Chief Olayinka Babatunde Ogunsina Akano Kokumo Adewuyi

Chief Olayinka Babatunde Ogunsina Akano Kokumo Adewuyi or Awo Ifatunde was born on the 4th of June 1958, to a royal family in Ondo state, Nigeria and Egba City of Ogunstate. More precisely he was born in Odede Idanre to prince Oladele Adediran Ifawale Adewuyi and Iyaafin Arinola Ijanni Akinyogbon Adewuyi. The Yoruba people say, "Ile la won kato somo loruko" meaning 'we must look to the culture and customs of the family before we give a name to the newborn'. More...


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Course in the Secrets of Odù Ifá

The course will give detailed presentations of Ifa theology and ethics related to the nature of each of the 16 mejis. More...



"Obatala" The Greatest and Oldest Divinity 
by Olayinka Adewuyi  

In this groundbreaking book, Chief Olayinka Babatunde Ogunsina Adewuyi discusses the important aspects of the traditional African worship of Orisanla. The information in this book will be of great interest to any Orisa devotee. The book includes discussions about Obatala and the divinity's relationship to humanity and to the sacred world; myths; Odu Ifa with translations in English relating to Orisaala; detailed descriptions of rituals, sacrifice, initiations, and other aspects of worship; history; a description of an Obatala temple; prayers; and a wide variety of other important topics, many of which will surprise and delight. ( On sale at

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