OYOTUNJI VILLAGE(IN amerikkka)’s NEW OBA HAS A RUN-IN WITH BORDER POLICE ON HIS PILGIMAGE TO YORUBALAND,NIGERIA,JAN. 2008,FROM THE SUN NEWSPAPER(NIGERIA)

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On pilgrimage to Nigeria
Baptism of fire for king of Yoruba clan in America
By MAURICE ARCHIBONG
Thursday, January 24, 2008

•L-R: Fancy the facial marks of Yoruba-Americans, Chief Olaitan and Ol’Oyotunji of Oyotunji, Beaufort, South Carolina.
PHOTOS: MAURICE ARCHIBONG

The traditional ruler of Oyotunji, a Yoruba community in America, had a baptism of fire on arrival in Nigeria following his detention for two nights at Seme Border. The communal king, Oba Adejuigbe Adefunmi II, was arrested in connection with alleged possession of narcotic drugs.

The man, who holds the title Ol’Oyotunji, is monarch of the Yoruba enclave, which stands within Beaufort in the US State of South Carolina.

Oyotunji, the name of the miniature village in Sheldon, Beaufort, alludes to a resurrection of the ancient Yoruba Kingdom of Oyo in southwestern Nigeria, and Oba Adefunmi, 31, said he succeeded his late father, Oba Efuntola Adefunmi I, premiere Ol’Oyotunji of Oyotunji, to the throne.
Apart from the monarch, Mr. Akintunde Meredith, another member of the team of seven African-Americans, said to be on a pilgrimage to Nigeria, also spent two nights in custody with officers of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) at Seme Border, Nigeria’s southwestern frontier neighbouring Benin Republic. Mr. Meredith, 24, is a stepbrother of the Ol’Oyotunji.

The five remaining members of the delegation were however allowed to continue with their sojourn in Nigeria, but they simply could not. Instead, the quintet chose to check into a hotel and await the fate of their co-travellers. Sources revealed they had planned to catch some sleep at a nearby inn, however, even for those that managed to catnap for an hour or two it must have been a fitful sleep.

According to NDLEA sources at that frontier, a white powdery substance, suspected to be Category A narcotic, was found inside the vehicle that the American-born Kabiyesi was riding in. Category A drugs include cocaine and heroin. Furthermore, Mr. Meredith was found to be in possession of some 2gm of weed, suspected to be marijuana.

This led to the arrest of the duo on January 15, which stalled the journey of the team until two days later, when the oba and his brother were released. Oba Adefunmi II was freed because the white powder proved negative after laboratory tests for narcotics. It was however revealed that, though the grass found on Meredith was confirmed to be Indian hemp, the young man was let loose because, going by the quantity he was carrying, it was probably meant for personal use and not for commercial purpose. How naïve of Meredith to attempt taking coal to Newcastle!

Occasionally, NDLEA commands with approval from that agency’s headquarters, release suspected users after counseling, where the volume of drug found on the person was rather small. In Meredith’s case, however, to continue to detain him for counseling would have meant further delay for the entire team. This informed the decision to let him go, and sin no more. But this was only after older members of the entourage had signed undertakings to effect the counseling aspect as well as promised to do all they can to ensure that Meredith does not abuse any drug throughout their stay in Nigeria.

The team’s trip ran into the 48-hour hitch as soon as they entered Nigeria from Benin Republic. Oba Adefunmi later told Travels that the group’s spiritual sojourn in Nigeria actually began on January 8, when their Delta Air flight landed at Murtala Mohammed International Airport, (MMIA), Ikeja. He revealed his group had subsequently travelled to Cotonou, the economic capital of Benin Republic, where a member of the entourage has her roots. That co-traveller was left in Benin, where further search for her ancestral origin, was supposed to take her to Allada.

The other members were subsequently returning to Nigeria when they encountered that go-slow at Seme Border. The pilgrims had planned for a seven-day stay in Nigeria billed to end on January 22, their departure date to the southeastern US State of Miami. Their interception therefore probably caused a reduction or an extension of the duration of their visit.

