XENOPHOBIA: AYIDSA CANCELED 2019 HERITAGE DAY

XENOPHOBIA: AYIDSA CANCELED 2019 HERITAGE DAY

The Association of Yorubas in Diaspora ‘South Africa’ notified their esteemed members and the general public about the cancellation of the 2019 Heritage Day due to tension, protests and security concerns in the host country.

The Grand-Patron and Lecturer, Alaafin of Oyo also canceled his earlier planned visit to the Republic of South Africa due to the same reasons. AYIDSA will communicate further plans with members and the general public as said by the AYIDSA P.R.O

Dr. Agbeniyi, the planning committee chairman, A man with the interest of Yorubas and their culture at heart visited Ooni of Ife, Alaafin of Oyo, Aare Oona kakanfo and other Yoruba dignitaries to ensure 2019 successful heritage day.

Dr. Agbeniyi With Comrade (Dr) Olumide Aderibole. President Yoruba indigene foundation worldwide.

Chairman Planning committee having discussions with the consul-general Godwin Adama about the heritage day on the sideline of Exclusive Boutique unveiling in June 2019 .

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