Olori Naomi encourages mistreated wives, “Quit now before death,” according to Osinachi.

Olori Naomi encourages mistreated wives, "Quit now before death," according to Osinachi.

Olori Naomi encourages mistreated wives, “Quit now before death,” according to Osinachi.

Silekunola Naomi is a Nigerian evangelist. Evangelist Naomi Silekunola, the estranged wife of Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi Ojaja II, the Ooni of Ife, has urged battered wives to leave their marriages if they realize they aren’t working.

Olori Naomi encourages mistreated wives, "Quit now before death," according to Osinachi.
Olori Naomi encourages mistreated wives, “Quit now before death,” according to Osinachi.

On Monday, the 28-year-old evangelist said married women should quit seeking society acceptance and condemned those who can’t reason with their pains in a message on her verified social media sites.

 

Olori Naomi also paid respect to popular gospel singer Osinachi Nwachukwu, who purportedly died as a victim of gender-based violence, in the tribute-like post.

The widower of the deceased, Peter, was arrested by the Federal Capital Territory Police Command for alleged assault, and an inquiry was launched. Olori Naomi claims that the late Osinachi’s songs ministered to her on multiple occasions.

Olori Naomi had declared her divorce from the monarch in a December 2021 Instagram post. She also relinquished the title of ‘Queen,’ claiming that she tried to make the three-year relationship work, but that the Ooni’s public persona is at odds with his “real personality.”

See Olori Naomi’s post: Woman, you’ve been set free! (Luke 13:12)

  • You have the right to refuse.
  • It is perfectly acceptable for you to be exhausted.
  • You are free to raise your hands in the air.
  • If you have to, scream for help;
  • Even if the rest of the world can’t understand you, say no.
  • Because they won’t even in the grave.
  • Don’t put it off until it’s too late.
  • In preparation for a pity gathering.
  • Death signifies the end of a person’s hope.
  • Are you hoping he would learn to love and respect you and stop assaulting you intellectually, emotionally, and physically?
  • If you die, your hope is over.
  • No one is a saint, so ask for help.
  • Every one of us is still a work in progress.
  • Are you a perfectionist who wants the world to see you at your best all of the time?
  • Stop pretending to be God.
  • God should be God, and man should be man.
  • Accept that if it isn’t going to work, it isn’t going to work.
  • When it can’t, we always know.
  • Finally, stop looking for approval.
  • May the departed’s soul rest in peace.
  • Her song has ministered to me many times, and I still say Ekueme!
  • My lady, take it easy!

 

Osinachi REST IN PEACE

WHAT JUST HAPPENED, CAN’T BE REVERSE.

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