Is there or is there not a marital issue at the Ooni of Ife’s palace? These newspapers  are leading with details supposedly from inner circle sources:

“Since news of the estrangement of the Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, and his doe-eyed, beautiful wife, Olori Wuraola, filtered out, blogosphere has been abuzz and awash with salacious conjectures and permutations on what could have led to the reported crisis in a union contracted in March 2016. In a statement signed by the Ooni’s media aide, Comrade Moses Olafara, the traditional ruler said, “There is no truth to the news; it is unimaginable. The palace is not interested in this rumour as there are lots of positive activities happening every minute so we don’t have time to respond to such noise being created by nonentities.”

 

 

Conflicting reports supposedly from her friends-

“If the king proposed to her 24 hours after they met and told her that Ifa (the oracle) had revealed to him that she was his wife, why did he send her away? Did Ifa lie over 17 months after the proposal? What is Ifa saying now? That she is no longer his wife?” her friends asked.
“She fell for his charms and thought he was extremely wealthy but when she moved in, she realized it was all a sham!” they (friends) revealed.
But what about the allegations of infidelity against the queen?

“Nobody should believe that because it’s a general belief that anyone sleeping with the wife of a king would die. How many men linked with her romantically have died? We know where this is coming from and those who have accused the Olori have been sleeping about with men who are not their husbands. These allegations are attempts to rubbish her and tarnish her image.
Another of the Olori’s friends who spoke with Kemi Ashefon said,

“She was making millions from her businesses before she met the Kabiyesi but Sonia(as fondly called by friends) is broke now. She thought she was going into a wealthy home but realized it’s a place they would feast on you and your wealth,” her friends revealed.

 

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