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“You are the sugar in my tea” Olori Wuraola wishes Her Oba a Happy Birthday

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Olori Wuraola Ogunsi and Oba OgunwusiToday is the Ooni of Ife – Oba Ogunwusi‘s birthday, and his queen Olori Wuraola has shared a little prayer for him on Instagram.

Happy birthday to my King! May Our creator continue to bless you with wisdom, happiness, success, and love. You are the sugar in my tea! #OloriWuraola #OoniofIfe

Photo Credit: Instagram.com/oloriwuraolaogunwusi

20 Comments

  1. just saying

    October 19, 2016 at 9:08 am

    Happy birthday to HRH but madam watch your sugar level sha

  2. Esther Asuquo

    October 19, 2016 at 9:32 am

    Indeed he is, wishing the Ooni of Ife a pleasant birthday and many successful years on earth, ki bata ope lese o

  3. Loolooo

    October 19, 2016 at 10:29 am

    My dear Zynab Otiti, you are getting too comfortable with yourself. The sugar in your tea are your former husbands and cannot be our king who obviously doesn’t love you and cannot love you as he publicly told you earlier. You are just a ceremonial lady on duty, so I will advise you to face your work that we employed you to come and do and not publicly come out to call our ondindin Oba Yoruba the sugar in your tea. You are just a strange woman and we have paid you enough money to do your duty very well. Iyawo osan gangan.
    We can see you are always pretending to be pregnant by holding your tummy in public, By next month, it would be 9 months of your eating fat in the palace. Kabiyesi needs an Aremo to prove he is very fertile. So you have better hurry up and face your work. Remember you cannot bring a bastard to the palace. Wish you all the best.
    NB: Kabiyesi is still legally married to Bukola and there is nothing you can do about it. He will still marry many beautiful Yoruba women.

    • Nunulicious

      October 19, 2016 at 11:04 am

      Kindly be aware this is a royal person you are referring to. Her current role and position and that of her husband are very important in the yoruba race. Your personal grouse with her can be sorted out in private when you meet her face to face but insulting and denigrating a woman is not acceptable. Moreso, one who is officially and currently recognised as the Olori of a race.

    • Lol

      October 19, 2016 at 11:19 am

      Ooni of Ife is akin to the chief babalawo. She’s not the Queen of the Yoruba race. Nothing like that exists in Yorubaland. There are many Oba’s and titles that preexist the Ooni. The Alaafin’s title is more senior. He is the Ooni of Ife. Not the Ooni of Yorubaland.

    • Loolooo

      October 19, 2016 at 11:21 am

      You are already annoyed, aah I can see the truth eat you well. Look Kabiyesi is well respected ok. But Eleebolo laafin Oba because of her witch craft can never be accepted. She is just on duty. Let her face her job. People like you begging for Favour is enough to respect an harlot like her. Not a bonifide Yoruba that tells the truth as it is. In her village, will you see a Yoruba woman in the palace at all. After wakaabout she feels she can use worthless power to steal our king. Ko joo. Ask her if she is truly happy.. She is in one chance biko.

    • Naijatalk

      October 19, 2016 at 11:27 am

      Your heart is wicked. Some of you Nigerian women, you do and say heartless things. Just read what you, likely a female, penned about another female. So your basis for hatred is really that she is NOT Yoruba. You were personally present when he publicly told Wuraola he doesn’t love her, you are the designated womb watcher for the palace. Don’t you have a past? Continue

    • Loolooo

      October 19, 2016 at 12:20 pm

      When you talk of wickedness, the people in question are more wicked than any human being. So stop putting your mouth in what you don’t know. Enjoy the post or waka pass. Wuraola is the chief of wickedness. What you see is not what you get. This emotional speech is not necessary at all. Agbo Odaju ni won wa. You don’t want to know how wicked Wuraola has been to women like herself ok.

    • Papermoon

      October 19, 2016 at 11:36 am

      Really, she was paid to play the role! What kind of self respecting leader and elders pay a stranger to play the role of a wife, and a divorced strange woman at that? You just insulted your chief, his elders and the people over whom he rules.

      You mean the leadership could not get a fresh beautiful, virgin from among your people to be paid to act as the wife of the chief?

