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Awa Omo Egbe Yoruba Ni Alabama 

 Awa Omo Ka a Ro O Ji i Re

Yoruba Culture
OUR MISSION

We, the descendants of Yoruba living in the state of Alabama, USA hereby come together and form this Non-profit organization for the benefit of mankind and for the promotion of Yoruba culture, values, and language, among the people of our immediate community and the world in general. We will actively promote culturally appropriate education that builds up individuals and communities to their utmost God given potentials.

OUR VISION

At Yodaai, we seek to help people in our community to grow culturally, intellectually, and economically, using the rich cultural heritage of the Yorubas, particularly in areas of child upbringing, family foundation, communal service and personal values. We seek to create a community of productive and fully participating citizenry.

Yodaai

OUR VALUES

"As the children of 'good morning' (Omo ka a ro o o ji ire bi)

where all people are families and all children are our children,

we embrace:

Deep knowledge, Self Restraint, Respect for others, Fairness

and all encompassing attributes of an “Omoluwabi”

- Dr Oluyinka Adediji 

 OUR CHILDREN ARE OUR FUTURE:

THEY CARRY ON THE HISTORY, TRADITIONS AND CULTURE

OF OUR YORUBA ANCESTRY

Yodaai
Yoruba organization
Yodaai
Yoruba Culture
Yodaai
Yoruba Culture
 OUR CONSTITUTION: GENERAL STATEMENT

 We form this Association: 

  For the advancement of our community,

using the influence of the Yoruba culture and language.


  For the promotion of friendship

and cooperation among its members and the community at large

  For the Promotion of business, economic and fiscal well being of the community.

 To support Social, economic and community development

in the community through the unique cultural experience of the Yorubas. 

  To cooperate with other bodies with similar aims and objectives

in community and nation building.


  To promote and encourage the teaching of Yoruba language and culture to our offsprings and other interested parties as a means to instill an enduring cultural value in the community.

OUR MEMBERS

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