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Ooni Gives New Car To Queen Naomi After Divorce Notice, As She Speaks Again

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The Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, bought a new car as a Christmas gift for his wife, Prophetess Queen Silekunola Naomi, hours before a divorce notice surfaced on social media.

Mr. Moses Olafare, the Spokesperson for Ooni of Ife, confirmed the development to P.M. News on Friday.

Olafare also confirmed that Queen Naomi received the car after the divorce notice surfaced on social media.

Olafare said Ooni of Ife, who was participating in a three-day music program tagged, ‘Memorable Moments With Music’ at the Muson Centre, Lagos State, was not aware of any misunderstandings with his wife before he left the palace.

He confirmed that the monarch was simply looking forward to returning home to his family only to see the reported separation on social media.

Olafare said: “Marriage is a private affair between two spouses and the marriage will come with an agreement between the two and if the marriage is to be dissolved it will also come upon the agreement between the two, so to that effect, the palace is not aware of the separation between the Queen and Ooni of Ife because even Kabiyesi only saw it on social media like everybody.

“A night before yesterday when everyone went to bed there was no indication to warrant the reported separation of the marriage, in fact, that previous day was when Kabiyesi brought a brand new car to serve as a Christmas gift to the queen so if u are planning to separate with your wife tomorrow why will you buy a car for her today.

“And so it became a surprise to everyone including Kabiyesi when we saw what was reported on social media. The palace is unaware of this because there are traditional procedures to follow.

“I can confirm that there are no issues at all to warrant that, at least as at two days ago there was no indication at all, the car was delivered to her yesterday after she has written that thing she wrote. As I speak to you that car has been delivered to her. Everybody is still surprised and we remain surprised. Well, we are watching.”

Queen Naomi had yesterday declared that her marriage with Ooni of Ife was over.

The evangelist wrote, “Today I announce the beginning of a new dawn and the close of a chapter. Today, I am a mother to God’s unique gift. I am no longer a slave to my thoughts of perfection. I, at this moment, announce that I shall no longer be referred to as wife to the Ooni of Ife or as Queen of Ile-Ife but as the Queen of the people and mother of my adorable Prince.”

Meanwhile, Prophetess Silekunola Naomi has reacted to the backlash that greeted her recent announcement concerning her marriage

She had announced on social media that her marriage to the Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi has ended

Speaking today, Prophetess Silekunola Naomi appealed to critics to allow peace to reign as she announced her separation from the Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi Ojaja II.

The evangelist urged all parties involved to allow the peace of God because of her son, Tadenikawo, who the Ooni fathered.

Prophetess Naomi has stated that her son is her priority and she would like to focus on him.

“I, at this moment, appeal to all parties involved to allow the peace of God with the consciousness that there is a lovely little boy between us. I thank all of my prayer partners and loved ones.”

Meanwhile, the spokesman of the Ooni of Ife, Moses Olafare, said the palace is probing possible hacking of Queen Naomi’s Instragam page.

The aggrieved wife of the monarch used the social media platform, where she is verified, to announce her separation from him.
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The Ooni’s spokesman insists the couple are still husband and wife, denying knowledge of the report that the marriage between the monarch and his wife has ended.

Also, Ile Oodua elders are making a last-minute move to reconcile the Ooni of Ife and his estranged wife.

Some of the elders have already contacted Prophetess Naomi in a bid to reconcile their differences.

The elders’ team was comprised of traditional rulers and prominent members of the Ile-Ife community.

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