security Outfit – Council Of Yoruba Leaders Worldwide

The Council of Yoruba Leaders Worldwide has declared its support for the Western Nigerian Security Network popularly known as “Amotekun” .The organization described the initiative as the way forward and the main panacea for the security challenges being faced by the six South/Western States in Nigeria.

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Alaafin List Categories Of Kings Kwam I, Mayegun Of Yorubaland Can’t Disrespect

  The Alaafin of Oyo, Oba Lamidi Olayiwola Adeyemi III, has said Mayegun of Yoruba land, Alhaji Wasiu Ayinde, popularly known as Kwam I cannot disrespect the likes of the Ooni of Ife, the Orangun of Ila, the Awujale of Ijebu-Ode, the Owa Obokun of Ilesa, the Alake of Egba and stretch his hands to them either in private or public gatherings.

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Gani Adams And The Desecration Of Yoruba Tradition

Gani Adams And The Desecration Of Yoruba Tradition The Yoruba traditions, norm, customs and culture have been subjected to ridicules. Just two days ago, on social media, I saw the list of almost twenty people who Chief Gani Adams are preparing to confer with another Chieftaincy titles this month as part of his second year anniversary as Aare Onakakanfo. Before making enquiries from our elders who are very vast in Yoruba history, I asked myself! As someone who has spent 58 years on earth. Can a chief confer chieftaincy title…

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Cultural Upgrade: Catalyst for Modern Attraction

I danced and nobody can dare ask why I dance because I don’t dance for you but God. We should not blame a sweet melody because of the drummer. Rather, appreciate whatever synchronize and in tune with time. Dancing to songs of all nature, be it modern shaku shaku or Tesumole shouldn’t be limited to people of certain age and position. Kings are human. Let us enjoy ourselves with modern styles, songs and dancing steps. Songs are instruments of merriments and dancing steps are manifestation of happy mood. As kings,…

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Complete Story: “Afonja” The Coup d’ etat That Shook The Entire Yoruba Race

The complete forfeiture of the Ilorin throne by the Yorubas to the Fulani people can be traced to the singular act of mutiny, disobedience, envious and stubborn nature of a Man named Afonja. Afonja was the Great grandson of Laderin, founder of Ilorin town the most influential person in the history of Old Ilorin. His father was one of the men who swelled the army that stood against Basorun Gaa, the tyrant warlord who dealt horror to kings and commons alike.

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