Asked to comment on the suspected narcotic found on him, the Ol’Oyotunji was quick to stress: “Actually, the substance was not found on me. It happened to be in the car that I was riding in. And I never noticed it, until the officers discovered it. And, when they untied it, I, as a traditional Yoruba Kabiyesi, recognized the powder as Ifa divination stuff called Orosun, and I told them so.”
Responding to Travels curiosity about his attitude to drugs, Oba Adefunmi had this to say: “I, as Kabiyesi, do not do drugs.”

Trained as an artistic mason, Adefunmi recalled that his mother, Mrs. Esuogo Oyewole Adefunmi, had made a similar pilgrimage to Nigeria in 1971/72. His mom hailed from the US oil-rich State of Texas. Esuogo and her husband had 23 children but 18 of these offspring were daughters. As a result, there had been much fanfare, when Prince Adejuigbe was born in 1976. Much publicity and celebration had greeted the birth of this baby boy because, after bearing about a dozen daughters, a male child and heir to the throne had, finally, arrived.

Speaking further on the visitors’ motive and itinerary, Oba Adefunmi said they were in Nigeria to visit Ile-Ife with the hope of meeting Yoruba traditional rulers, especially in Osun State. “Nigeria is the ancestral home of all Yoruba, and Ile-Ife is the spiritual home of all Yoruba people. So, we came to explore means of more communication and collaboration between various Yoruba communities and Oyotunji. We want to promote awareness about the existence of Oyotunji, an Oduduwa Village in North America,” remarked Adefunmi, who is proprietor of a US-based media outfit called Great Benin Films and Books.

The Ol’Oyotunji is also a priest of the Oyotunji-based African Theological Arch-Ministry, which was conceived to promote African religions and culture in America. This explains his appearance and regalia, which featured conspicuous facial marks, a bead-decked staff, flywhisk, and traditional Yoruba headgear, among others. Many of the other men in the group also bear “tribal” marks.
The visiting septet also included Mrs. Ifabunmi Sands, elder sister of the Ol’Oyotunji as well as 59-year-old Chief Apena Olaitan. Mrs. Sands, whose middle names are Olubiyi Adesoji Adefunmi, is eldest daughter of the late premiere Oba of Oyotunji.

Sands, 40, is a mother of four (three sons and a daughter), and the lady, who told Travels that she is into literary studies, added that she had earlier taken a degree in the sciences from a college in Sacramento, capital of the State of California in the US Pacific coast area. Chief Olaitan, whose first name, Apena, derives from his position in the Ogboni cult, introduced himself as a high school science and mathematics teacher. The Apena Ogboni recalled he relocated to Oyotunji in 1978, eight years after the establishment of that commune.

Aside the tourists’ disposition toward Ifa, everyone in the delegation also boasts some comprehension of the Yoruba language. In fact, when we sought the view of Chief Olaitan on the marijuana found on Meredith, and where the group were going from there, this is what the Ogboni chief had to say: “It is sad that a mistake by a silly boy brought embarrassment to the Kabiyesi, our group and country. However, we have consulted Ifa and we’ve been assured that it will all end well.”

Oba Adefunmi I, the founding father of Oyotunji, was once known as Walter King, but he jettisoned these epithets in favour of the Yoruba names of Efuntola Adelabu Adefunmi, among others, after a visit to Cuba in 1959. He had gone to Cuba for initiation rites into Yoruba traditional religion. The late Oba Adefunmi I, who established Oyotunji with 18 US dollars, 30 years ago, was born in Detroit.

Detroit is in the US State of Michigan, whose region is called Mid West, whereas it is geographically located in North Central United States. The American City of Detroit, where Adefunmi I was born, is famed for its automobile industry and the Rhythm and Blues (R&B) hits’ factory, Motown Records. The sports club Detroit Pistons, the R&B group Detroit Spinners as well as Smokey Robinson, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Diana Ross and the Jackson Five all had their early careers in Detroit.

Although polygamy is illegal under US law, the taking of multiple wives is allowed in Oyotunji, apparently in emulation of the custom in pre-Christianity Yoruba society. And as a king, who lived what he preached, Oba Adefunmi I married 17 wives in his lifetime! Unlike the late Oba Adefunmi, who sired some 28 children, his successor son is only a father of three, probably because he is monogamous.
The incumbent traditional ruler however reminded us that he was still young, and could still acquire an additional wife or two.

