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Nigerian Monarch, Ooni of Ife, Marries 6th Wife a Week After His 5th

Nigerian monarch, Ooni Oba Enitan Ogunwusi has wedded his sixth wife, Temitope Adesegun on Monday, October 24, 2022, barely one week after his marriage to his fifth wife, founder of African Fashion Week, Ronke Ademiluyi.

The announcement of the King’s marriage was made by Ooni spokesman, Moses Olafare in a Facebook post on Sunday, and pictures followed on Monday.

The monarch married his fifth wife and founder of African Fashion Week, Ronke Ademiluyi, great-granddaughter of the 48th Ooni of Ife, Ajagun Ademiluyi, on Thursday, October 20, 2022.

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The Yoruba Monarch and Temitope Adesegun

According to Olafare, Ooni’s sixth wife, Adesegun is a princess who hails from the land of Ijebu.

In the Facebook post, Olafare wrote, “Olori Temitope Adesegun Ogunwusi an Ijebu Princess cum Ile-Ife Queen, Tomorrow is D-Day.”

Nigerian Monarch, Ooni of Ife, Marries 6th Wife a Week After His 5th

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After his marriage to Naomi Silekunola ended in December 2021, the monarch married five women in less than two months. Queens are; Mariam Anako, who is now his wife, September 6, 2022; Elizabeth Akinmudai; Tobiloba Philips October 9, 2022, Ashley Adegoke October 14, 2022 and Ronke Ademiluyi October 20, 2022.

The traditional wedding of the Ooni of Ife, Oba Enitan Adeyeye Ogunwusi Ojaja II and Princess Ronke Ademiluyi took place on October 20th.

Nigerian Monarch, Ooni of Ife, Marries 6th Wife a Week After His 5th
Ooni and his fifth wife

Photos and videos of the traditional wedding ceremony have made their way onto the internet. In the videos that were circulating, the beautiful bride was seen entering the wedding reception in style as the Ooni chiefs proposed to her.

As with their previous marriages, the Ooni was absent but the royal guards and maids, palace chiefs, and royal officials were there to represent the Yoruba monarch.

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