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Why my marriage to Ooni of Ife crashed — Queen Wuraola

By OakTV
30 August 2017   |   4:15 pm
Olori Wuraola Ogunwusi has announced that her marriage to Adeyeye Ogunwusi, the Ooni of Ife, is over. The queen who has reverted to her maiden name Zaynab-Otiti Obanor says she was never unfaithful to the monarch despite reports suggesting so.

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