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Olori Aderonke Ogunwusi Partners Osun Information Ministry On Moremi Ajasoro Heritage

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Queen Aderonke Ademiluyi Ogunwusi, one of the Queens of the Ooni of Ife, His Imperial Majesty Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi has extended an hand of fellowship to the State Information Ministry in promoting Moremi Ajasoro cultural Heritage.

The Queen’s entourage of Moremi Ajasoro Cultural Heritage were on a courtesy call to the Ministry on Tuesday, where it declared its intent to revive and promote the legendary Moremi Ajasoro to the Oodua descendants across the globe.

The Queen, who is the CEO of Adire Oodua hub, Ile-Ife among other conglomerates was represented by Mrs Adetola Ogundipe,who led the Moremi Ajasoro Maidens to the Information Ministry in Osogbo.

Ambassador Kehinde Olagunju in her opening remarks said that Moremi Ajasoro is part of yoruba history from Ile-Ife, the cradle of yoruba race. She added that the organization chose to partner the Ministry based on her tenacity to promote Yoruba rich culture through information dissemination.

Speaking further, she explained that the courtesy call was targeted at advocating eco-friendly ecosystem of green earth to the state populace as she described the Yoruba history as a rich one.She stressed that Queen Aderonke Ademiluyi Ogunwusi’s interest in promoting culture is passion-driven with notable success stories on cultural heritage, proudly supported by her husband,Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi.

In her response, the Coordinating Director, Ministry of Information and Civic Orientation, Barrister (Mrs) Olubukola Aderibigbe applauded the initiative of the royal queen on cultural renaiscence of historical legend such as Moremi Ajasoro.

Describing Moremi Ajasoro as a female fighter in Yoruba methodology, Aderibigbe explained that the Ministry is the information management hub of the State Government, pledging support for the forthcoming programme. She also commended the 27 maidens in the convoy of the queen, all dressed in beautiful African attires.

The Moremi Ajasoro Cultural Heritage team was received by the management and Information Officers of the Ministry.

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