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Sunday, October 21, 2018

Ooni Of Ife's Wife Stepped On "Osùn", Not Blood, Nigerian Argues As He Shows EVIDENCE But Others Dug Out Photos Of Other Olori Doing Same

A Nigerian, Kolawole Oginni has blasted Nigerians saying Ooni of Ife's new wife, Prophetess Naomi Oluwaseyi DID NOT step on blood during her marriage rites but stepped on 'Osun', camwood in English language.

He described them as ignorant of our tradition, but many Nigerians didn't still agree with him, insisting that looked more of blood than Osun. Then to buttress their points, some then went ahead to dig out photos of former Olori Wuraola doing the same during her marriage rites to Ooni.

What Kolawole said and former Olori Wuraola's photos all below....



14 comments:

  1. This one ayam seeing, the osun thick pass blood o. Oga na you prepare am

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  2. Ladun are you not yoruba? Osun (camwood) is what every bride need to step on and be decorated hence yorubas say "iyawo elese osun" meaning bride with camwood feet.

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  3. Yorubas tradition is to decorate a bride with oosun (camwood) hence the new bride is praised as iyawo elese osun (bride with camwood feet). Due to Islam and Christianity, many people are jettisoning such important marriage rites.

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  4. Mtchews, this one was paid to say this

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  5. I thought osun are always white

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  6. We all know it is osun, next please

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  7. Am i a learner

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  8. Why start a baesless debate. Do you know how many things she would have done in secret as ooni's wife? Either it is osun or not, there are rituals you have to follow to be a Queen, what about that

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    1. U are so right. Joor camwood my foot. Dat ain't camwood dats blood

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    2. Nigerians have a penchant for taking other people's issues very personal. Smh!

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  9. Either camwood or blood, nobody cares about it

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  10. This is thicker naw

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