Travels subsequently turned to Mrs. Sands, who is the only wife of her spouse, to find out, if she would support her brother’s drive toward polygamy. Despite her American citizenship, Sands responded in the affirmative, adding: “As Africans, polygamy is not strange to us, so I would encourage him, if he wished to take another wife. But, I would screen the girl to find out whether or not she’d make a good wife.”
How dare a woman interfere in the business of a king, whose word is in some quarters considered law? A king is supposed to be superior to everyone, and therefore could have his way always, wasn’t he? We teased.

Sands again: “I know that Kabiyesi’s word is law, but he’s still my kid brother. His life is our life, so I have the right to screen any woman he wants to take for wife.”
After that, we turned to Chief Olaitan to tell us how many wives he has. “One wife, now,” he said. But how was the population of their community going to grow, when he, another key figure, is also monogamous? “I support polygamy,” he submitted. However, one could say that his support was more in theory than practice. To that, Chief Olaitan agreed but finally revealed, “I’m still looking.”

Speaking on the visitors’ experience, the NDLEA Commander, Seme Special Area, Mr. Isa Adoro Umar, told Travels that much as tourists were welcome, they should bear in mind that his agency would fish out any one given to drug abuse or trafficking, adding that the experience of the Americans showed that no quantity, however small, would escape detection.

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23 Responses to “OYOTUNJI VILLAGE(IN amerikkka)’s NEW OBA HAS A RUN-IN WITH BORDER POLICE ON HIS PILGIMAGE TO YORUBALAND,NIGERIA,JAN. 2008,FROM THE SUN NEWSPAPER(NIGERIA)”

  1. Yeye Akilimali Funua Olade Says:

    This young Oba’s father’s Yoruba Temple in New York City first introduced me to Yoruba Culture and started my love affair for Yoruba people in the 1960’s!As I saw that amerikkka was not where I wanted by children to grow up in,I finally decided to choose Yorubaland as where my children would learn to be Yorubas and grow up BLACK and proud,without racism trying to make them into inferior slaves to whites.

  2. Eric olafemi Akhiankore Says:

    This is beautiful!!! i hav always been looking for an opportunity to tell the whole world how proud i am being a True African.this is an opportunity for me to express myself.
    I have a very interesting idea which i would like to contribute.How can i get intouch.

  3. Yeye Akilimali Funua Olade Says:

    You can contribute any ideas directly in this comment column or you can e-mail them. Will send you an email now,Brother Eric Olafemi Akhiankore!

  4. sylvia shade Says:

    I am very interested in learning more about the Yoruba way of life, plse give me send me some helpful tips or readings.

  5. precious akhiankore Says:

    i know of a certain young man by name ERIC OLAFEMI AKHIANKORE who has this fantastic idea of how to sell the yoruba culture on a higher level to the whole wild world. i have read about him in some nigerian papers. and i sincerly think with the right support he will go places. anyone out there interested in promoting the yoruba culture can reach him via 2348032691746

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  7. Olaniran Bakare Says:

    Can you please let me have the address of the Oyotunji village in South Carolina for a short visit.I live in Richmond, VA.
    This is interesting and I look forward to this visit.
    Thanks

  8. adebayo adebesin babatope Says:

    i have interest with this program that Yoruba made i hear about this oyotunji with some invitation letter to some oba in Nigerian to come to America for the shown and to horned chief tanking in America

  9. Ade Says:

    Interesting, his father HRH Oseijeman Adefunmi I went on trips to Africa and was never arrested. Perhaps this is the irresponsible immaturity that his father and everyone else saw in Ade that prevented his father from choosing Ade to take the throne. Who in their right mind travels to a foreign third world country for the fisrt time with an illegal substance. This is typical of His Highnessess son. Though he may be worthy of being a member of the royal family, he is obviously not worthy to lead it nor it’s Kingdom, neither it’s Counsel. It’s really a shame and an embarrassment I’m sure.

