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Ooni’s Wife, Olori Naomi Cautions Young Girls against Romantic Relationship, Tasks Them To Wait For Right Time.

Wife of the Ooni of Ife, Olori Silekunola Naomi-Ogunwusi has expressed commitment to devote herself for task of bringing back the old culture of modesty in young girls.

Against this backdrop, she cautioned young girls against getting themselves involved in premature romantic relationship.

Olori Silekunola-Ogunwusi was mentoring young girls during her visit to some Secondary Schools in Ile-ife, Osun State where they were presented with gifts as a show of love from the Queen.

“It is season of love I just have to celebrate modest and brilliant girls. I want to encourage you. My desire is to see that our girls bring back the old culture of modesty. We can still be modest, beautiful and brilliant in fact, beauty is modesty. Modesty is your beauty and you will go far if you are modest” she said.

Olori Ogunwusi said the visit was to let young girls know that Valentine was about sharing gifts with loved once and not getting involved in romantic relationship at this stage of their lives.

She encouraged the girl students to wait for the right time when the beauty and modesty in them would have opened many doors to greatness and help them fulfil their destiny.

She noted that education, good character and value should be their focus not destructive engagement that leads to unwanted pregnancy.

“You are all teenagers. It is at this time that boys from the street will you look for you. I have decided that I will be encouraging young girls to keep what they have. No brother, uncle or anyone that will offer you what you need.. You don’t need to be in a hurry to become and adult because when you get to that stage you will miss the stage you are now.

“The kind of love that you need is not what that person will offer you. All hes is going to offer is to cut short your dreams and destroy future. You are too yong to read romantic books. Your Mathematics, English, economics books should be what you should read”, Olori Ofunwusi advised.

She equally pleaded to the society to show love to young girls, instill morals in them and explain what it means for them to jealously guide their future.

Also speaking, a campaigner against gender based violence, Mrs. Ayo Bello-Awodoyin said, the gesture was to encourage and educate young girls on how to be useful to themselves and the society at large.

She said it was not enough to fight gender based, and domestic violence without instilling moral values in the young girls, saying this would go along way in shaping their lives.

The students praised Olori Silekunola Ogunwusi for extending hands of fellowship to them despite her tight schedule, adding that her words of encouragement and caution would go a long way in shaping their future.

Other schools visited were, Ooni Girls High School, Oluorogbo High School and Iseoluwa School, Ile-Ife.

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