Go And Bring Husband To Daddy – Ooni of Ife Tells Daughter As She Clocks 30

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The Ooni of Ife, Oba Enitan Adeyeye Ogunwusi, the foremost monarch of the Yoruba race, has caused a stir on social media with a heartfelt message he shared to mark his daughter, Princess Adeola’s birthday on May 20.

In his message, Oba Enitan expressed his joy and pride in Princess Adeola, emphasizing how blessed he feels to have her as his daughter.

The Ooni revealed that he had previously celebrated Princess Adeola’s birthdays when she turned 10 and 20, imparting valuable advice on education, morals, and overall well-being during those milestones.

The recent message penned by the Ooni for Princess Adeola’s 30th birthday has garnered significant attention online.

As Princess Adeola entered her thirties, the Ooni’s guidance shifted from academic and career pursuits to the importance of finding a life partner.

In his post, the Yoruba monarch lovingly urged Princess Adeola to introduce a suitable man to him soon, so he could bestow his blessings upon their union.

His post reads;

“Princess Adeola, Aanuoluwapo, Atutunini, Bamdefe Ogunwusi, Omo Ojaja II. I am truly grateful for the fulfilling life you have lived. May God Almighty continue to be with you in all your endeavors. Amen!

When you turned 10, your father would talk to you about school and your future. At 20, he encouraged you to listen and understand the importance of morals and well-being, even as you sought independence.

Now that you are 30, you are a grown woman. Your father senses that you no longer wish to be advised as independence has finally set in.

I talked 10 to you and I got your subtle independence behaviour in return, I talked 20 to you and still got your near obvious independence behaviour in return. Now I’m talking 30 to a grown woman, so go and bring husband to daddy o…

With love from the throne of Oduduwa.

Congratulations, and may God continue to guide you in all your pursuits.”

He urged them to employ supernatural powers to defend themselves and their lands against marauders.

This is as he warned those who were uninterested in such powers to abdicate their thrones.

The monarch addressed them on Thursday at the first Yoruba Security Summit, which was called in response to rising insecurity in the Southwest and the terrible deaths of traditional rulers in Ekiti and Kwara states.

Following the conference, the Ooni of Ife issued and signed a communique with other monarchs, including the Deji of Akure, Oba Aladetoyinbo Ogunlade; the Owa-Ajero of Ijero Ekiti, Oba Joseph Adewole; and the Akarigbo of Remo, Oba Babatunde Adewale Ajayi.

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