    • michael Says:

      Wow this is deep we all ( Americans) have to be careful when we travel to nigeria cuz the Law enforcement there are crooks like really!!! These guys steal from everyone n the road. I am a member of the royal family in Oyotunji. I read a comment by (ADE) above and I know him he is the bastard cousin of the Adefunmi royals and he is a skitzo. The Oba Adefunmi II has been doing a wonderful job of picking up where his father left off considering that its just him and about 4 elders doing everything from feeding the goats to farming the land and recieveing visitors.

  10. Prince Adeshoga Says:

    Wow this is deep. Someone actually thinks their doing someone a favor by defending the obviously inexcusable immature and careless actions of my unqualified cousin that threatens to make MY UNCLE, HRH KABIYESI I work look like a failure.

    If Mr. Michael (above) exist, I have never heard of him. And since he and any idiot that believes his nonsense would have never had any kind of relationship with my immediate family to know who I am, it makes it obvious that no one in the village know anything about my JAMAICAN mother and family. Obviously this is a poor desperate attempt to foolishly assert an extreme situation to try and cover up my cousin’s unworthiness of being a King.

    I am always being told I am the splitting image of my father and my uncle HRH I. I am told I look more like HRH I, than his own children.

    Whoever you are Michael, whether you are actually my stupid cousin pretending to be a “Michael” or my cousin’s stupid step-brothers, or some other idiot supporting him, you are either desperate to save his image after he so idiotically showed the world how dumb he is, obviously he tried to use that story as a desperate attempt to get attention because he lacks the ability to gain it by leadership. To add to this you all are proving yourselves to be delusional to common sense.

    Anyone can see my cousin is still a boy because he flocks together with his immature bastard step-brothers, A Man would know better, A King would know better, much less THE OBA? His crack head bastard step-brothers (ask them about their jail bird father) are also idiots. And are obviously too inadequate to think for the royal family and has proven themselves incapable of making an appropriate decision for the royal family much less be a part of My royal family.

    The word around the country and the world is that the Kingdom of Oyotunji ended with my uncle. You can only do what he did, once.

    I respectfully suggest that the current royal family of the Kingdom of Oyotunji is not the continuation of the root intellect of the King family. I respectfully suggest that the leadership in the Kingdom know very little about the root purpose of the Kingdom of Oyotunji as planted by the entire King family. It is obvious that dashikis are Swahili and not Yoruba.

    As the Kingdom continues to decline in ideas, importance, and membership, it is no longer progressive. Its become an African ghetto slum village that can barely support itself and its people. Its not viable.
    All he can do for the village is rake the leaves and keep it from crumbling and crashing too quickly.

    This non-progressiveness is the result of my new “cousins” not knowing the King family mission either by not being chosen by HH or not having an interest in visiting their father until after he passed.

    The only original written documented information including the family tree going back generations to our royal family that was passed down by our ancestors that my cousins ever saw, all came from me and my interest. With the information I have our family absolutely qualifies for reparations, but they know nothing about why this is or even that legally there are qualifications for reparations, but this is small change and begs pittifully and is petty in comparison to the great creativity the King family can accomplish.

    Here is some of the history of the King family mission experiments and accomplishments begining with our great grand mother.

    Employed by the governor of South Carolina -successful.

    Universal Negro Improvement Association – African Communities League, Black Star Line investor and UNIA Lieutenant – successful.

    Co-founders of First black church on Detroit West Side – successful.

    Harlem mission- New Oyo – successful.
    Detroit mission- Kamasi Mart -successful.
    Detroit, Harlem mission- dashiki- successful.
    Detroit Chairman of African World Festival mission- successful.

    Republic of New Africa- governance of African arts experiment- unsuccessful. – militancy elected resulted in plane hijacking to Cuba.

    Kingdom of Oyotunji- governance of African culture experiment-unsuccessful. – influenced by betrayal, sedition, heressy, treason.

    Jamaican Arts Association, Montego Bay, Jamaica – successful.

    First to be recognized for traditional African culture by the 100 year history of the Parliament of World Religions: Declaration toward a global ethic.- successful.

