The Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, has finally married his fourth wife, Princess Ashley Adegoke, and he is set to marry two more days after his 48th birthday.

Fourth (4th) wife Ooni of Ife, Princess Ashley Adegoke

According to reports, this is a dream come true for Princess Ashley, who has allegedly been a long-time concubine of the monarch, and as of Friday, 14th October, 2022, Ashely ceased to be a princess, as she finally took up the title of a Queen.

The marriage rites and royal wedding happened in Ile Ife, Osun State.

Just like the wedding of Queen Tobi Phillips, the Ooni was nowhere in sight at the wedding ceremony, his chiefs, the royal guards, and the royal staff were there to represent him.

In September, Ooni welcomed Queen Mariam into his palace as his first wife, Then, Queen Elizabeth Ogunwusi, was betrothed to him in Magodo, Lagos, a few days after his first marriage. Tobi Phillips was the third queen to be married to the monarch on October 9, 2022.

Princess Ashley would be the King’s fourth wife, as he already has three wives who he married within two months.

However, according to reports, the Ooni is set to marry a 5th and 6th wife. The incoming queens have been the King’s concubine before he married Queen Wuraola Otiti and Queen Noami Silekunola.

Soon -to-be 5th wife of the Ooni, Ronke Ademiluyi

According to reports Princess Ronke Ademiluyi, who is the soon-to-be 5th wife of the Ooni, has known the King before he ascended the throne in 2015. The London-trained lawyer is a very well-known entrepreneur who shuttled between the UK and Nigeria. Her wedding to the Ooni comes up three days after his 48th birthday on October 17.

The alleged to be 6th wife of the Ooni , Temitope Adesegun

Princess Temitope Adesegun, the alleged 6th wife of the Ooni, who was once married but divorced and based in Lagos, would be tying the knot a few days after that of the 5th wife Ronke Ademiluyi.

She worked as the Personal Assistant to the late Secretary to the State Government, Princess Aderenle Adeniran-Ogunsanya, during the Babatunde Raji Fashola lead administration.

Story: Ralia Adama