OIGO is a global mission of His Imperial Majesty (HIM) Oba Adéyeyè Enitan Ògúnwùsì (Òjájá II), Ọọ̀ni of Ifẹ̀ which is incorporated in the United Kingdom as a catalyst inspiring possibilities with broad focus on trade development, investment opportunities, unleashing technology and innovation of young people Read more
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“United Kingdom Department for International Trades welcomes His Imperial Majesty (H.I.M) Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi (OJAJA II) Ooni of Ife. Through our mutual aspirations, we are backing Nigeria’s efforts to reinvigorate the agricultural sector and domestic manufacturing base, boost employment opportunities and tax collection, increase transparency and remove constraints on the ease of doing business, attract quality investment, and improve competitiveness”.
“I sincerely thank you for taking the time to visit the University of Oxford. Your wonderful gift was most delightfully received, and it was an absolute pleasure to be able to see first-hand the splendour of the Yoruba people and experience the warmth and happiness of Nigeria! As you know, our meeting today was pivotal in demonstrating how our cultures and universities should engage, develop long-term partnerships, and ultimately enable more outstanding Nigerian graduate students to have an Oxford education”.
“We were delighted to welcome you and your entourage to the British Museum. It was an important visit that was greatly appreciated by all involved at the Museum. The discussions we had clearly signaled your commitment to the preservation of Yoruba artifacts and your desire for continuing research, dissemination and increased access to Yoruba history and culture. We welcome the opportunity to take forward these initial discussions and to explore areas for mutual collaboration and partnership in the future”.
“Black Cultural Archives is an iconic cultural heritage that embraces the past history of black people, collecting, preserving and presenting its richness to the global community. It is clear from your inspirational words, Your Imperial Majesty that you have followed our development with interest. Black Cultural Archives (BCA) shares in your vision and we need to collaborate and help re-write history, celebrate in our ancestors’ achievements and record their challenges of the past for generations ahead”.