WHERE ARE OUR CHIEFS ?

Today , Chiefs in Ile – Iere were to have met at the home of Oloye Orawale Oranfe to deal with matters related to the well being of their communities.

Chiefs,Oridakin, BabaMokun ati Orawale Oranfe dicuss the situation.

Chiefs at informal meeting.

Only three Chiefs showed up .

What is the matter? At many fora one can hear Elders , Chiefs and devotees complaining about the lack of progress and cohesiveness in the Orisa / African sacred science community. How can we progress when those who mouth progress and Unity do not show up at meetings that they have convened. Is ti that Itadogun, Ancestral rites and other shrine obligations and meetings supersede the importance and relevance of Council Meetings ?

The author of this article  does not want to take a condemnatory approach, but he certinaly wishes to advice those who cannot contact the Akowe if they can’t attend meetings should forfeit their right of condemnation of the lack of progress in  our community if they themselves cannnot be exemplary in their conduct and attendance of meetings constituted to address the advance of our community. The work of the Chief’s Council concerns all devotees and the y need to be aware of what  is taking place. For too long the  Olutoo has remained silent on these matters and hope that this approach of public accountability to our devotees allow us to respond adequately to our responsibilities.

May Orisa ati Eegun  help us to resolve this challenge.

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7 responses to “WHERE ARE OUR CHIEFS ?

  1. Alaafia!
    It is sad to see that the drums were rolled to the voice of the village cries, and only 3 chiefs attended. To those, keep up the good work and in so doing infuse the youths’ mind to a healthy and productive way of life. We are all threads of the Cosmic Fabric, so whatever one do will affect the lives of others…. Keep up the Good Work!

    • yorubasacredsciencecentre

      Greetings! E k’abo!
      Thank you Carlene for your generosity and compassion of Spirit as you addressed the challenge of Chiefs in Ile – Iere, Republic Trinidad & Tobago, Caribbean. It is the voice and sentiments of people like yourself that lightens the responsibility of those of us commissioned by Spirit to fulfill the noble and honourable task of serving the will of our people in our capacities as Chiefs. May the Olorun and all ” sky gods ” HEAR AND ANSWER PRAY. MAY IFA/ ORUNMILA BY THE AUTHORITY INVESTED IN THE PRINCIPLE OF Truth.Liberation and Justice grant that our Council OF AFRIKAN TRADITIONAL CHIEFS fulfill it’s mandate to our people.Oloye Orawale Oranfe

  2. Just continue to meet. Three of you are minimum as a group traditionally, as time goes on, others will also be convinced on the importance of meeting. Ifa says, human beings are difficult to govern. Even the Irunmole we are following had the same problems when they were ruling the people in this world before. Everything will soon be alright. Keep it up.
    Irunmole a gbe wa o. Ase.
    Blessings

    • yorubasacredsciencecentre

      E kabo! Alaafia! Adupe lopolopol Thank you very much Brother and friend Babalawo Prince Adigun Olosun for visiting our site and for your warm encouragement of our efforts here in Ile – Iere, Republic Trinidad & Tobago, Caribbean. This encouragement means a lot to me ,and I will accept this advice and continue to move towards the envisioned goal. May you also continue to persevere in your own encounters with the forces of impediment to your success. May Eledumare,orisa,abasom, loa,neter and all manner of beneficent beings guide us both along the path to success. May our own Ori be pleased with our successes.
      Oloye Orawale Oranfe

  3. So True, Ase!

  4. Awo Osoyin Ironu Abiomo

    If anyone needs offerings I am Charging $50 to feed Esu and Osun for you I am an initiated Ogboni and Osun member from 2007. Send me you info obajeunjeun@hotmail.com I am also a member of http://www.narcworld.com since 12-2009 so I am authentic. I was initiated by Chief Obatunde Awosika we are also looking for new members to join the Societies.

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