Current Alaga of Egbe Onisin Eledumare for 2019 -2022

Alaafia gbogbo wa!

Greetings to all our supporters, subscribers, members, friends and all those who seek for information on African/Yoruba Sacred science.

As a new gregorian calendar year has been ushered in, we take this opportunity to formally thank all those who have supported and encouraged us as we engaged the world in our efforts to positively portray ourselves as world contributors on our planet.

Egbe Onisin Eledumare has been in active engagement in this time from 1971 to the present.

As we opened gregorian calendar year 2019,in accordance with our constitution elections were held and we have elected afresh Administration.

This administration would utilize the past experience of previous Administrators as they strategize in utilizing the various media available to us to get our messages out to the world public.

We thank all who have supported in the past and we thank the providers of this platform WordPress for their support and encouragement over the years of our use of this platform.

The photograph on the upper left is of our current Alaga – Agba Ogundiran Ogunkeye who is no stranger to our Administrative team have served previously in the Administration in another capacity.

Agba Ogundiran is the leader of the principal functional sacred space of Egbe Onisin Eledumare in Ile Durani ati Ile Aloubera – Republic Trinidad & Tobago.

Agba Esubiyi Olutoyin current Oludari Agbaiye Egbe Onisin Eledumare 2019 – 2022

Another principal team member in the current Administration is Agba Esubiyi Olutoyin.

Agba Olutoyin is a dedicated member of Egbe Onisin Eledumare over the many years of his membership and is serving for a second time as Oludari Agbaiye. His first service was while the Administrative terms had been reduced to one year terms. As such the effectiveness of his leadership may not have been easily assessed by all. That as it may be both the membership and Orisa through divinatory processes confirmed Agba Olutoyin in this most important role of Egbe Onisin Eledumare for the next four years.

The administrators of this site have confidence that he shall lead well in his term of office.

Orisalase Ogelana Ogunlade Country Coordinator Ile Durani ati Ile Aloubera E.O.E. 2019 -2022

Serving in the Administration as it’s first Country Coordinator is Orisalase Ogelana Ogunlade entrepeneur and seeker of Truth.

Ogelana is a recently initiated memeber of Egbe Onisin Eledumare who has no experience in our organization’s Administration prior to now. This will be an opportunity for Ogelana to excellently and honourably repressent the young and upcoming aspirants of Egbe Onisin Eledumare in leadership discipline and commitment. Nothing is beyond the capacity of Egbe Onisin Eledumare as we pursue excellence of spirit and character. The administrators of this site have faith that Ogelana can learn and master his challenge in this beginning stage of his leadership career/opportunity at Egbe Onisin Eledumare.

The young women at the helm as we move forward are also recent initiates of Egbe Onisin Eledumare. They are Carla McKnight Onafowokan ati Ogunwumi Ogunlade  in the capacity of Akapo ati Balogun. Financial affairs, management of the finances of the organization and security issues of the organization. Though young the full confidence of the Elders and the Orisa have been entrusted in them and we know that they shall lead well.

Kibwe Alabede Ogunlade Akowe E.O.E 2019 -2022

Also on the team for 2019 – 2022 is Kibwe Alabede Ogunlade who will serve as Akowe. The organization is aware of the challenges that our recently initiated Akowe will face, but we are confident that he recognizes that a great responsibility has been placed on his shoulder and that he will shoulder it well.

As the team engages its administrative responsibility our public shall learn of them more.

Our team reaches out to you.

May you reach out to them.

May the good relationship that we have always had with you our public continue to improve as we grow.

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