Ooni of Ife to reportedly hold grand wedding for his first wife, Olori Mariam
Ife Kingdom is preparing for their monarch, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, and his first wife, Olori Mariam Anako Ogunwusi, to marry in grand style.
The King is reportedly planning a lavish wedding to commemorate his marriage to Mariam.
The royal wedding will take place this weekend, according to The9jafresh.
This is just one of the many activities that the Ife Kingdom is planning.
Many celebrations have been planned for the monarch, according to word on the street.
This month is undoubtedly busy for him, as he prepares to turn 48 on October 17 and marry his fourth wife, Princess Ashley, on October 14th.
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Ooni weds Olori Mariam
It was reported In July, that the Ooni had reportedly gotten over his estranged wife, prophetess Naomi, and was on verge of taking a new wife, Mariam Anako, an Oil and Gas executive.
In September, the rumors were confirmed as the Ooni officially wedded his new queen.
A video that made rounds, showed the couple at their marital function.
The new Queen already has an Instagram page where she addressed herself as the wife of the Monarch.
Ooni of Ife takes second wife
Just weeks after his wedding, the Ooni took a second wife, Elizabeth Akinmuda.
A team of Chiefs from the Palace in Ile-Ife, Osun State, visited the family of another bride-to-be, Dr. Elizabeth Opeoluwa Akinmuda, in the Magodo area of Lagos.
According to Leadership, Miss Akinmuda is a Scotland-based Electronic Data Processor and a native of Ondo City in Ondo State.
Ooni weds Tobi Phillips
Expanding his family, the Ife Kingdom welcomed their third queen, Queen Tobi Phillips.
The monarch had wedded his ex-beauty queen lover, Tobi Phillips, on October 9th.
Videos from the low-key wedding made its way around the internet.
The monarch’s new wife was seen in traditional white attire as she received blessings from her family.
Though the Ooni wasn’t in sight, the King sent his guards, chief and royal staff to represent him.