The Yoruba Council of Elders (YCE) of Europe and America has suspended a couple that are two of its top members in the UK for actions unbecoming of Omoluabi.
According to the leader of the Europe Chapter of the Council, Otunba Mobolaji Falase, the action was taken by the leadership of the organisation to show their displeasure with the suspended members and their disgraceful supporting role in instigating the split up of the community organisation which serves as an umbrella body for people of Nigerian descent in the United Kingdom and going further to register a rival organisation with the same name.
Otunba Falase added that the regretable action to suspend the affected members was taken because they felt their actions brought the Yoruba Council of Elders into disrepute and that the organisation could not be seen to be harbouring members who work to cause division instead of harmony in the community.
Lastly, he expressed the organisation’s collective shame that Yoruba elders who are community leaders could be found practising such divisive actions rather than engaging in ways to lead, heal and bring the community together.
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