The king is an institution of community building and peace.
By Igberohinjade Oludoye writer to the crown.
. "In North America's oldest, authentic African village, the first weekend of October is the annual celebration of the Ancient institution of Kingship. The weight and responsibility of all Crowns, larger than any one person is a passage and acknowledgement into the roles of Leadership
Friday Sept 30th. 1:00 pm- trip to the Ocean to venerate Orisa Aje and Ebo. 7:00pm- Royal meet and greet in the Kingdom square and event center.
Saturday October 1st. 7:30am- town purification ( Ogboni members) 10:00 am Opening ceremony and Aje Parade. ( Olokun temple). 12:00pm- Egbe Moremi fundraiser brunch ( Yemoja temple grounds). 3:00pm- ATA annual Meeting. (Oyo horseman) 4:00pm - Annual Egungun, chieftaincy and awards ceremonies. 6:00pm- Film screening 8:00 Kings royal courtyard party, (mail court yard)
Sunday Oct 2nd 6:30am- town purification ( Ogboni members) 11:00am- Onile Gbemileri and Ogboni presentation. 3:00 pm Day Party begins
Monday October 3rd departure and farewell wishes .
Nearest airports: Charleston,SC (50mi) Savannah, GA Hilton Head Intl. (45mi) Hilton Head, SC (40mi)
Nearest Hotels: Yemassee, SC 3 mile distance to kingdom Hampton Inn Best Western Red Roof Beaufort Hotels: driving distance 20 mins. Home 2 Hilton Holiday Inn Comfort Suites
Oyotunji welcomes those from the trenches onto the Frontlines! Eyes to the World, and Always Boots on the Ground! These sacred covenants are still kept between the Living, Dead and those waiting to Be Born. What are the Ancestral covenants you are called to complete? These men and women of communities and followings far and wide have ceremonially stepped into the first command of all leaders, "I shall work..."
His royal majeTy the oloyOtunji of oyoTunji CELEBRATEs 18yrs as king.
Welcome to kings day 2022. We are thankful that you have chosen to make the pilgrimage to the historical kingdom. This year has been full of promising endeavors that will secure our place in history and our collective cherished future. Despite the challenges we all face we must see our selves as one people with a unified destiny. We must build together and share our wealth amongst each other. The time is now! As our children rise in age so must the institutions which support their futures. From coast to coast we must build communities and schools that will teach the history, culture and the various skills and trades of our ancestors. Let’s work together to see this come to fruition. My beloved kingdom is at the forefront of preserving Yoruba traditions in America. It is my dream that we will alll work together for the benefit of the children and rebuild and maintain this sacred kingdom. the wealth is at our door step. In conclusion I would like to thank the gods and the ancestors. And remember “if you have a culture you have economics”, let’s put our plans into action. HRM Oba Adejuyigbe OEA Adefunmi II OLOYOTUNJI OF OYOTUNJI KINGDOM 🇺🇸 USA