      You mean they actually had to bribe a multiple time divorced strange woman to act as a wife for your chief?
      That’s an indictment on the PERFECT women of your tribe who could not make the standard.

      Only the best is good for the leader and if the best in your place is a multiple time divorced strange woman……then it’s true love or your chief and elders have no standards…….and the fact that she had to be paid make your elders and your chief look worse.

      Get used to the fact that he must love her.

    • Ponle

      October 19, 2016 at 12:07 pm

      Omo Ibo, from your tone you seems pained about this harlot too. But let me correct you, Ooni is not a chief but a king. Not just Loolooo is pained. I think the 3rd leg of men was the one that made Kabiyesi not to care despite that IFE elders appealed to him not to marry a public harlot. But what can Yorubas do about their 3rd leg. Ko si.

    • Mawi

      October 19, 2016 at 11:46 am

      Eyaaa…. see how I just dey pity you. It’s obvious u are sooooo pained that a whole Ooni chose a divorced, non yoruba lady over u. You, the yoruba babe who is superior *yimu*. Kpele ooo. Next time, try harder. This woman is here to stay & u can jump inside lagoon if u don’t like it. Dirty, evil olodo. Scum.

    • Jade edo babe

      October 19, 2016 at 4:38 pm

      You dey craze o. Ooni of Ife is her sugar in her tea, na spiritual love tins. Abeg, go find your own ooni, this one wey u don vex finish.
      They go born spiritual pikins anyhow, maybe twins sef.
      You be Bukola’s spokeperson? She doesn’t seem to care though.

    • NationalSquirrel

      October 20, 2016 at 12:07 am

      LOL idk whether to abuse you for hating on the Benin yellow banana bride that he imported to ife or for so elaborately stating fact with insultive yoruba catch phrases.
      . Sigh I’m such a gemini my thoughts are split in 2 at every given point in time

      She is a strange woman oh, she is a hag oh, sanpona will infect her with measles and gonorrhea oh, but the juju oracle(through aunty daisy danjuma of life , match maker to the stars ) chose her for a purpose.
      She is a revered Mami water in the Benin river and her powers are needed. Do u know that she is sees visions and has spiritual powers that she uses to help her your Juju king? (we who know, know)

      Stop sympathizing for bukky that went to find her Christian life. She ain’t even down for this fetish shit.

  4. bree

    October 19, 2016 at 10:34 am

    ki ade kpe lori…. kabiyesi oo even if i’m not yoruba…Kabiyesi ooo

  5. Nunulicious

    October 19, 2016 at 11:05 am

    Kaa bi y’esi o!

  6. Warri Pickin

    October 19, 2016 at 11:13 am

    GOOD THINGS COMES TO THOSE WHO WISH OTHERS WELL

    Happy Birthday Your Majesty, the Ooni of Ife Oba Ogunwusi
    Your Highness Sir , as you celebrate your Birthday today , may you live long
    happy and healthy in Jesus name Amen
    Love you Beautiful Olori Wuraola
    Ogwashiukwucarnival

  7. dd

    October 19, 2016 at 11:25 am

    @Loolooo: From your utterances here, you sound like you know tradition. I expect you to know then that your attack on Olori is also an attack on the Ooni and a denigration of the revered royal stool. If you have a personal problem with the Olori, you should sort it in private. Oodua a gbe a o…Ase!

  8. Big Tee

    October 19, 2016 at 1:05 pm

    Kabiyesi oo! Ki ade pe lori, ki bata pe lese!……..Long may you reign, Olori Wuraola, you are blessed!…….Kabiyesi ooooooo

  9. bashebony

    October 19, 2016 at 1:39 pm

    This lowlow is just angry at the fact that she’s not the one standing beside kabiyesi, eiya o, sorry o. I cannot understand your struggle dear but its sure real.. Calm your mind down o, I’ll help you pray to see a man that will pay you to marry him even if he isn’t royal… Happy birthday Kabiyesi o, long may you reign.

  10. Yummychickcummummy

    October 19, 2016 at 2:19 pm

    @looloo bitter much… I don’t like the olori too nor do I hate her.. , but Waka pass and ignore cos my opinion is not needed.. Lol. Also, every body has a past!! …… Aunty, pls live n let it….. R u a bitter ex or something

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