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Why I Love Cherubim & Seraphim Church, Ooni’s Wife Olori Naomi Ogunwusi Explains

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Olori Naomi Ogunwusi, wife of the Ooni of Ife has revealed her love for Cherubim & Seraphim Church.

Olori Naomi spoke of her love for the white garment church at the Seraphim Media Summit held at Seraph Land, Maba, Ogun State.

Revealing that she has always loved the Cherubim & Seraphim church, Naomi Ogunwusi said she was criticized for preaching like their members when she started off at a tender age.

“When I began preaching at a tender age, it was strange to the church I worshipped. They said I preached like the people from C&S. I thank you for bringing me here today because I have always wanted to be identified with the people they say I preach like. I love the church so much and I will always speak for you anywhere” she said.

The Ooni of Ife’s wife also told members of the church to shun negative criticisms, which according to her was a deliberate act by certain people to ridicule what the church stood for.

 “I rejoice with the church today because of the foundation. When I wanted to learn about indigenous men of God, the first person that came to my mind was the late founder of the church, Moses Orimolade. I want you to know that you are a beautiful brand regardless of what people say about you. You have a beautiful mark of identification; with your white garment, you don’t need any further introduction to anyone.

“We all know that in every original product, there are fake ones. People will always try to bring you down. When people said I was preaching like a C&S member, they were trying to bring me down,” she said.

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How Socialite, Drug Peddler Toyin Igbira Died

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Popular socialite, Monsurat Ashabi Oluwatoyin Oyemade popular as Toyin Igbira has passed on.

The woman who was notorious for drug peddling having been arrested severally died at the age of 56. She was born  in February, 18th 1963.

Toyin Igbira

Toyin Igbira died on Saturday, July 19 of ovarian cancer in a Surulere hospital after battling the illness for over five years.

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In her lifetime, she was a popular name among socialites, party bride and musician.

Though the woman had been sick for five years, she was rumoured to have survived the life-threatening illness two years ago before her recent demise.

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Adieu Olufunke Olakunrin

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The family of deceased Olufunke Olakunrin, the daughter of Afenifere Leader Pa Reuben Fasoranti who was killed by suspected herdsmen on Friday, July 12, will have the opportunity to pay her their last respect tomorrow.

According to the burial plans released by the family, the deceased will be buried on Monday, July 22.

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Events leading to her final burial, however, commenced with a commendation/night of tributes which took place on Friday, July 19, at Harbour Point Wilmot road, Ahmadu Bello Way, Victoria lsland, Lagos.

It will climax with a burial ceremony at the Saito David’s Anglican Cathedral Ijomu, Akure while interment follows at the church cemetery.

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Prince Ajibade Ogunoye’s Hurdle

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Death is a sad occurrence, but it has a way of opening doors for people.

For Prince Ajibade Ogunoye, the death of Olateru-Olagbegi opened a big door. The death saw to his emergence as the new Olowo of Owo Kingdom.

Against all expectations, Prince Ogunoye’s emergence was peaceful, democratic and procedural.

Despite this, he still has the big challenge of unifying other contenders of the throne, as well as uniting all sons and daughters of Owo Kingdom.

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Though yet to officially ascend the throne of his forefathers, Owo Kingdom awaits the traditional rites that will fully usher in their new leader.

 

 

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