By Funmi Ojo

Osun State Governor, Senator Ademola Adeleke has restated his commitment to uplift Yoruba culture, thereby setting aside every Wednesday for wearing of locally made fabric, “Adire Osun” to revive the dying Yoruba culture and traditions.

The Governor stated this at the Government House, Osogbo while receiving an award of Excellent Performance in Promotion of Culture from the President of ASA Day Worldwide Incorporated in Canada.

He pointed out that his administration is passionate about culture, thereby prioritizing the promotion of culture and the Tourism sector.

While appreciating the Association for presenting him with the award, the Governor promised to be part of ASA Day, which the Association was planning to mark in Osun State in June, 2024.

Earlier, the President of ASA Day Worldwide, Prince Olaniyi Oyatoye appreciated the Governor for the warm reception, noting that Governor Adeleke is the first sitting Governor to be given the award from Canada in Nigeria.

Prince Olatoye who commended the Governor for promoting Yoruba culture, as well as his developmental achievements in Osun, solicited the support of the state government towards the ASA Day celebration in Osun state.

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