Olori Prophetess Naomi, the Wife to Ooni of Ife has responded to hearsay that her marriage to Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, the Ooni of Ife has collide.

Statement had surface on social media that Olori Naomi had divorced the monarch’s and had packed out from the house because of marital crisis.

However, the monarch’s wife took to her Instagram page sharing a post to explain her absence at the palace.

The Queen disclosed that she had been facing her ministry and that was one of the reasons why she moved out from the palace.

She declaimed the reports that her marriage to Ooni of Ife has collapse, she further said that their love is a strong one and cannot be broken.

She also said that these statement making the rounds is the handiwork of detriment peddlers who would love to see that she divorce her husband.

Her statement read: “There have been strange rumours and unfounded news making rounds on social media. I want all believers of good news to know that it is all lies and a picture of how the peddlers of the evil news would have loved our love story to turn out. I would have loved to maintain silence, however, due to concerns being expressed by well-meaning people something has to be said.

“Now, the gospel truth is that I have been busy with ministry, off the social media space and you’d all agree with me that with the ongoing pandemic which suddenly sprung up on all of us, it only means more work needs to be done. I can’t sit still (as nobody privileged enough should) and this isn’t a time for social media presence but a time that calls for solemnity. Hence my break from what people now call normal.

“Finally, as duty will have me do, I have been in and out of the palace doing God’s bidding. With all being said, I am compelled to ask the following questions.

“Why can’t people verify that which is the truth? Why do people believe more in falsehood and negativity? Well, the bible has something to say about them in Psalm 2:1-12.

“Please you all disregard every fake and malicious news about me and my husband (Ooni Adeyeye Babatunde Enitan Ogunwusi) for ours is a love no earthly force is strong enough to break.”

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