    Creator of “E=MF interface”- astollic technology known as “nano-technology”. -E=MF astollic interface -copyright 2000- TBD

    —————————–

    Under the watch of new Oba King of the Yoruba in the western hemisphere, the ancient sacred order of the oracle of Ifa is being raped by Professors and Universities. As the Oba sits helpless, the order of the sacred codes are being used as a generator to increase computer memory and capabilities. Yoruba children in Nigeria are being economically enslaved by their own gods and heritage to satisfy American capitalists.

    What can Ade do?

    My cousin Ade the Oba has done nothing for the village but cover the basics which is expected of him. If he has loyal subjects then how hard can it be. He has no clue how to do what he needs to do nor even what he needs to do. He needs a King role model. I guess after his coronation, them sending him to Africa to learn how to be a man didn’t work. It is obvious he needs to learn from one of the original Kings.

    However with HG Fabunmi being the eldest of his sisters she has the right to preside over him, but when it comes to the King family mission, she is even more unqualified and clueless than he is since she never showed any concern for her father or the family mission until after he passed. After HH passed cousins have been coming out of the woodwork and taking positions in a family mission they know nothing about.

    Instead of having progressive updated scholarly views and concerns with the practicality of Africa today still being raped of its resources and protesting this, they appear to be caught up in themselves and romancing a fantasy of African royals.

    From a scholarly prospective, it is obvious that the leadership of the new Kingdom will only kill the legend of the King family Kingdom of Oyotunji mission, therefore the result of this experiment that can only be proven to be successful or unsuccessful by the second generation is deemed unsuccessful by the King family mission that created it as an experiment and has confirmed that the new Kingdom of Oyotunji and its inability to reach its highest potential as unsuccessful by the 21st Century.

    Soon it will be known that this non-success include rico law charges of conspiracy, racketeering, sedition, and treason against the King family and the United States Government. http://www.myspace.com/newroyalorder

    In 2008 the independent illegal actions of the Kingdom of Oyotunji had proven to be in accordance with carrying on illegal actions as part of a conspiracy to continue committing seditions and treason in a conspiracy to steal my creation of nano technology research and frame me, or have me killed to stay out of prison for black marketing and racketeering.

    I got a satellite on me 24/7 so whatever you feel like, it won’t work.

    If a Man is supposed to be able to explain himself, then Malcolm X did nothing wrong and therefore died for nothing.

    -Prince Adeshoga King,
    Crown Master of Astral physics.

  11. Prince Adeshoga Says:

    PS. Be Aware: Apparently the only “will” my uncle left was to continue the King family work with dignity and respect. And the only person he left it for was me.

    Anyone who opposes His Royal Highnessess Oseijeman Adefunmi I, judgement, knowledge, wisdom, and understanding is challenging a deified Orisha and therefore is proven guilty of heressy.

  12. Prince Adeshoga Says:

    These charges also constitute blasphemy, hypocrisy, intimidation and manipulation, conspiracy with malicious intent, false representation of fact, fraud, conspiracy to black market and perhaps to commit murder.

