Yoruba Cultural Center is pleased to partner with Mrs. Betty Osae, whose fashion design company, SHEKINAH CREATIONS, has been at the forefront of creating fashionable and authentic African designs for men and women in the DFW area for several years. SHEKINAH CREATIONS now has an office and studio at the Yoruba Cultural Center.
Jolly Jolly Bakery
This wonderful place makes sweet bread and pastries that are baked fresh every day, plus they deliver! Check them out and enjoy their exceptional service and food!
Address:9241 Skillman St., Dallas, TX 75243
Phone Number: 972-598-0241
- Yoruba Physicians of Dallas
- Omo Yoruba organization of Dallas-Fort Worth
- Deji Olusanya Foundation Scholarship Fund
- Wess & Cathryn Young Foundation Scholarship Fund
- Yewande Paulissen Ogunsan Scholarship Fund
Dr. Oyinkansola Jinadu Entrepreneur, Philanthropist, Author, Educator, & Social Media Influencer
A former Director and Secretary of the Yoruba Cultural Center, Oyinkansola partners with the organization in its various programs and events.
Kimberly Agoro, BA Community activist, manager, and organizer
Partners with the Yoruba Cultural Center in the planning and organizing of many of its events, including the annual YORUBAFEST.
TedraDeBrito-WilliamsHealth Care Executive
Partners with the organization with the sponsorship of the Yoruba Cultural Center’s College Scholarship Program
Nosimot Adetutu AdepegbaA Nurse PractitionerBusiness owner and Minister
Tutu Adepegba possess a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Ogun State University, Ago Iwoye, Nigeria. She obtained a Master’s degree in Nursing from Chamberlain University, Illinois. She is a family-oriented person who place high importance on positive family dynamics. She is a passionate mother who believes in raising a “total child”, one who is physically, spiritually, socially and culturally sound. She is a teacher and a leader of the Children Ministry of a growing local church.
“Dream it, Pray it and achieve it.”
Baba Samuel Obahnjoko (Ifaseyetan)Official Partner & Affiliate
Born in Gary, Indiana and educated at Purdue University where he obtained his bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering and Supervisory Management, Baba acquired more than 20 years of corporate experience working with four Fortune 500 corporations (Johnson Wax, Texas Instruments, Motorola, and Halliburton). Later as a private entrepreneur, he established Mobile Beauty & Massage Inc., which he managed for 10 years, and Global Fund Inc., a financial service company that provides capital access to minority-owned small and midsized companies worldwide. He is also the founder of the League of Indigenous Nations (LOINS), an organization dedicated to the unification of indigenous peoples worldwide.
An acclaimed spiritual leader and cultural consultant, for more than 35 years, Baba has become adept in the practice of Ifa divination, Yoruba rituals, and traditional medicine here in the US, having been initiated in 2000 in Abeokuta, Ogun State Nigeria by Fagbenro of the Amusan clan. In 2020, he established the first Ifa Temple in the DFW metroplex, the Ile Ifa Temple of Truth Athens, TX. He is a major priest and official liaison in DFW for Oyotunji Village, a traditional Yoruba village established in S. Carolina 5 decades ago. He is currently the Chief Priest for ancestral Egungun worship and initiation in the DFW area. As an official Partner and Affiliate of the Yoruba Cultural Center, Baba Obahnjoko is in charge of integrating the spiritual and cultural needs and aspirations of the African American community into the overall mission and programs of the Yoruba Cultural Center, Dallas.