About Our Chief Priest
Chief Aikulola Fawehinmi Nathan Lugo, our temple's leader, is a titled Ifa priest, priest of Obatala, and priest of Egungun, and furthers his priestly skills under his master priest Chief Fakayode Faniyi as well as his elders in Obatala and Egungun.
He is the Gbawoniyi Awo of Osogboland, a high-ranking chieftancy title in Osogbo's Ifa priesthood and a member of Idinleke Ifa Temple of Osogbo and has a host of other Orisa shrines that he has been properly trained to appease and consecrate.
Chief Aiku is an official member of all these three religious orders: Osogbo's Ifa society, Osogbo's Egungun society, and the Obatala society of Oyo. Our Gbawoniyi speaks the ancient Oyo dialect of Yoruba language still preserved and spoken in today's Nigeria as it was in ancient times. In addition to Yoruba, he also speaks fluent Spanish and English and travels to countries such as Venezuela, Mexico, Spain, Cuba, United States, and Nigeria where he is a respected religious community leader and teacher. Chief Aikulola, of puerto rican parents, is a model of excellence for all latinos that embrace their african heritage as well as other pan-africanists.
Chief Aikulola is available for all your spiritual needs and educational growth in Yoruba culture and spirituality.
To schedule an appointment for a reading or other spiritual or educational services, or to request a speaking engagement contact Chief Aikulola at 786-529-1611 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org