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Black Greekdom is mourning 20-year-old Adedire Olanrewaju Ososanya, a Morgan State student and member of Omega Psi Phi, who died as a result of a violent head-on collision in Largo, MD last night.

According to WUSA9, “Around 10:30 p.m. Thursday, Maryland State Police responded to MD 202 at Old Largo Rd. When officers arrived, they found a white Cadillac DeVille and a silver Nissan Altima with damage from the crash.”

The police say, the driver of the Cadillac lost control and crossed the center line directly into the path of the oncoming Nissan which was being driven by the Ososanya who was pronounced dead at the scene.

The driver of the Cadillac was transported to Prince George’s Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

The investigation is ongoing.

Ososanya’s friends, fraternity members and family are raising money for his funeral service, we at urge you to help by contributing, click here: Go Fund Me

Ososanya had just crossed the Morgan State’s Pi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi just four weeks ago as a 6 club on their Fall 2015 line and was an aspiring Mr. Morgan State. He was a Junior Business Marketing Major and many knew him for his photography.Screen Shot 2015-12-18 at 4.01.19 PM

(Picture of Ososanya looking proud with his crossing gifts just weeks ago)

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Omega Psi Phi Brothers Break Into A Soul-Stirring Hop At Funeral of Fallen Brother, Police Officer Thomas Orr III

The fraternity brothers of Thomas Orr, III are mourning the death of their brother a thirty-year-old off-duty police officer and member Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. who was shot and killed while attending a young professional’s party at a restaurant in Westport, Missouri.

According to Fox4, “Witness say two men, not Orr, got into an argument on the back patio of the restaurant. One of them pulled a gun and began shooting. One of the bullets hit and killed Officer Orr.”

Thomas Orr, III was a graduate of Lincoln University in Missouri and a member of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.

A true Omega man, Orr had dedicated his life to serving and protecting others as a Marshall, Mo., police officer, then as an officer in Lee’s Summit, assigned as the school resource officer at Bernard Campbell Middle School.

The passion and raw emotion of his fraternity brothers was displayed at his memorial where they broke into “All of My Love” and started hopping in respect to their brother. This video since gone viral and been viewed over 100,000 times on Youtube.

Watch this memorial video for Thomas Orr, III uploaded byKassandra Johnson below.

We ask that you keep Bro. Thomas Orr, III’s family, friends and fraternity brothers in your thoughts. We also ask that you leave your condolences and memories of him by sharing and leaving comments so that his family can see how much he meant to all of us.


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This Is How the Ques at Kansas State University Revealed Their New Line

The Mighty Delta Delta Chapter of Omega Psi Phi located on the campus of Kansas State University has not had a line of five initiates since the Spring of 1983.

“The Syndicate” 1983 line of initiates included; Eric Bailey, Gerald Alphin, Mark Toliver, Dennis Adams, and Carlos Adams. April 14, 2017 marked the first time in 34 years that the chapter initiated five men, “The 5 Unbroken Souls of the Syndicate S.T.A.R”, which included; Gerrid Harris, Darrell Reese Jr., Braxton Jones, Austin McGaugh, and Gary Hackett III.

This Spring 2017 also marked the Delta Delta chapter’s 45th anniversary.

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Omega Psi Phi Honors Minister Louis Farrakhan with Lifetime Achievement Award

On August 26th, the men of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. welcomed the Minister Lewis Farrakhan of the Nation of Islam to their headquarters outside of Atlanta to award him their Lifetime Achievement Award.

Dr. David Marion, 1st Vice Grand Basileus, started the program stating,

“Minister Farrakhan has been a comforter to Black people for a long, long, long time. Honoring Minister Farrakhan is not an easy task. Some have asked why a Christian organization would honor a Muslim. Why would Farrakhan not deserve this? Has he not earned it?” The Final Call quotes him saying. “The Supreme Counsel of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity concluded he was so worthy and courageously voted to give him this esteemed award unanimously.”

Grand Basileus Tony Knox presented Minister Farrakhan with the Founders Robe, a purple and gold robe, the The Final Call states, stating,

“The men of Omega thought it would be fitting that we drape Minister Farrakhan in a robe because we want to cover a man who speaks the words of God.”

During Minister Farrakahn’s speech to the audience he said the following about Omega Psi Phi, referencing David in the Bible, “The law of God is a lamp under my feet. I dwell on that law night and day. This is what Omega men should always strive for, manhood in the face of an enemy who kills men who stand up. It is better to die standing up than bowing down to your enemy. That’s an Omega man.”

It's better to die standing up than to bow down to the enemy. #Farrakhan

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Minister Farrakhan also told the story about pledging Omega Psi Phi Fraternity at Winston Salam Teachers College where he was black balled off line in the 1950s before leaving the school.

“‘No wonder I pledged this fraternity I would be keeping company with giants,’ said the Minister as he passed photos of fraternity members such as Langston Hughes and Jesse Jackson,” The Final Call writes.

Mother Khadijah Farrakhan, the Minister’s wife, was also given a gift from the Omegas.

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