Ooni’s former Queen, Prophetess Naomi to host a Night of Gratitude, days after returning to church
Days after she returned to church for the first time since her divorce from the Ooni, Prophetess Naomi is set to host a Night of Gratitude.
As many count down to the new year, the Prophetess is holding an online worship gathering where people can appreciate God for seeing them through this year.
Expressing excitement at the event, which would be holding today, Wednesday at 10pm on her social media pages, she urged her fans to invite their loved ones.
“Happening today @10pm.
Are you as excited as I am? Then join me tonight as we have a mind blowing session together. Tell somebody to tell somebody, it is nothing like you have ever experienced”
Prophetess Naomi returns to church
Just days back, KFN reported that Queen Naomi had returned to her first calling as a Prophetess months after her crashed marriage with the Ooni of Ife, Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi.
Sharing a clip of herself ministering in church on Sunday, December 4, 2022, many of her followers jubilated and cheered her.
“Psalm 122. I was glad when they said unto me, “Let us go into the house of the Lord.
When the beautiful family of the christ chapel International churches came calling again, I answered and we had a swell time in God’s presence.” Seyi Naomi announced in the Instagram post.
Many of her followers showered encomiums on her for embracing her calling again.
Kemi Filani recalls that prior to her marriage to the Ooni of Ife, prophetess Seyi Naomi Silekunola ran an interdenominational ministry based in Akure, Ondo state, Nigeria. She “is the Founder/President of EN-HERALDS, a prophetic mandate.
Prophetess Seyi Naomi speaks about her faith
Some time ago, Seyi Naomi spoke about the spiritual warfare she partook in order to preserve her faith.
The prophetess disclosed that she was born and raised up in a Bible-believing church but whenever she preached as a young girl, they said she sounded like a member of C&S.
She said, “When I began preaching at a tender age, it was strange to the church I worshipped. They said I preached like the people from C&S. I thank you for bringing me here today because I have always wanted to be identified with the people they say I preach like. I love the church so much and I will always speak for you anywhere.”
She advised members to shun negative criticisms, saying that it was a deliberate act by certain people to ridicule what the church stood for. Read more here.