The royal father, alongside 17 notable royal fathers drawn across South West states and Kwara, Ifa priests, university teachers, culture promoters and newsmen, are currently on the tour of the Latin American nation.
The temple called Espaco Cultural Da Barroquinha, according to Bahia state’s Commissioner for African Affairs, Arany Santa, was established about 600 years ago by the African descent.
She further explained that the temple used to be a Catholic church, until the blacks acquired it, and had since used it as a place of worship by the adherents of traditional African religion.
From the songs rendered, mode of dressing and worship, the adherents clearly established their links to the Yoruba race and expressed their desire to further deepen their knowledge about their roots.
Addressing the adherents, Ooni Ogunwusi, said before leaving Nigeria, he consulted the ancestors and prayed for a successful trip, adding that signs were obvious since he came into the country that things were going to change for better for not on
Responding, Christiane Taquari, Bahia state Commissioner for Culture, commended the royal father for the visit and assured him of their readiness to obey all his admonitions and further preserve Yoruba traditions and culture.
Also in remarks, Ambassador of Guinea Bissau to Brazil, Dr Rui Barai, acknowledged the leadership role Nigerian government has been playing in Africa, especially West Africa at ensuring that peace reigns across the region.
Barai added that he chose to attend the event because of several reports about activities of Ooni Ogunwusi he has read and urged him not to relent in his pursuance of peace and efforts aimed at reuniting all descendants of the Yoruba race.
Also commenting, honorary consular, Guinea Bissau to Brazil, Adailton Maturino do Santos, called for support for Ooni Ogunwusi for him to successfully implement all his laudable programmes designed to foster unity among the descendants of Oduduwa.