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Yoruba Diaspora Organisation Picks Prince Ademiluyi As New General Secretary

by Kunle Awosiyan
Dokun

A Diaspora Organisation, Yoruba One Voice (YOV) has appointed Prince Adedokun Ademiluyi as the new General Secretary, and Akogun Olakanye Franklin as the deputy respectively.

In a press statement by the Publicity Secretary of the organisation, Mrs.Omoladun Orolugbagbe  YOV the appointment is a step re-organize and reposition the diaspora group and to expand the scope of the organization and accommodate other like-minded Yoruba sons and daughters across the world. It stated that the appointments of the new officers takes immediate effect.

“In its determination to re-organize and reposition the organization for the actualisation of its agenda and future dream,  the National Executive  Council,(NEC)which is the highest decision-making organ of Yoruba Diaspora Organisation (YOV) has appointed Prince Adedokun Ademiluyi as the new General Secretary and Akogun Olakoye Franklin as the deputy,”

The decision, according to the  YOV publicity scribe, is to reposition the organization and further strengthen the group capacity to re-invent the dream of the Yoruba race.

Orolugbagbe, however, stated  that the re-organization of the YOV executives was done across all the departments of the coalition.

Prince Ademiluyi is a South African- based Yoruba son, a technocrat with many qualifications, including  Business, Real estate, Business Informatics, Education,  Project Management a Masters degree holder in Engineering (M,eng) and Information Technology.

“Prince Ademiluyi is an organized personality, passionate about the Yoruba cause as well as the well-being of Yoruba people at home and in the diaspora”,

Meanwhile, his deputy, Akogun Franklin, who was the former organising secretary of YOV, is a Malaysian- based Yoruba son, a graduate of Lincoln University college, Malaysia, with Masters in business administration.

“YOV is committed to the total emancipation of Yoruba race and our quest for self determination remains alive and the new appointees are people of integrity and character, thoroughly-bred in their various professions and are ready to champion the cause without fear or favour,” she said

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