Omoluabi Day: Obatala And Witchcraft Rains Prayers On Aare Binrin Of Yoruba
The Aare Birin of the Yoruba Council Women worldwide,Princess Olabanji Oba Folashade has been showered with fortunes and Blessings of the Obatala and the league of witchcraft of the divinity of Obatala Temple.
His Divine Grace,Obalesun Obatala Agbaye,Oba Isoro Olaolu Oladotun Okanlawon Dada rained the Blessing and fortune prayers on the Aare Birin Folashade on Friday at the pre event of the World Omoluabi Day celebration 2021 tagged “Isokan Yoruba” held at the Obatala Temple Osun State,therefore presented Omoluabi individuals as the Yoruba people of truth at the festival of the Yoruba land.
Oba Isoro Olaolu thereby charged the Nigeria perpetrators of insurgency and kidnappers to stop the acts before the league of the Obatala temple invoke curse and attack on them all because Nigerians subscribed to peace and harmony.
He however described the Obatala Temple as a place where instant judgement of attack is issued on betrayer and embezzlers. He said it is a temple of Authority that could relatively liken to a land of Authority of prayers in Mecca. While he said that he wondered why today’s Obas shy away from temple that gives instant judgement on betrayers.
The Global President of Igbimo Apapo Yoruba Agbaye,the Umbrella Body of the Yoruba Council of Youth,Barr. Oladotun Hassan said that the 3rd World Omoluabi Day Festival & Awards is held every 1st of May annually to uniting the pride and heritage of the Yoruba land chosen and approved by His Majesty,Ooni of Ife,Adeyeye Ojaja 11, and was separated as time for sobber reflexion in order to review Yoruba purpose in life. He said.
He expressed his joy over his conferment as the Aare Ade Agbaye of his contributions towards the service to humanity.
He however appealed to Nigeria leaders to address the issue of insecurity in Nigeria as fast as possible lined up with Boko Haram insurgents and herdsmen that we cannot stop this issue insecurity if we don’t curb unemployment and fulfil promises in Nigeria.
Others in attendance were Asoju Odudua of Kogi State and Ambassador for World Culture,Mrs Blessing Agbaje and the Obatala Temple Witchcraft.