Oyotunji African village: Let's tell you about the the village in America where the Yoruba culture is being practiced

There's an African village, Oyotunji village in South Carolina where the Yoruba culture is been practiced. The community was founded by a black America named Walter Eugene King who was born on October 5, 1928 in Detroit, Michigan, USA.

Oyotunji's king is HRM Oba Adejuyigbe Adefunmi II who began his destiny on earth December 21, 1976.

Born the 14th child of 22 children to His Royal Highness Oba Efuntola Adefunmi I, and the third child of five born to Iya Esu Ogo Oyewole. The King Adejuyigbe Adefunmi II was raised in the Kingdom of Oyotunji African Village and began drumming at the age of seven.

He was rooted in the traditional lifestyle of Oyotunji African Village settlement in North America and witnessed thousands of Africans in America that came to his father’s Kingdom in search of broadening their cultural awareness.

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