Olori Silekunola Naomi Ogunwusi, the ex-wife of the Ooni of Ife, has often shown herself to be a true queen.
With her encouraging gesture toward her hairstylist, the ex-wife of the monarch has won the hearts of her fans.

Olori Naomi said that when her hair stylist of more than ten years experienced a miscarriage, she sobbed and prayed for a miracle and God heard their prayers and rewarded her with twins nine months later.

Olori Naomi said she supported her throughout the journey and carried the pregnancy with her.

When she gave birth to her twins, the Queen was by her side in the hospital.

“This is what I sound and look like when I am happy. Sister Debby has been my hairstylist for close to a decade her hands are blessed. She got married and in no time God blessed her womb but then she lost the baby, my heart sank we cried together and hoped for a blessing. Nine (9) months ago God answered and this time God answered and gave double for her trouble. We carried the pregnancy together a part of me was always praying and in other to avoid the first experience @wingsqueen2021 decided to lend support. Special thanks to @thomaswilsonikubese of Skyehospitals for always working in partnership with us. Today I experienced with so much joy as the twins came into the world. Thank you Mrs Wilson for your constant show of love”.
Fans praised her for her humanitarian act in the comment section.

Despite renunciation of her royal title, Queen Naomi Silekunola won over the hearts of Nigerians with her outstanding works. A post published by Queen Naomi on Instagram documented her visit to a hospital in Akure, Ondo state, to demonstrate care, love, and support to the less fortunate.

With the pledge to support them consistently through the platform of her Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) called Women In Need of Guidance and Support, Queen Naomi posted many images online while claiming that it was her first visit to the hospital (WINGS).

She wrote: 

Last weekend I visited Sckyé Hospital Ltd in Akure Ondo state. On this visit, I gave gift items to newly delivered mothers And equally gave my support to a woman who delivered a set of triplets.

The hospital provided complimentary caesarean delivery for the triplets a week ago.
I appreciate the hospital's management for providing free antenatal care to expectant mothers since 2004. These services include free blood and urine tests, drugs, ultrasounds, vaginal deliveries, and Caesarean sections for higher-order multiple gestations. They also include free services for baby incubation, free baby food, and free triplet colts. 

She Further Said;

On my first visit to the hospital, I made a promise to constantly support them on the platform of my NGO Women In Need of Guidance and Support (WINGS) It was in fulfilment of this promise that I visited again upon hearing the news of the birth of the OBODOZIE triplets.@wingsqueen2021 @thomaswilsonikubese”.

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