His Royal Majesty Alayeluwa Oba (Dr.) Adebayo Adewole, Arojojoye II, a first class traditional ruler in Yoruba land and the 4th son of Oduduwa paid an historic visit to Henry Ford Museum located in Dearborn, Michigan in the United States of America on Friday June 2, 2017. He was received by the leadership of the museum led by the Executive Vice President, Christian Overland.
The Royal Father was accompanied by his hosts, Hon. & Mrs. Sola Oluwole who will be honored by His Royal Majesty on Saturday June 3, 2017. Other members of the delegation are Prince (Dr.) Ade Adeleke, Immediate past President of Nigerian Foundation of Michigan, Asiwaju Ayodele Owe, a front line community leader in Michigan, Asoju oba Ogunleye , Alhaji Abiodun Yinusa, a leader of the Muslim Community in Detroit, Chief Sam Ojo, Mr. Odunayo Abe, Executive Personal Assistant to His Royal Majesty, and Mrs. Renny Alebiosu, a community leader in Michigan; just to mention a few.
The visit will go a long way in strengthening the cordial relationship between the African community in Michigan and Henry Ford Museum.