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Chief Awodele Ifayemi

Chief Awodele Ifayemi comes from a long lineage of Traditional Ifa Babalawos. He is the Atunwase Awo of Ilobu land, Osun State, Nigeria. Chief Awodele Ifayemi is an Oloye and member of the Ifatoogun house of prestigious Babalawos. He is also a recognized member in good standing of the Ilobu Council Of Ifa Practitioners of Ilobu, Osun State, Nigeria. A published author and the publisher of the sites Ileifa.org, and OmoAwo Academy

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      I’m very grateful for your visit and your comment. Please continue to drop by, and you are always welcomed to leave a comment and or share your experience regarding any of the information shared via the articles.

      Ogbó àtó Asure Ìwòrìwòfún.

      O dábò!
      Awodele Ifayemi
      Follow Me on:
      Twitter: https://twitter.com/IfaBabalawo
      Blog: https://ileifa.org

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      Hi Sherry;

      I appreciate your visit, and comments. You can rest assured I will continue to write. I’m a full-time practicing Awo, and much of my time is consumed doing Ebos, Reading, and Precising over Ceremonies, but I do love to share the wisdom of Ifa, and this Blog has become the conveyor of such.

      Ogbó àtó Asure Ìwòrìwòfún.

      O dábò!
      Awodele Ifayemi
      Follow Me on:
      Twitter: https://twitter.com/IfaBabalawo
      Blog: https://ileifa.org

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      I really appreciate your comment, and hope to provide more unique information you may find helpful. In the interim feel free to recommend topics you would like to see article on.

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    I have a quick question: Are all of your books only available as e-books or can I purchase them in hard copy as well?

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      Alaafia John;

      Thank you for your visit and comment. Please check you email for my response.


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      Alafia Melia;

      Thank you for your visit and comment. The Facebook “Like” icon is directly below the article.

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      Awódélé Ifáyemí


      Thank you for your visit. This is a wonderful question, and I will let my reader community answer this for you.

      Ogbó àtó Asure Ìwòrìwòfún.

      O dábò!
      Chief Awodele Ifayemi
      Atunwase Awo of Ilobuland

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      Awódélé Ifáyemí

      Ogbo Ato!

      Thank you for your sharing your experience.

      Ogbó àtó Asure Ìwòrìwòfún.

      O dábò!
      Chief Awodele Ifayemi
      Atunwase Awo of Ilobuland

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