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Thursday, 6 July 2017

Yoruba's In America To Invest $200M In Nigeria

People of Yoruba race in America have expressed support for the development of culture and tourism in Ile-Ife and Nigeria.


Ambassador to the Crown and Kingdom of Oyotunji in South Carolina, United States of America, Rotimi Vaughan said this at the unveiling the logo and ARA the popular drum artiste as the face of Oloyotunji Festival which was done at the ILE OODUA Palace of Ooni at Ile-Ife.


The festival according to him is scheduled to take place between August and November 2017 at Oyotunji African Village, a Yoruba kingdom in America. He explained that Nigerians in diaspora were willing to invest in the country saying that plans were on top gear on the investment of $200m in Ile-Ife and Nigeria at large.





Ambassador Vaughan lauded Ooni of Ife, His Imperial Majesty Ooni Adeyeye Ogunwusi (Ojaja II), for exposing Nigerians in diaspora to the richness of their culture.


“The way members of the public perceive Ooni is awesome. You are loved worldwide. We are encouraged to do this because of your support for our cultural revolution and tourism"


“We are totally committed to the Ooni’s mission for cultural revolution. We will do everything within our power to support the drive. The impact of African American in the next two years will be powerfully felt.



“We are coming with $200m investment to Nigeria. After our visit to Nigeria, our people now want to associate with Nigeria and people of Nigerian race. We want to ensure that our impact is felt in our homeland. I must say that African-American now want to come to Nigeria.”
Ambassador Vaughan said


He encouraged Nigerians to participate in the festival, saying it was a means to re-unite historical experiences.


“Festivals open doors for Nigeria to experience what Africans taken to America as slaves had and the celebration of our heritage as blacks.


“It will open doors for Nigerians to meet their American friends and tap into several opportunities. It is an opportunity for empowerment and friendship.
The festival will be for four months covering different states and get enlightenment about African-American.
There will be seminars on Agriculture, commerce, industry, etc.”
He added.


On his part, Ooni Ooni Ogunwusi asked the organisers to make participation in the festival worthwhile and expressed his full support for the festival.


The globally recognised Spiritual Leader of Yorubas said the festival go a long way in enlightening​ the black Americans the 90% of whom are already clamming Yorubaland as their origin. He urged the organizers to be very sincere and make the impact of the festival positively felt.


“90 per cent of those taken to America are of the Yoruba origin. Many of them have started embarking on DNA and it is revealing their true origin.


“The festival will bring about englightment about black race. Do it with sincerity and make the impact felt.”
Ooni Ogunwusi said.

The king of Oyotunji Village, Oba Adefunmi Adejuyigbe was represented by the Aare Apo of Oyotunji Aare Apo of Oyotunji Village, Chief Oluwabe Amodie.

24 comments:

Joblesshousewife said...

hmmmmm 200m?

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Good

Yori Yori Princess Loveme Jeje said...

Picture 1 is it the people that wants to invest $200 million in NIgeria? hahahaha na question ooo because dem no look like person wey get up to N$1000 dollars for america

Mrs.R SDK blog Official BFF said...

Go my people!
I'm Yoruba and I'm proud.

Monkeynofine said...

Just like dangote but he's the richest man in Africa 😂😂😂😂

Baby Oku said...

lol. these ones look hungry abeg..

Anonymous said...

See your dull life, because they are not wearing gold and lookin flashy? Thats why ibo people we remain a backwards ethnic.
You think its by the look? Fool

Anonymous said...

These are people that have association and well rooted in america. Hatred will not let yo people be great. Be there doing secretary for pastor and thin life ends there. Useless mofo forming what I dont know on internet.

Anonymous said...

Tell your people to invest in that your backward biafra. You cant live in your stat of origin but you fool always here to shout secession. Idiot somebody.

Anonymous said...

Lmao

AdeEsther (need quick loan? Call 09087090732) said...

Yori Yori you know what? Ariwo kor ni music. Kosi laulau

AdeEsther (need quick loan? Call 09087090732) said...

No $200m

Kayanmata (NATURAL APHRODISIAC) D623C11B... 08120062969...Order now! said...

Awon Yoruba demons.... # kidding #

Way to go people!

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Yori yori, sometimes try to stiffle back some opinions back into your head. This comment alone- whether you like it or not will bring you more haters.

Anonymous said...

She's a fool.

Anonymous said...

Thats why your life is upside down. You all come here to beg for crumps and hide behind your chinko phone to insult your helper. Tell your Igbo brothers abroad to do same too and bring investment to your backward states. Omo ale.

Anonymous said...

well done kabiyesi, Olodumare bless you sir.

Anonymous said...

No be only $200m. Person wey never chop belleful dey contribute money? Naija people like to blow price for anything.

Gold Dud said...

Anon 14:30, you are bad. I swear. Lol at Chinko phone.

Gold Dud said...

You think say everyone is a pauper like you.

Anonymous said...

That first picture na WA, na real WA. Who wan invest 200m dollars Ni. They don't have it. You can cry over my comment

Anonymous said...

If the thing dey pain you go jump inside lagoon

Anonymous said...

Idiot you. The money wil be spent not at once but it will span for years while investing it. This is the only thing you all read and that why sense elude you all

Anonymous said...

Yoruba race ? Nigerian race ?? Okay nice one

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