  13. DEBORAH OYEYEMI ADEOLA ADEYEMI OLUKEMI EZEWANI ADAEZE CHINYERE ADEBEKEE AYAI AYAGUNA KNIGHT Says:

    ALAFIA.SE DADA NI?. THERE ARE THREE STATEMENTS THAT I WOULD LIKE TO MAKE.1. A TREE WITHOUT ROOTS HAS NO FOUNDATION.2.IN STRENGTH THERE IS UNITY.3. WHAT AN ELDER CAN SEE SITTING DOWN, A CHILD WILL NEVER SEE EVEN IF HE OR SHE STANDS UPON HIS OR HER TIP TOES.WHAT THE LATE HONORABLE OBA ADEFUNMI OSEIJEMAN DID, CANNOT BE DUPLICATED. THE TRADITIONS WHICH HE INSTITUTED AND THE MOTTO OF OYOTUNJI VILLAGE MUST BE CONTINUED NO MATTER WHAT. ONE DAY THE LEOPARD SHALL CONQUER. THIS IS NOT THE TIME FOR UPRISINGS, SCANDAL OR TREASON AMONGST THE MEMBERS AND EXTENDED MEMBERS OF THE ROYAL FAMILY. I AM AN IYALORISHA OF OBATALA AYAGUNA. MY LATE GRANDMOTHER WAS IBAIYE MAMA KEKERE OSHUN FUNKE. THE HONORABLE OBA ADEFUNMI OSEIJIMAN IBAIYE GAVE ME MY YORUBA NAMES. I WOULD LIKE TO RECIEVE AN INVITATION TO COME FOR A READING WITH THE BABALAWOS OF OYOTUNJI VILLAGE. I HAVE BEEN INVITED TO TRAVEL TO NIGERIA NEXT YEAR TO MEET THE KING OF ILE IFE, AND TO SIT BEFORE THE COUNCIL OF ELDERS AND BABALAWOS TO BE INTERVIEWED AND QUESTIONED TO SEE WHETHER OR NOT I CAN CARRY THE CHIEFTANCY TITLE.THE NAME OF MY ILE IS IWA ILE PELE. THE QUEEN OF THE WATERS. I WAS INITIATED BY OBA CARLOS JOSEPH OKO BARA AND CHILA MELICIO ILE LADE IBAIYE. IT IS MY DESIRE TO ESTABLISH A YORUBA THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY OF THEOLOGY IN THE BOROUGH OF THE BRONX N.Y. I AM STUDYUING TO BECOME A TRADITIONAL HEALER AND A MASTER HERBOLIGIST. I WAS TOLD BY OBA ADEFUNMI OSEIJEMAN THAT I SHOULD BECOME A MEMBER OF THE EGUNGUN SOCIETY, AND THE OGBONI COUNCIL. I AM A FRATERNAL SISTER MEMBER OF THE KING SOLOMON MASONIC LODGE . ALL OF MY FAMILY MEMBERS WERE LODGE MEMBERS AND I WAS INITIATED INTO IT AT AGE 9. I AM AN EASTERN STAR LOUETHEL CHAPTER # 32. AND AS A YOUNG GLEANER UNDER THE ATHENIAN GRAND CHAPTER I HELD THE POSITION OF G.M. AND I AM CURRENTLY GOING TO BE IN TRAINING TO BECOME THE NEW G.M. OF MY CHAPTER. I WOULD VERY MUCH APPRECIATE IF YOU COULD SEND ME A LETTER OF INTRODUCTION TO VISIT OYOTUNJI VILLAGE IN THE NEW YEAR . JANUARY 2011. AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.ADUPE , MODUPE MY EGUN AND MY ORISHAS EVERY,EVERY,EVERY, DAY. THOSE WHO GREET ESHU EARLY IN THE MORNING SHALL BE BLESSED. RESPECTFULLY YOURS IN LOVE, FAITH , HOPE LIGHT AND CHARITY. IYALORISHA OF OBATALA AYAGUNA EZEWANI ADEOLA ADEYEMI OLUKEMI OYEYEMI KNIGHT.

  14. DEBORAH OYEYEMI ADEOLA ADEYEMI OLUKEMI EZEWANI ADAEZE CHINYERE ADEBEKEE AYAI AYAGUNA KNIGHT Says:

    AWO TO ACHE O.

  15. DEBORAH OYEYEMI ADEOLA ADEYEMI OLUKEMI EZEWANI ADAEZE CHINYERE ADEBEKEE AYAI AYAGUNA KNIGHT Says:

    AWO TO ACHE O. ADUPE , MODUPE YO.

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  17. Olawumi Odusanya Says:

    The person prince adesoga who is attacking the royal family is a mentally ill person, who talks about alicia key all day and everyday..
    i pray for the brother.. i hope he gets help

  18. David Christopher O. Says:

    This is marvellous, pleasant to the ears, it show the diversity and unity of yoruba people. I’m proud to be a yoruba.

  19. Femi Says:

    This is very interesting I would love to visit and know more, how can i apply?

  20. Omosulu Rotimi Says:

    I think the royal family needs to allow peace to reign among them. without peace, the primary reason for the establishment of the Oyotunji Kingdom in South Carolina, would be defeated.

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