Correspondence to:

Secretary General

Egba National Association, Inc.

14831 West Bend Drive

Houston, Texas 77082



Rev. Sunday Gbajobi

ENA Chairman

Reverend Sunday Adepegba Gbajobi, is from Gbajobi compound in Igbore, Abeokuta. Born and raised in Lagos to late Chief Samuel Adeboye Gbajobi and Chief Mrs. Esther Olateju Gbajobi. He attended Abeokuta Grammar School for his Secondary education, where he obtained his West Africa School Certificate. He proceeded to Federal School of Arts and Science Victoria Island Lagos for his Higher School Certificate. After a brief employment stint, he went to USA where he earned both undergraduate and graduate degrees with double Bachelor degrees in Finance and Management Information and a Master degree in Business Administration from Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania >>> Read More

Egba National Association USA/Canada, A Unique Umbrella Organization for All Egba and Egba-Yewa Associations USA & Canada.

Egba National Association USA / Canada, is the Umbrella organization for associations formed by Egba, and Egba/Yewa Descendants residing in USA/Canada. The idea for the association was conceived by Egba-Egbado Descendants Association, Washington DC. Who through their General Secretary, Mr. Kofo Akisanya, called two other associations to the initial meeting in October 20th, 2000. At this inaugural meetings, Egba-Egbado Descendants Washington DC was joined by Egba Progressive Association, Houston Texas represented by Mr. Sharaf Omotunwashe and Egba Unity Club of Chicago represented by Mr. Babatunde Bankole. Representing Egba-Egbado DC were: Kofo Akisanya, Durojaiye Johnson, Tajudeen Adelakun, Zac Shodiya, Tunde Odebiyi, Zac Odebo, and Sir Shina Peters (Nigeria). Mr. Sharaf Omotunwashe and Mr. Kofo Akisanya were selected as Co-Coordinators assigned with the task to contact other associations of Egba or Egba/Egbado Descents in USA and Canada before the next meeting, scheduled for Houston, Texas   And, this  meeting be hosted by Egba Progressive Association of Houston, Texas.

At the second meeting,  Egba Association of Florida and Egba Association of Dallas/Fort Worth attended. At Houston meeting, interim leadership were selected: Mr Sharaf Omotunwashe as Chairman, Jide Bamishigin as Vice Chairman, Kofo Akisanya as Secretary General and Gbenga Ajayi as Treasurer. Also, constitution drafting committee was setup, chaired by Mr. Lasun Omotunwashe.

At the 3rd Meeting hosted by Egba Unity Club of Chicago, Olumo Progressive Association of New York/New Jersey and Egba Descendant Association  Minnesota joined  the original three. . It was at this meeting that the association’s constitution was ratified and adopted.

At the next meeting held in Dallas, the first election was conducted and the following were elected as the first Executive Council, Mr. Sharaf Omotunwashe (Chairman, EPA), Mr. Jide Bamishigbin (Vice Chairman, Miami), Mr. Kofo Akisanya (Secretary General, Philly), Engr. Femi Feyisetan (Asst Sec Gen Dallas), Adisa Olagunle (Financial Secretary,Chicago) Tajudeen Osho (Treasurer ,NY/NJ) and Mrs. Modupe Inije (Publicity Secretary, Miami). Currently, Egba National Association has grown to become a strong 18 chapter members association with chapters spreading across USA and into Canada.

At the inaugural meeting numerous  names were suggested for the association,  which was  narrowed down to three (3) namely: Egba-Egbado, Egba-Yewa, & Egba National. Egba National Association eventually received the highest votes; hence, the birth of  “EGBA NATIONAL ASSOCIATION USA/CANADA”  >>> Read More



The Egba were originally residing around the  Old Oyo Kingdom,  became independent following the spectacular collapse of Oyo in the first half of the 19th century. Wars with the Dahomey, in which the Egbas were successful partly due to the protection afforded by the Olumo Rock, led to the founding of the city of Abeokuta, which literally means "under the rock".

The Egba nation is made up of the following sub-divisions - the Ake, Owu, Oke Ona and Gbagura each with its own king (historically, the Egba nation is made up of four divisions; Ibara, though geographically located in Abeokuta, is part of Yewaland). >>>Read More “Who Are the Egbas”


Egba National Association, Inc (ENA) is a non profit organization registered by The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and similarly recognized as a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization by IRS. In its practical function,  ENA, is the Umbrella Organization for all Associations of Egba and Egba/Yewa Descents in USA & Canada

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