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Olawale Olajide David Sworn in as President of Owo Community Association, Toronto, Canada

 Olawale Olajide David Sworn in as President of Owo Community Association, Toronto, Canada

Elected Owo Community Leaders in Toronto Canada

Mr. Michael Kehinde Abiodun Courtesy Editor and Publisher www.oasesnews.com

The Owo Community Association, Toronto, Canada, proudly announces the election of Mr. Olawale Olajide David as its new President. Mr. Olawale was sworn in on May 26, 2024, joining the ranks of association presidents in the diaspora.

Building Relationships and Promoting Culture

Mr. Olawale Olajide David’s vision for the association focuses on strengthening relationships within the community and supporting the Yoruba Community Association (YCA), the umbrella organization for all Yoruba affiliates in Toronto. His goal includes teaching the next generation to speak, read, write, and understand the Owo dialect and Yoruba language.

Praise for New Leadership

During the swearing-in ceremony, Board Chairman Mr. Franklin ‘Soji Adeyeri commended the achievements of the Owo Community Association and expressed confidence in the new officers’ ability to excel in their roles. “We are incredibly proud of Owo Community Association’s achievements and confident that the association and new officers will continue to excel in prestigious positions in the diaspora,” he stated.

Olawale Olajide David Sworn in as President of Owo Community Association, Toronto, Canada

A Call to Duty

Electoral Committee Chairman Mr. Michael Kehinde Abiodun urged the new officers to serve as exemplary ambassadors for the Owo Community Association. He emphasized the importance of remembering their Owo heritage. Mr. Abiodun concluded the ceremony by conducting the swearing-in oath and offering congratulations with a handshake to each officer.

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