1. Mogaji Debo Oladejo –           Ibadan Solidarity Group (Chairman)
  2. Alhaji Dauda Sarumo –           Ibadan Indigenous Pillars Club (Member)
  3. Princess Olaide Salawu –           IDU, UI/Poly (Member)
  4. Lady Evangelist F. B. Okeyode –           Ibadan Quality Mothers (Member)
  5. Bayo Lasisi –           Omo Ajegbinyo Club (Member)
  6. Laolu Adegoke –           Ibadan Club 2005 (Member)
  7. Peter Ladele –           Ibadan Club 2005 (Member)
  8. Prince Gbite Adeyemo –           Ibadan Solidarity Group (Member)
  9. Chief Tunji Aderoju –           Ibadan Solidarity Group (Member)
  10. C.O. Adebowale –           Omo Ajegbinyo Club (Member)
  11. Adeleke –           Omo Ajegbinyo Club (Member)
  12. Alhaji Tiamiyu Oloye –           Ibidapo Ibidunni Olounje, Bodija (Member)
  13. Anatu Adewole –           Ibidapo Ibidunni Olounje, Bodija (Member)
  14. Alhaja Amudat Sodeko –           Ibidapo Ibidunni Olounje, Bodija (Member)
  15. Asaniyi R.O. –           Ajegbinyo Ibadan Indigenes Teachers Ass. (Member)
  16. Professor Taoreed Adedoja –           President General’s Adviser


Duties of Ibadangbemi and Non-Indigenes Committee – Social/Economic

  • Make clear-cut and documented demarcation of the indigenes and non-indigenes in Ibadanland
  • Come up with clear position on the issue of “stuck in the middle” residents of Ibadan
  • Come up with blue-print in collaboration with the Local Government Councils on the modalities for the “stuck in the middle” residents to have sense of belonging in Ibadan.
  • Create a forum for the Ibadan 1st Cousins, Ibadan Prime Queens, Ibadan Prime Wives and Ibadan Frontline Inlaws to take part in the development of Ibadanland and some of our festivals
  • Organize the different Ethnic Groups in Ibadan to clearly defined groups like the Ibo – i.e. Igabjo, Ijesha, Nupe to grace the Ibadan Cultural Festival.
  • To initiate programmes that will remove the typical complacency of an Ibadan man in contributing to the development of the city
  • To create the Majeobaje Group of Ibadanland made up of 250 prominent Indigenes (age 40-70) and the 50 Pillars of Ibadan made up of 1st line Indigenes of age 71-85.
  • To conduct Membership Audit on all new members of New clubs and carry out periodic review on existing clubs
  • To establish collaboration with the LGs in Ibadanland to insist on letter from the CCII before granting indigeneship certificate to any applicant
  • To meet at least once a week
  • Come up with Operational Modalities and Fund Generating Initiatives
  • Members to Drop their Recommendations/suggestions for each Committee at Ibadan House: Committee meeting day with the EXCO is every Thursday
  • Each Committee Chairman/Rep to be ready for progress report at G.A. Meetings.