By: Segun Lawal
It is not good for man to be alone. The Almighty, the creator of man and the universe who stands above all knowledge made the woman to be companion, friend, lover, and help amongst others to the man. And for a king, whose head remains invariably uneasy due to the crown which lies on it, that injunction couldn’t be more apt.
Speculations about the marital equation of the young and handsome head of the yoruba nation have been anything but silent, after his botched marriage to former queen Zainab. Unknown to many perhaps is the fact that the ebullient king had been taking his time to ensure that only the right woman shares his imperial space, perhaps also against the backdrop of vital lessons learnt from the previous marriage.
In any case the quiet town of Ife got agog with Jubilation as The Arole Oodua, Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, Ojaja II receieved his Queen on Thursday 19th October, 2018.
It is therefore confirmed that Her Majesty, Olori Moronke Naomi Silekunola Ogunwusi is the new Yeyeluwa Oodua.
Welcoming his new bride as the marriage rites was underway, Oba Ogwunusi had glowing words for his beautiful wife.
“I waited patiently upon the Almighty the King of kings, he eventually did it in the midst of many trials.”
‘Shilekunola, Moronke, Naomi; the greatest Arsenal you can apply on this highly revered throne with many rules and regulations in the midst of undiluted tradition, heritage and culture is the “Fear Of God In You”, which is the beginning of your wisdom on this throne of Oduduwa”.
“You are welcome home my beautiful and adorable queen.”
In her 20’s, beautiful Naomi is the founder and President of En-Heralds – an interdenominational ministry based in Akure, Ondo state. She started public ministry at the age of eighteen and became a full time evangelist in October 2011. She has six siblings.
With the arrival of the new queen, celebrations are sure going to be continuing in the palace and hopefully before long, there are expectations that a new and different kind of celebration will take place with the arrival of royal babies.
We wish the Ooni a happy and fruitful married life.