The new queen “is the Founder/President of EN-HERALDS, a prophetic mandate and an interdenominal ministry based in Akure, Ondo state, Nigeria,” according to her website where she is named as Prophetess/Evangelist Naomi Oluwaseyi.
The Palace confirmed that necessary rites had been fully performed for the union between Ogunwusi, who turned 44 years old on October 17, and the new bride, who is a prophetess and founder of the En-Heralds, an interdenominational ministry.
The new marriage was contracted about 14 months after Ogunwusi’s marriage with Wuraola Zaynab Otiti-Obanor ended.
“Her Majesty, Olori Moronke Naomi Silekunola Ogunwusi, is the new Yeyeluwa Oodua. Necessary rites fully performed.”
It was gathered that the traditional wedding was done in Akure, the Ondo State capital before the new bride was brought to the palace on Thursday night.
The new Olori, who was dressed in white attire was ushered into the palace by some traditional chiefs and was taken to Ogunwusi after the rites had been performed.
The Ooni had earlier announced her marriage on his Instagram page while showering encomiums on his new wife.
Ogunwusi admonished the new queen to deploy the fear of God, which he described as the greatest weapon with which she could reign together with him on the throne.
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