Oluwo Of Iwo And Olori Firdaus Celebrate The Arrival Of Their Firstborn

Oluwo Of Iwo And Olori Firdaus Celebrate The Arrival Of Their Firstborn

The birth of the Oluwo of Iwo's first child with his Kano wife, Olori Firdaus, has been met with excitement and congratulations from members of the community and beyond. The monarch expressed his joy at the birth of the child and the successful delivery by his wife, acknowledging the challenges of pregnancy and childbirth.

Oba Abdulrosheed Akanbi and Olori Firdaus tied the knot in a grand ceremony in Kano State on March 19, 2022, in what was described as a beautiful and culturally rich event. Their union has been well received by many, who have praised the couple for their love and commitment to one another.

The Oluwo's previous marriage to Chanel Chin, a Jamaican woman, produced a son, but the couple divorced in December 2019. The arrival of this new baby represents a fresh start for the monarch, who is known for his progressive and forward-thinking leadership style.

The baby's birth has also sparked speculation about his name and what the couple will choose to call him. Traditional naming ceremonies are an important part of Yoruba culture, and the Oluwo is expected to hold a grand event to celebrate the arrival of his new son.

As the news of the new prince's birth spreads, many are sending their well wishes to the royal family, and there is a palpable sense of excitement and anticipation in the air. The birth of a child is always a cause for celebration, and in this case, it represents a new chapter in the history of the Iwo Kingdom.

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