- Alaafin of Oyo’s wife, Queen Ola, has shared some relationship advice with her followers on social media
- The queen in an Instastory post submitted that leaving a faulty relationship is okay
- However, the royalty said it is not okay for people to stay in relationships where they are not happy or feel unappreciated
One of the wives of the Alaafin of Oyo Oba Lamidi Adeyemi III identified as Olori Badirat Olaitan Adeyan aka Queen Ola has taken to social media to share some words of advice with her fans and followers.
The queen in a post shared on her Instastory channel on Instagram approached the topic of relationships and how those involved in one should conduct themselves.
According to Queen Ola, breaking up or getting a divorce from a relation is absolutely fine. In addition to this, she said that it is also acceptable for people to start their lives over or move on from a faulty relationship.
"Divorce is ok. Breaking up is ok. Starting over is ok. Moving on is Ok. Saying no is ok. Being alone is ok," the post read in part.
In a different portion of the message, the royal family member highlighted the things that are not acceptable for those who find themselves in relationships.
According to Queen Ola, it is not acceptable for people to always remain in relationships where they are not happy, valued and appreciated.
"What is not ok is staying somewhere where you aren’t happy, valued or appreciated, that’s not ok," the post read.
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See her post below:
Some months ago, Legit.ng reported that congratulatory messages poured in for Queen Ola on social media as she finally completed her National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) programme.
The Alaafin of Oyo's wife shared a photo of herself in which she was spotted happily posing with her certificate of NYSC completion. Queen Ola celebrated the achievement months after she completed her academic programme at the University of Ibadan.
Sharing the photo, she wrote: "VERIFIED B.sc HOLDER. Delayed not Denied.. Hey Momma @bello_adewumi hope I made you proud??"
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