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Monday, 22 February 2016

Oni of Ife Oba Enitan Adeyeye Ogunwusi‎, OJAJA II endorses "Ile Ife Easter Fiesta"

All roads will be leading to Ile-Ife this Easter for a first of its kind spectacular event, as Oba Enitan Adeyeye Ogunwusi, OJAJA II, Ooni of Ife has endorsed the event tagged Ile-Ife Easter Fiesta and Coronation Concert initiated by In-House Entertainment LTD. The event which promises to showcase Ile-Ife‎, Music, Comedy, Culture and the rich traditional heritage of the Yorubas has a lot of surprises embedded.


In the words of the Ooni of Ife, he appreciated the initiative and showered royal blessings on the event organizers. ‎"I am very impressed with this initiative and you can count on my support. While some people feel businesses cannot be done in Ife, you have chosen to bring the world to Ife, and at the end showcase our great city, I am very impressed and I will also try on your behalf to reach out to brands for support", said the King. 

Speaking with journalists after the meeting with the Ooni of Ife, an obviously excited Ayo George; the project manager, had a lot of encomiums to ‎shower on the king. George said "I am undoubtedly very elated to have met the Ooni of Ife, which is a dream come true for me and my team. His Imperial Majesty was very impressed with our plans and gave us a royal assignment to inform the world that the city is actually pronounced Ile-Ife (land of expansion) and not Ile-Ife (house of Ife), and I can tell you for free that His Majesty's passion to see young people excel is almost unbelievable ‎
Speaking further, George revealed that ‎a financial institution immediately signified interest to become the official bank of the event as soon as the news of the endorsement broke, "We are excited that corporate brands have seen the potential in this event with the kind of personality figure involved alongside other eminent personalities that will be unveiled as the event Patron and Grand Patron in the days ahead and we shall be also be unveiling all our corporate brand support in a few days", George concluded.

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