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2019 World Ifa/Orisa Pilgrimage In Ekiti And Ife.
2019 World Ifa Orisa Pilgrimage In Ekiti And Ife.

2019 World Ifa/Orisa Pilgrimage In Ekiti And Ife.

I am very certain that Orunmila and other Orisa will be dancing and enjoying with what is happening with Ifa and Orisa Practitioners Community presently. Why? Because, miraculously with their sanctions, we have promoted the brotherhood among the Orisa and the historical towns of Ekiti and Ile Ife, the cradle of Yoruba nation.

I, Oloye Awodiran Okanlawon Ayinde Agboola, Asoju Awo Agbaye, Ile Ife, Araba of Oworonsoki land Lagos Nigeria and Trustee of International Council for Ifa Religion heartily felicitate with a Co-Trustee and former President of ICIR, Professor Idowu Odeyemi, incumbent President, Oluwo Solagbade Popoola, Eminence Owolabi Awodotun Aworeni, Araba Oluisese Agbaye Ile Ife and others too numerous to mention.

We are all “ORIIRE” Ifa mentioned in Ogunda bede as follows:-

Alubata nii f’egbe wolu
Adifa fun ORIIRE ti ntorun bo waye
Alubata nii f’egbe wolu
Adifa fun Oba Ewilado
Won ni korubo ko le ba bi ORIIRE lomo
O gbebo o rubo, o si bi ORIIRE lomo

Bata drummer enters the city side-ways(sage)
Cast divination for ORIIRE(favourable destined child) coming from heaven to Earth 
Bata drummer enters the city side-ways (sage)
Cast divination for Oba Ewilado(King of Ado)
He was spiritually instructed to offer sacrifice so as to beget ORIIRE(Favourable destined child)
He complied and produced ORIIRE(Favourable destined child)

Congratulations, after the pilgrimage in Ekiti, it ends with World Ifa Festival and divination in Ile Ife on the 1st/2nd of June 2019.
My late return from United States was the reason for my absence in Ekiti.

Stay blessed 
With every one of you, Ifa and Orisa will never die. Ase.

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