THIS EVENT IS NOW POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) PANDEMIC
Empowerment program topic: Property investment strategies. Presenters-Mr Deji Iyiola & Mr Elvis Nwachuku
#Postponement of the visit of Ooni / YHCAV exclusive dinner with the Ooni on Friday 8th November 2019#
The Yoruba Heritage and cultural association of Victoria (YHCAV ) would like to show appreciation to our members, sponsors, donors and supporters towards the upcoming 2019 Yoruba Day event and the proposed visit of the Ooni of Ife as the special guest of honour for their moral and financial support.
Unfortunately, we regretfully have to announce the postponement of the visit and the proposed exclusive dinner of Friday 8th November 2019.
This is due to the recent advice from the palace seeking a postponement.
According to the Palace, it is due to unforeseen circumstances and factors beyond the control of the Ooni. (Please see attached video of Ooni commiserating with members).
However, YHCAV is strongly stating that the Yoruba Day 2019 on 9th November 2019 is still going ahead as planned.
YHCAV sincerely regrets any inconveniences caused by this postponement.
For further enquires Please do not hesitate to email President@yorubaheritage.com.au or firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also contact the president (Matthew) on 0421 652 967.
Vice President (Charles)- 0402 475 918
Secretary (Debo): +61 401 269 699
Asst Sec.( Mrs Jumoke Balogun) on 0426 932 474
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#YorubaHeritage and Cultural Association of Victoria Incorporated #YHCAV invites her members to the 2019 AGM on Saturday, 7th September 2019 at the Edinburgh Gardens Community Room, Brunswick Street, Fitzroy North, Victoria State, Australia. Time: 3pm - 7pm. Empowerment Keynote: Mrs Summayyah Sadiq-Ojibara. Topic: Understanding the role of Yoruba cultural values in family domestic violence in Australia. NEW MEMBERS ARE WELCOME.
ANNUAL YORUBA DAY EVENT
The annual Yoruba Day is a major event celebrating the unique culture of Yoruba people in Australia. The Yorubas are predominantly from South-Western part of Nigeria, there is also a significant population of Yorubas and people of Yoruba ancestry in the Diaspora. The population of Yoruba professionals and students in Victoria, Australia has grown rapidly especially in the last two decades. Yoruba professionals across different fields are major players in terms of socio-economic development of their local communities in Melbourne and regional areas. The Yoruba Day event promotes multicultural Australia by showcasing food, fashion, culture and hospitality of Yoruba people to our friends from linguistically and cultural diverse backgrounds. In order to promote community cohesion, our members are often encouraged to invite their friends from different cultures to the annual event. The 2015 edition of the event was held at Fitzroy Town Hall on 19th December 2015, it was a colourful event attended by approximately 300 members and guests.The Mayor City of Yarra, Roberto Colanzi, Victoria Multicultural Commissioner, Dr Mimmie Claudine Chi Watts and other dignitaries attended the occasion.