OBA ADO DESCENDANT UNION OF LAGOS, FELICITATE WITH OBA RILDWAN BABATUNDE AKIOLU, WHITE CAP CHIEFS AND TRADITIONAL CHIEFS ON 2021 ‘ISESE DAY’ FESTIVAL ~Ajasa-Info

WISH OBA RILDWAN BABATUNDE AKIOLU, WHITE CAP CHIEFS AND TRADITIONAL CHIEFS A SUCCESSFUL ‘ISESE DAY’

URGES OBA RILDWAN BABATUNDE AKIOLU, WHITE CAP CHIEFS AND TRADITIONAL CHIEFS TO FASTRACK THEIR STANCE IN THE PROCESS OF NATION’S BUILDING TOWARDS PEACE, UNITY AND HARMONY FOR FURTHER GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT

The Oba Ado Descendants Union of Lagos under the Leadership of Omoba Ademola Oladega Akinshemoyin wish Oba Rildwan Babatunde Akiolu, White Cap Chiefs and Traditional Chiefs of Lagos a happy and a successful ‘Isese day’ 2021.

Today, August 20 which commemorate the 2021 ‘Isese Day’ is to mark a day for traditional worshippers’ festivity.

‘Isese’ which translates to ‘tradition’ in Yoruba local dialect especially is a festive season when the traditional worshippers uphold their beliefs and practices. This include the display of cultures beside tradition, arts and artifacts. This year ‘Isese day’ will commemorate the 2021 auspicious celebration of traditional worshippers.In a telephone conversation with the Chairman Oba Ado Descendant Union of Lagos, Omoba Ademola Oladega Akinshemoyin wish the traditional worshippers a happy ‘isese day’, stressing on the fact that traditional worshipers have great role in nation’s building towards a purposeful growth and development in Lagos, Nigeria and the world.

Buttressing, Omoba Akinshemoyin urges traditional worshippers to fastrack their stance in Nation’s building towards achieving total unity and harmony with other humans who practice other beliefs regardless. Most importantly, on the issue of human sacrifice for sanctification by some misguided worshippers as widely belive which taint the traditional belief, Omoba Akinshemoyin urges Leaders of the traditional worshippers to help eradicate such unscrupulous actions totally if to avoid futher derogatory comment on ‘isese’

OBA ADO DESCENDANT UNION OF LAGOS entirely wish traditional worshipers a happy ‘isese’ festive season.

isese agbe waa oo
Ogboo ato

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