On Saturday, February 4, 2017, the Odu’a Organization of Michigan, a Yoruba socio cultural group, organized Omo Odu’a Dinner and Social Mixer at the Kenilworth Club in Detroit.
The event created an avenue where Yoruba people and friends could come together for networking. The event was attended by community leaders, entrepreneurs, technocrats, and lovers of Yoruba culture. Just to mention a few people, in attendance was Dr. Salewa Ola, the Executive Director and former president of United African Community Organization (UACO), Dr. Bonike Odegbami, the Vice Chancellor of Global Partnerships at Wayne County Community College District Detroit, and Mr. Akindele Akinyemi, the Co-Founder of National African Business Association (NABA).
The event also included guests who came to share on the opportunities available in the City of Detroit that would be beneficial to the youth and young adults.
Odu’a team was well represented, led by the President, Mr. Sola Salako, the Vice President, Mr. David Adetokunbo William, Mr. Lanre Atigari, Mrs. Bola Ojomo, Mr. Ajayi, Mr. David Williams Sr., Mrs. Akinpelu, and Mrs. Omisope just to mention a few.