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Frequently Asked Questions


1. What is the official name of this Organization?

2. What is the Organizationís mission?

3. How often are the meetings held?

4. What are my financial obligations?

5 Is the Osun Indigenes linked with any other Yoruba organizations?


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1. Q    What is the official name of this Organization?

A         TOIOG stands for ĎThe Osun Indigenes Organizationí


2. Q    What is the Organizationís mission?

A         To foster Unity, Social, Educational, Cultural and Economic welfare of our            community


3. Q    How often are the meetings held?

A         Meeting Days: First Saturday of every month except in December


4. Q    What are my financial obligations?

A         A one-time non-refundable membership fee of $100.00 and monthly dues of            $15.00. (Non-refundable membership fee is due at the time of registration)


5 Q     Is the Osun Indigenes linked with any other Yoruba organizations?

A         Yes, TOIOG supports other organizations including the Yoruba Alliance.


        Other Financial obligation includes levies of any kind as needed by the house. TOIOG is a non profit organization, your contributions is therefore tax deductible


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