Domestic Violence: Cry For Help, Don’t Wait Until Death — Ooni’s estranged wife advises | Dailytrust

Domestic Violence: Cry For Help, Don’t Wait Until Death — Ooni’s estranged wife advises

The wife to the Ooni of Ife, Queen Naomi Silekunola Ogunwusi, has called on individuals experiencing domestic violence to cry for help and not wait for death to claim their lives. 

The queens’ reaction comes on the heels of the death of gospel singer, Osinachi Nwachukwu, who died over the weekend as a result of alleged domestic violence.

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Queen Naomi took to her official Instagram page on Monday to speak on the issues bordering on domestic violence. She advised people going through a similar situation to leave and not wait until death comes. She went further to pay a tribute to the late Osinachi.

Posting a picture of herself, the queen took to her comment section saying, “Woman, thou art loosed! (Luke 13:12). You have a right to say no. It is your right to be tired. You can put your hands in the air, Cry for help if you have to; Say no even if the world can’t reason with you because, in the grave, they still will not.

“Don’t wait until death comes, in anticipation for a pity party. Death is the end of hope. Are you hoping he would come to love you and respect you, stop mentally, emotionally and physically abusing you? If you die, that’s where hope ends. 

“Call for help, nobody is a saint We are all work in progress. Are you a perfectionist and you want the world to keep seeing the perfect side of you? Stop playing God. Let God be God and man be man. Accept that it can’t work, if it won’t work. We always know it when it can’t. Finally, quit seeking validation.

“May the soul of the departed rest in peace. Her song ministered to me alot of times and even now i say. Ekwueme!!!!!!! Rest, my lady rest!”(sic)

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