Reactions as Ooni of ife remarries after 9 months of separation from is former Wife, Naomi (Photos)
The Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, have just taken another marriage decision after nine month that he and Queen Silekunola Naomi separated as couple.
In a news report, it was revealed by the Director of Media and publicity to the monarch, Moses Olafare that the king, Oba Adeyeye welcome his new bride on Tuesday at the palace.
As seen in the pictures above, the traditional marriage rites are being observed and carried out on Mariam Anako.
Recall that Olori Silekunola Naomi and Oba Enitan had some misunderstanding and ever since then, they have been separated from each other. Since then, the great King of Ife have maintained a single relationship status.
However, ghetto status changed today, when the news surface that the Ooni of Ife remarries. It is a moment of celebration for the people in Ife Land to see their king getting married to queue beautiful woman. Sources revealed that the name of the bride is Mariam Ajibola Anako who hails from from the Ebira ethnic group of Kogi State.
Mariam Anako was said to have been raised by the former Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Mohammed Dikko Abubakar.
The news was shared by Channel News and so many twitter users have reacted to it, see what a few of them said;
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