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Queen Silekunola Naomi, former wife of the Ooni of Ife, Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, He has abandoned any hope of reconciliation with the monarch.
The Queen announces that she has separated from the Ooni, confirming that she is the one Her three-year marriage to the king was over In December 2021.
In her post on Instagram, the former Olori said she will not be referred to as the wife of the Ooni of Ife or the queen of Ile-Ife but as the people’s queen.
Despite being a monarch marrying six wives Fast forward to October 2022, some still believe there is a possibility of a reunion after his heir is born.
However, in a recent interview with the Punch newspaper, the former Queen, who has just turned 30, has ruled out the possibility of reconciling with the ooni or returning to the palace.
He said, “I’ll answer that question with a question. As I’ve been talking for the last hour, do I look like someone who could survive among six grown, strong women? No! She’s just a soft, strong, soft woman and I can’t be a round hole a square picolo in one”.
Life in the palace
Although he was hesitant to talk about his experience at the palace, he said it was a bittersweet experience.
Queen Naomi explained that there were both pleasant and bitter moments.
“It’s not time to talk about it yet, because some things are meant to be taught by yourself. I think the posts are just for me at the moment; When God wants to expand and expand and become a message to the whole world, I will listen to His words and speak about it.
“The lessons are personal, and it has helped me shape myself. I’m enjoying 30 a lot; 30 makes me strong. I am too innocent; I think I entered the palace too innocent and too soft, but life is not like that; you have to be strong, brave and courageous,” he said.
Although the title of Ooni of Ife rotates among the four houses, Oshinkola, Ogboru, Giesi and Lafogido, the son he had for the current monarch during his married years is the biggest miracle he has experienced in his three decades of life. .
He said: “The birth of my son, the boy himself, everything about him is a miracle. His father was telling me that the children were coming, and he said: ‘They have chosen you.’
“He would talk about it, and I thought it was one of those things men would say to make you happy, but that boy chose me… Take everything from me, and you can’t take this crown away. Don’t call me Oli, call me Ayaba, Iya Oba”.
Ministry, other efforts
The former queen stated that she started having a good relationship with God from a very young age.
At the age of 30, he has been in his ministry for 12 years. Before meeting the Lord, he said he had some supernatural experiences.
“However, at the age of nine, I gave my life to Christ and was baptized with the Holy Spirit with the evidence of speaking in tongues. I went through primary and secondary schools in Akure Academy before I was accepted into Adekunle Ajasin University. I became popular there.
“I was 18 years old when I received God’s call to formally start my ministry, and I entered the evangelistic ministry. For some reason, I could not continue at the university at that time; that was because of the call. I was doing well academically; I came out with flying colors in whatever I was doing at the time. However, one was stronger than the other”, he stated.
Although she married the Ooni at the age of 25, she continued with the ministry.
“Many assumed that I got married and left the ministry. I had several crusades when I was in the palace, and I have been in divulgations; We have videos to back it up. I’m currently in school, studying at Elizade University,” he added.
She also runs an NGO, ‘Women in Need of Guidance and Support’, which responds to the spiritual, emotional and financial needs of women.
“I have been instrumental in the success of many people. You’ll see people in their 50s call me mom. They don’t call me mummy because I married a king, but because of the impact I made on their lives. It’s a lot,” he said.
In October 2018, married oonia
On November 18, 2020, she gave birth to Tadenikawo, their son and the crown prince of Ife Kingdom.
“I, at this time, announce that I will not be referred to as the wife of the ooni of Ife or the queen of Ile-Ife, but as the queen of the people and the mother of my lovely prince.
“I did my best to endure and function; many times, I smiled during the fight, but in the end I realized that I had only one task, my son, and when God is finished, it is finished, “he wrote.
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Before him, the king was married to Adebukola Bombata, seven years before he was crowned the Ooni of Ife in 2008.
Shortly after becoming king in 2015, the couple separated.
In March 2016, Ooni Ogunwusi got married to Zaynab Otiti Obanor who was born and raised in Benin, the Edo State capital.
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