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IJO ORUNMILA ADULAWO GENERAL YOUTH MEETING July 11, 2015(Saturday)


PREIDENT: OJUBONA FANIYI FASOLA BABTUNDE




















Report from the IJO ORUNMILA ADULAWO GENERAL YOUTH Meeting which took place today (July 11, 2015) at IJO IJEMU AGBADU, ABEOKUTA.

The meeting which should start by 10am but was delayed due to some late coming.

This YOUTH MEETING that is being done in every branch of IJO ORUNMILA ADULAWO (I.O.A) is for the purpose of improving and assisting the development of Quick Awareness Recovery of TRADITIONAL RELIGION in Africa today.

The General Meeting is always done every two two month, which is to know how each branch has been working together and how fine their parish is.

All thanks to the General Youth President FASOLA FANIYI BABATUNDE which has been keeping the Youths together.

We are about to organize a MEGA RALLY soon which committees' has been appointed from each ILEDU (lagos, egba, remo & ijebu)..................The date of the Rally and Area will be announced soon....

We also Urge the Government to always declare August 20 of every year for us as it is the ISESE DAY all over the world.














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