Ilana Omo Oodua Turns Down Adeniran’s Resignation as Deputy Alana
Ilana Omo Oodua, has turned down the resignation letter of its Deputy Leader, Prof Wale Adeniran.
The Professor of French language had earlier resigned as the deputy leader, citing the grounds of principle.
Irohinoodua was informed that the members of the Executive Council rejected the letter describing Adeniran as a dedicated and selfless member of the Yoruba self determination groups.
The letter stated “the apex body of Yoruba Nation Self-Determination Struggle, duly inform our registered members, accredited affiliates and all members of the public that the resignation of our Deputy Alana, Professor Wale Adeniran, is unacceptable to us, and here by rejected.”
The membeŕs of the Executive Council stated further that Professor Wale Adeniran is a symbol of dedication, loyalty, sincerity of purpose and commitment whom we appreciate. We shall keep you updated.
The letter rejecting Prof Adeniran’s resignation was signed by the following members of the Executive Council, Tunde Amusat, PhD – General Secretary, Femi Oluwajuyitan – Empowerment Initiative Officer, Yeye Simisade Kuku – Women Leader, Opeoluwa Elisha Ademoyegun – Youth Leader, Arole Fakoya – Treasurer, Tessy George Ayodele – Welfare Officer, Temilade Awodele – Language and Culture Officer, Kalejaiye Mobolaji – Financial Secretary, Apostle Joseph Gegeoju – Religion Rep (Christian), Alhaji Anjolaiya Alabi – Religion Rep (Muslim) and Wasiu Iyanda – Mobilization Secretary
Oladapo Kayode – Legal Director