Culture has nothing to do with religion and as such, Yoruba culture should not be neglected because of religion.
Above was the submission of the chairman steering committee of Ipate Asa, Tope Akin-Adeleye, during a courtesy visit of the committee to Breez 91.9 FM located in Akure, the Ondo state capital, to seek partnership on a programme – Ipate Asa.
Akin-Adeleye who stressed the need to revive the fading culture of Yoruba people noted that the essence of the Ipate Asa is to re-awake the cultural consciousness of the yorubas.
Also speaking, the president of Yoruba Heritage Group, Omo Oba Segun Adesewoye, said bringing back the fading culture is a joint responsibility of everybody.
In his response, the General Manager of Breez FM, Banjo Abitogun, who noted that the Station is ready to partner with the Ipate Asa steering committee, stressed the need to continually promote Yoruba culture.