Ooni Of Ife Marries New Wife, Opeoluwa Elizabeth Akinmuda
Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, Enters Matrimony with Queen Opeoluwa Elizabeth Akinmuda
The Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi has reportedly entered into matrimony with his sixth queen, Queen Opeoluwa Elizabeth Akinmuda.
The news of this momentous occasion has been circulating across various online platforms, igniting curiosity and excitement among the public.
As of the time of filing this report, no official photographs of the wedding have been released online, sources indicate that the nuptials took place some time ago.
Reports have revealed that the Ooni’s palace extended invitations to both family members and esteemed dignitaries to partake in the upcoming wedding thanksgiving service and reception in honor of the newly crowned Queen, Olori Opeoluwa Elizabeth Akinmuda. The much-anticipated event is scheduled to take place on Saturday, the 20th of May, 2023.
Preceding the wedding festivities, a traditional entry ceremony will be held, symbolizing the Queen’s official induction into the ancient and revered Ife Oodua Palace of Ile-Ife.
This tradition holds deep cultural significance, as it signifies the Queen’s acceptance into the royal lineage and her role as a custodian of the rich heritage and traditions of the Ife kingdom.
While speculation and anticipation swirl around this remarkable event, the Ooni of Ife has yet to issue an official statement regarding his new marriage.
As news continues to unfold, the public eagerly awaits the Ooni’s formal address, which is expected to shed light on the significance of this union and the role Queen Opeoluwa Elizabeth Akinmuda will play in the royal court and the broader community.
The Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, remains a highly respected figurehead, not just within his kingdom but also throughout Nigeria.
As the nation eagerly awaits the Ooni’s official statement, it is expected that this latest addition to his esteemed court will further strengthen his position as a symbol of unity, tradition, and progress in the ancient kingdom of Ile-Ife.
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