Here’s how I’ll be spending my time in isolation while Ooni

The Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, Ojaja II, said that during his solitary time during the next Olojo festival, he would be praying earnestly for the Bola Tinubu-led administration.

The king said that he will be praying for an end to the country’s current hardships, which have been brought on by the elimination of gasoline subsidies and other circumstances.

On Sunday, before going into seclusion for the Olojo ceremonies, Ooni made the announcement to reporters at his palace.

‘I will utilize the media to pray for African Unity and movement, for actualisation of Pan Africanism,’ he declared. In order for Africa to speak with one voice, “we as stakeholders must do our part,” he said.

Ooni emphasized that spiritual intervention is needed in Nigeria during this economic depression, and he said he would be using the time to pray for a path out of isolation.

I will be praying for peace and harmony in Africa. It’s a rough situation. Everyone is aware of the current economic climate.

Now is the moment for God to step in and help us. My time alone in Olojo every year. My family has been following this practice for generations.

Due to the difficulty of the situation, we need to pray diligently. The current situation of the economy is well known. This is a delicate matter that requires prayer and must be handled with care.

“My prayer also would be to pray for divine intervention for the government of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu to turn things right because expectation of the people is so high”, the Ooni said.

In addition, he urged African actors to make pan-Africanism a top priority and put an emphasis on African unity.

For the sake of the progress of its people, the Ooni urged Africans to put aside their differences and live in harmony.

He emphasized that the unification of the African continent was of utmost importance and that the Pan-African movement was therefore non-negotiable.

The king’s father said he would use the time alone to pray for the nation’s leaders because tensions are high and people are struggling.

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