He will also deliver remarks to the Ghanaian Parliament alongside Ghanaian evangelist Dr. Kingsley Fletcher, the Suapolor of the SE Kingdom.
“Africa is the center of the world, we need unity, we need to extend our hands to our brothers and sisters for us to move forward and make headway as a continent.
There are over 4 million Yoruba people living in Ghana, most of whom are from Nigeria. According to historians, the first group of Yorubas arrived in the Gold Coast around 1813 and initially settled in such places as Accra, Kumasi and Sekondi before moving to the northern part of the Gold Coast, especially Tamale, Wa, Lawra and Nandom.” the Ooni said.
Oba Adeyeye says he is on a quest to bring unity among African nations and to return Africa to global prominence
Her Majesty, Olori Wuraola, will also be meeting with Her Highness, Lordina Mahama, the first lady of Ghana to discuss partnership and trade efforts through her Queen of Ile-Ife Foundation that is aimed at bettering the lives of women in Nigeria and across Africa.
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