The Ooni of Ife, Oba Enitan Ogunwusi, on Monday tied the knot with a princess from Ijebu, Temitope Adesegun.
The marital rites were performed at a ceremony in Magodo, Lagos.
With the marital rites, Olori Temitope becomes the sixth wife to marry the Ooni of Ife in two months.
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The monarch on Thursday, October 20, 2022, married his fifth wife and founder of African Fashion Week, Ronke Ademiluyi, who is the great-granddaughter of the 48th Ooni of Ife, Ajagun Ademiluyi.
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After his marriage to Naomi Silekunola failed in December 2021, the monarch has since married five women in less than two months.
The queens are; Mariam Anako, September 6, 2022; Elizabeth Akinmudai; Tobiloba Philips, October 9, 2022; Ashley Adegoke, October 14, 2022; and Ademiluyi, October 20, 2022.
Who Is Princess Temitope Adesegun, Sixth Wife Of The Ooni Of Ife
As the Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi set to tie the knot for the sixth time today, many have dug out the identity of his new wife.
Princess Temitope Morenikeji Adesegun, the soon to be sixth wife of the Monarch is the CEO of Hopes Alive Initiatives (HAI). Her initiative is powered by the House of Odua inspired by the Ooni.
She will join the ranks of Olori Mariam, Olori Elizabeth, Olori Tobi, Olori Ashley and Olori Ronke, whom the 48-year-old monarch married in one month, an unrivalled feat in Nigeria.
Ooni’s spokesperson, Moses Olafare, says the new Olori is an Ijebu Princess.
She is a princess from Adesegun Ibipe Royal Dynasty of Ago-Iwoye in Ijebu North LG of Ogun State.
Princess Temitope has a Diploma in Linguistics, University of Lagos; Diploma in Data Processing, University of Lagos; and Bsc in Business Admin, University of Lagos.
Ms Temitope has vast experience working in both the public and private sectors. She is also a humanitarian.
She is a certified alumnus of several universities, including the University of Oxford, United Kingdom; INSEAD Business School, Fontainebleau, France; University of Cambridge, Judge Business School, United Kingdom; and Harvard Kennedy School of Government in the United States.