Ooni Of Ife’s Wife Olori Wuraola Fakes Pregnancy & Baby Bump, Hires Surrogate Mother In India
Oct 31, 2016 – Ooni Of Ife’s Wife In Fake Baby Bump, Pregnancy Scandal, Olori Wuraola Otiti Set To Use A Surrogate Mother In India – Insider Exposes Her Usual Trick
How Queen Wuraola Otiti Allegedly Lied To Her Husband That She Lost Her Pregnancy In Early October
Over 5 months ago, it was alleged that Ooni of Ife’s wife, Olori Wuraola is expecting a baby and few months later, the pregnancy seems to have varnished.
An insider NaijaGists.com spoke to over the phone yesterday alleged that except a miracle happen, Wuraola formerly called Sonia Itohan may never conceive again due to her history of multiple abortion.
The source said Sonia has been battling fertility problem since the year she allegedly aborted two set of twins for a wealthy northerner.
To cut the long story short, the source told us Sonia usually trap wealthy men with fake pregnancy since then.
The former Abuja ‘Runs girl’ allegedly abandoned her Lebanese husband when one of her ‘Iya Isales’ who normally connect her to wealthy men introduced her to Oba Ogunwusi.
The source hopes the influential monarch will wake up from his slumber soon because Sonia has been using a prosthetic baby bump to fake her pregnancy since she became a Queen.
We learnt she reportedly lied to the wealth monarch that she has lost her pregnancy early this month.
The insider who claimed to know Sonia inside out revealed that she has tricked the monarch to pay a fertility clinic in India to look for a surrogate mother on her behalf so as to bear a child for him.
Our source concluded that if you hear that Sonia has put to bed, keep in mind she used a surrogate mother in India.
“I expect her to stay out of the media very soon so all her plans can materialise. I will wait and see the outcome of this her latest trick. The king who threw out his wife of 8 years will soon have himself to be blamed once the the oracle rejects the baby. I will keep you people updated thanks for calling” – said the source