Ooni of Ife’s wife, Queen Naomi opens up on how she battled infertility for 2 years amidst the challenges she faced.

Ooni of Ife’s wife, Queen Naomi opens up on how she battled infertility for 2 years amidst the challenges she faced.

Ooni of Ife’s wife, Queen Naomi opens up on how she battled infertility for 2 years amidst the challenges she faced.

The Ooni of Ife’s wife, Queen Naomi has explained how she dealt with a lot of pressure from the public after she failed to conceive after 2 years of marriage.

She was engaged in an interview on TVC where she opened up about some challenges she faced before she had her first child.

She said: “It was like I was supposed to start popping babies almost immediately. The whole world was just looking at me…

Thank God for a supportive husband, he would always tell me not to bother. think it was something I was challenged with from the first day I got married. One thing that society does not yet know is that when a woman is under pressure, it becomes very difficult to conceive because it messes up with her brain and then it goes into her hormones and it becomes more difficult. The more you abuse a woman about childbearing, the more it becomes difficult for her to conceive.”

“For me, it was really difficult but thank God for God, thank God for the Holy Spirit, and thank God for my husband. There was no pressure at all from my husband’s family, they were all very supportive,”

“I would say from the public, there was a little bit of pressure but because my husband didn’t actually care about what gender, it could be a girl, a boy, or even twins he didn’t care. My mind was not on whether it was a girl or a boy, there was no reason to go for a scan, and there was no reason to find out what I was having. Whatever it is, I knew he was going to celebrate me and celebrate the child.”

Naomi is the Founder/President of En-Heralds – an interdenominal ministry based in Akure, Ondo state. She started public ministry at the age of eighteen and became a full time evangelist in October 2011. She has six siblings and is in her 20s.

Top 9 things you need to know about prophetess Naomi Oluwaseyi

1. Naomi was born on October 12 , 1993 which implies that she’s only 25 years of age as at 2018.

2. Naomi Oluwaseyi hails from Ondo city in Ondo state

3. The new Queen of Ife is the third born of her family and has six siblings.

4. She was born in Akure, Ondo state capital to the family of Mr kehinde and Pastor Funmilayo Grace Oluwaseyi.

5. She attended Omotola nursery and primary school and Akure Academy for her elementary and secondary education respectively.

6. She studied social studies at Adekunle Ajasin University but dropped out to pursue her evangelism work at the age of 18.

7. She is the founder of En-Heralds, an interdenominational ministry based in Akure Ondo state.

8. She started public ministry at the age of 18 and became a full time evangelist in October 2011.

9. Naomi Oluwaseyi is the third wife of Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi after the Ooni’s marriage crashed to Olori Wuraola a year ago.

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