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2021 Will Be A Glorious Year For Everyone – Ooni of Ife

Ooni of Ife

Ooni of Ife

The Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, Ojaja 11 has urged Christians to emulate the virtues of Christ in 2021.

He recently gave the advice on Saturday in his palace at the end of a week-long New Year Prayer Service.

According to him, 2021 will be a glorious year for everyone, and Nigerians should keep appreciating God so that we can live comfortable lives in the new year.

He added that Christ’s virtues should be reflected in our deeds, and Christians should keep behaving like believers wherever they go.

His words, “If not for God, what would the Israelites say today amidst the Coronavirus pandemic that killed uncountable people last year.

“All we need to do is to appreciate Him always so that He will make our way straight before us as 2021 is a glorious year that all will witness good and better things.

“Let Christ’s virtues be reflected in your deeds. It was at Antioch that the disciples of Jesus were first called Christians because they behaved like Jesus. Behave as Christians wherever you find yourself.”

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Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, Ojaja II, is a Nigerian monarch. He is the 51st and current traditional ruler, or Ooni, of the Yoruba kingdom of Ile-Ife. He was proclaimed as Ooni in 2015, holding the regnal name Ojaja II succeeding the deceased Oba Okunade Sijuwade.

He started his elementary education at Subuola Memorial Nursery and Primary School, Ibadan and Ibadan District Council, Akobo, Ibadan. He then proceeded to Loyola College, Ibadan and later to St. Peters Secondary School, Ile-Ife, where he received his secondary school certificate (SSCE). He graduated as an accountant from The Polytechnic, Ibadan.

Oba Ogunwusi was born on 17 October 1974 to the family of Oluropo and Wuraola Ogunwusi of the Giesi Royal House, Agbedegbede Compound in the city of Ile-Ife.

It was said that his birth was predicted years before he was conceived, Hence, the name Enitan was given by his mother while his grandfather named him Adeyeye, which means ‘the crown befits the throne. He is the fifth child in a family of seven.

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