Ebunlobinrin Collaborates With Oyo State on Culture

October 22, 2022 By News Editor

Ebunlobinrin Collaborates With Oyo State on Culture

(Ibadan, Nigeria) – A high powered delegation of Ebunlobinrin Foundation, Nigeria’s foremost grassroot development Organisation held a meeting on Thursday 20th of October 2022 with Dr. Wasiu Olatunbosun, the Honorable Commissioner for Information, Culture and Tourism, Oyo State Government, at the Commissioner’s Office, State Secretariat, Agodi Ibadan.

Dr. Wasiu Olatunbosun appreciated Ebunlobinrin Foundation and her programs which are focused on empowering the female gender. He promised to do everything within his power and that of his Office to see that ASA WA Project record a grand breaking success in Oyo State.

He equally promised collaboration with the Foundation and other stakeholders to see that Asa Wa Programme is executed immediately. Asa Wa is an initiative of Ebunlobinrin Foundation conceived for the purpose of sensitizing and educating women towards preserving the cultural heritage of Yoruba people.

Furthermore, he directed all the top officers in the Ministry to make themselves available anytime Ebunlobinrin Foundation make a call to them. To buttress this commitment, he made available to the Foundation, the two (2) Radio Programmes the Ministry is anchoring and promised to give the Foundation letter of collaboration so the Foundation could also access BCOS Ibadan for the project.

From the left to the Right) Eminent Olabisi Kafayat Idowu, Queen Anuoluwa Tumininu Odutayo, Mr G.A. Alade (Director of Culture, Oyo State), Eminent Adeteju Esther Ogunade, Dr. Wasiu Olatunbosun (Hon. Commissioner for Information, Culture and Tourism Oyo State) Eminent Afolasade Oluwakemi Adebayo and Eminent Dr. Oshili Grace after a meeting with the ministry of information, culture and tourism on ASA WA Project in Oyo State.



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