- Two of the Alaafin of Oyo’s wives, Queen Omowumi and Folashade, have taken to social media to sing his praises
- This comes after they unveiled the mansion gifted to them by the monarch
- The queens also posted photos and videos showing the interior and exterior parts of the house
- Many flooded their comment section with congratulatory messages
Alaafin of Oyo, Oba Lamidi Adeyemi III has been heartily appreciated by two of his wives, Queen Omowumi and Folashade, following his impressive gift to them.
The queen took to their individual pages on Instagram sharing the news that the monarch built a mansion for them.
Queen Omowumi in her post thanked the Alaafin while praying for the Lord to grant him good health and long life to be able to do more for his family members.
"With greatest respect and honor, I would like to appreciate my husband, the father of my children for all He has been doing. I cannot thank him enough, he has been very supportive and I pray God Almighty grant him good health so as to be able to do more and more."
Her post was also accompanied with pictures showing the building. From indications, a mini housewarming event was held as the monarch was seen alongside other guests cutting the ribbons.
A large signage bearing the name Palace of Patience was also seen in front of the new house.
See her post below:
Similarly, Queen Folashade also posted pictures of the same building while thanking the king.
See her post below:
Upon sharing the news, well-wishers flooded the queens' comment section with congratulatory messages. Read some of the messages sighted below:
"Congratulations my darling Queen more wins Insha Allah."
"Congratulations my darling queen."
"Congratulations my woman so happy for you."
"My Olori big congratulations Mylove."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the Alaafin has reportedly taken on another wife identified as Olori Chioma.
The traditional monarch stepped out with the new Olori during the installation of Tomori Williams as the Aare Onikoyi of Yorubaland. It was gathered that Olori Chioma Adeyemi is the monarch’s thirteenth wife and the first eastern Olori