Ooni of Ife’s wife, prophetess Silekunola spills on two years delay before son’s birth

Ooni of Ife’s wife, prophetess Silekunola spills on two years delay before son’s birth

Prophetess Silekunola M. Naomi Ogunwusi, wife of Adeyeye Ogunwusi, the Ooni of Ife, who welcomed a baby boy with the monarch, in November 2020, two years after marriage, has recounted how the societal pressure made the journey to motherhood difficult for her. Naomi spoke of the “difficult” experience she had before conception during her recent feature on TVC’s ‘Your View’. Making regard to her story, the queen said conception becomes tougher for ladies once they are constantly reminded of their fertility struggles. “It was like i used to be alleged to start popping babies soon. the entire world was just watching me,” Naomi said. You will enjoy Reading “My husband has been my dumping ground for 14 years” Opeyemi Aiyeola spills“My husband has been my dumping ground for 14 years”… Why I didn’t celebrate my wife’s birthday on social media – Mike Bamiloye spillsWhy I didn’t celebrate my wife’s birthday on social… I was a virgin until 24 – Singer Flavour spillsI was a virgin until 24 – Singer Flavour spills “Thank God for a supportive husband, he would always tell me to not bother. think it had been something i used to be challenged with from the primary day I got married. ‘‘One thing that society doesn’t yet know is that when a lady is struggling, it becomes very difficult to conceive because it messes up together with her brain then it goes into her hormones and it becomes harder. “The more you abuse a lady about childbearing, the more it becomes difficult for her to conceive.” Beyond her conception struggle, Naomi also admitted that she had faced pressure as regards the sex of her child and it’s not from her husband but the overall public. “For me, it had been really difficult but thank God for God, thank God for the Holy Ghost, and thank God for my husband. There was no pressure in the least from my husband’s family, they were all very supportive,” she added. “I would say from the general public, there was a touch little bit of pressure but because my husband didn’t actually care about what gender, it might be a woman, a boy, or maybe twins he didn’t care. “My mind wasn’t on whether it had been a woman or a boy, there was no reason to travel for a scan, and there was no reason to seek out out what i used to be having. Whatever it’s, I knew he was getting to celebrate me and celebrate the kid.

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