Ooni of Ife’s Queen Naomi Oluwaseyi Did Not Step on Blood
After all there is nowhere in Yoruba tradition where the bride is required to step on blood as part of a wedding rite. Therefore viral reports that you read portraying the “Oosun” Naomi stepped on as blood have appeared to be erroneous.
The new Olori wasn’t stepping on blood but did stepped on Oosun. (Iyawo elese oosun). Ask from those who are knowledgeable if you’re ignorant of the Yoruba customs and tradition.
“There is nowhere in the Yoruba tradition where the bride is required to step over blood as part of a wedding or marriage rite.”
See the photos that explained the mystery below;
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