The Yorùbá tribe is the largest tribe in Africa with approximately 60 million people within Nigeria. They are a group of people steeped in millennia of traditions, customs and beliefs.

The Yorùbá language is one of the principal languages spoken in Nigeria and in some surrounding West African countries. The Yorùbá language, culture and religions are still prominent in Brazil, Cuba, Haiti and the Caribbean.

First and second generations of the Yorùbá people can be found in North America, United Kingdom and parts of Europe. They are an ever evolving and migrating people. According to the BBC and the Daily Mail of London in 1990, a Yorùbá king was the LAST ruler of Egypt circa 3,500 B.C., making Yoruba the oldest race in all of Africa.