Ambode’ Wife Points A Finger At, Disrespects Ooni Of Ife Oba Ogunwusi At Tinubu’s Birthday Reception


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March 31, 2016 – Ambode’s Wife Points A Finger At, Disrespects Ooni Of Ife Oba Ogunwusi At Tinubu’s 64th Birthday Reception As She Remembers The Good Old Days [PICTURES]

Lagos-based socialite, real estate mogul cum the Ooni Of Ife has been travelling across the country since he was crowned the King of Ife, one of the most popular monarchs in Yorubaland.

On Tuesday, Lagos State First Lady, Mrs Bolanle Patience Ambode pointed a finger at the young monarch as she remembers the good old days.

Though many critics believe it is a sign of dishonour to the Ooni title, the young monarchs seems unperturbed as he engaged in more intense conversation with Patience Ambode while his subjects gazed at him.

A monarch of his caliber should never be seen all over the place like regular politicians or wannabe socialites.

It is high time His Royal Highness, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi value the post he occupies in Yorubaland.

Long live the King and the Great people of Ile Ife.

27 thoughts on “Ambode’ Wife Points A Finger At, Disrespects Ooni Of Ife Oba Ogunwusi At Tinubu’s Birthday Reception

  1. The man doesn’t know the value of the crown he is carrying, his advisers are doing a bad job.
    Why is he all over the place like a lost kid, he is downgrading the throne

  2. D wife of our vice president z bowing down greating d president and one of his minister and here z d wife of a governor pointing finger at one of d most respected king in yoruba land… Real kings don’t move about like fly instead pple come 2 him and flaunt arround him like a fly…he ill soon drag dat title and d respect dat accompany with it in a mud

  3. Pointing a finger to a royal personality, even while praising the person, could he read as an insult. But not for this well exposed monarch who does not hold all these traditional observances as meaningful anymore. Any other oba with high regard for the throne would have preserved the myth that once surrounded it by not takint up a questionable woman as wife. Since this oba did not see anything wrong in it, he would not regard the pointing finger as disrespectful. His mind has developed beyond our African mentality.

  4. It seems he doesn’t knw the power of the crown..He shud not be seen in all social events bcos the more he socialite himself,the more he disvalue and downgrade the position/crown…Long live Oba Ogunwusi

  5. Adebayo akinode I guess ur not a yoruba man nd I dnt think u have a king in ur village that’s y ur disrespecting Ooni of ife, let’s cut d crap Ooni knws mr than the value of d crown his carrying. Am sure sooner u will knw d usefulness of what Ooni of ife is doing nd more so I was @ d event too, Ambode’s wife was very happy seeing Ooni nd not pointing a finger @ disrespecting him. Thanks

  6. This is just the beginning of disrecspect for him since he thinks being a king is same as gaining admission to the university.

  7. The king of bla bla doesn’t mean shit to the rest of Naija nor the world. Yoruba na una business whether una dey worship one pumpkin and his ashawo or not. So this randy animals wey dey eat shit and f*ck like the rest of una don turn to God? So a woman nor man can talk freely with him again. That’s why una chauvinistic generations go forever remain in bondage. Because of demonic person na una dey shout? Una be deity mumus indeed.

  8. With the expression on madam’s face, that shows she was happy to see him. Expression speaks volume.

  9. I agree with you Adebayo. I don’t know what all this junketing is about. Like a kid in a candy store. That crown is too exalted for this .

  10. Please the gesture should not be misinterpreted. From the picture I can only see people filled with joy,happiness and cracking jokes with one another.AND Not otherwise.

  11. this yeye needs to chill, must he attend every event? u dont see queen of England jumping upandan unless absolutely necessary. it should be the other way round, people going to visit him at the palace.His advisers need advising. mscheww

  12. I do not see this as an insult. She was happy to see the Ooni and they engage in a “conversation remembering the good old days”. Y ou can see both of them smiling. This new king is well exposed and educated and his mentality is no more like the old mentality of the past kings who regard themselves as Demi Gods.

  13. I wonder why people are twisting things, the picture clearly shown them joking , Ooni does not need any help in that department, he has done a good job of disrespecting himself when he married that controversial lady as a wife. I just pray that God almighty will give him wisdom to deal with issues on daily basis. I wonder what kind of people surrounded this young king.
    May God help you.

  14. Haba, that is not an accusing finger, the finger is not pointed directly at the king, looking at the finger, it is slightly bent towards herself and not straight to the king, it is for illustration.

    She is well groomed and culture. Eje ka pon won le (Both King and our first lady). oLORI AMBODE KO NI RI OBA FIN

  15. Ooni Adedyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, please respect yourself and the stool of Oodua by staying in the palace. A cobra never goes running around for food. Orunmila never goes hunting for suitors , they come to him in his shrine for divination. Your position is sacred. Please, respect, honor, guide, cherish and secure the stool that Ile-Ife and the entire Youruba race entrusted in your care. Afobajes and Distinguished Chiefs of Ile-Ife, please guide, lead and advice our Ooni right. We don’t need disgrace in Yoruba land any more. We have since his coronation become toothpicks in the face of some uncultured morons. If he does not caution his misguided behaviors, he will not be able to accomplish his laudable peace mission. No other Kings will take him serious. May the spirit of Oodua never sleep in heaven. May his spirit continue to protect and be with us with the power of transformation of our Creator.

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