Some of the Queens of the late Alaafin of Oyo, Oba Lamidi Adeyemi, have taken to social media to show off the new house gifts they just received from the late ruler as part of their inheritance, following his demise in April 2022.
One of Oloris, Queen Moji while showing off her own house gift wrote: “I want to use this medium to thank my husband, my king, and my father for this wonderful house gift.
“It was sudden to us but God knows best we miss you, we love you, but God loves you more.
“May your good legacy continue to live on my king.
“May your soul rest in perfect peace”, she added.
Also sharing photos of her new house on her Instagram page, Queen Abbey expressed appreciation to her late husband for gifting her a befitting house.
She also prayed that her late husband would continue to find peace.
“Every day, I wake up to the immense thought of my husband and his impactful life on me before his demise, I give gratitude to Allah.
“This is one of the numerous gifts His Imperial Majesty Iku Baba Yeye gifted me. A gift of a befitting house was least expected, but my late husband made it happen.
“Once again, my appreciation knows no limit. Even in eternity, my love for you is limitless. May you find peace wherever your soul is, my dear husband”, she wrote.
Also on her Instagram page, Queen Opeyemi Omobola said it’s difficult to describe how much the late monarch’s support means to her and her children.
She also expressed appreciation to her late husband for everything he had done for her and for gifting her the new house.
She wrote: “It is difficult to describe just how much your gesture of support in our time of need means to us. To have a reminder from the people that care for us that we are not alone in our grief is immeasurable.
“This has reminded me a day I breezed into your kingdom as a nobody not knowing a lot of good things is attainable when a woman finally found her missing ribs. You’ve made me a noble person when you were alive and you even planned a notable gift that every living and meaningful soul always prays to own, which is a house, and this is not just a house but a mini Paris located in Africa Continent.
“This is my heartfelt appreciation for everything you have done for me. Continue to Rest on ATANDA!!! The house you gave to me is the happiness but as you’re no more alive to keep on rest on your shoulders it a tragic to me”, she added.
Recall the late Monarch, Oba Lamidi Adéyemí lll aged 83, joined his ancestors on 22nd April, 2022 and was given a befitting final burial by the Oyo State government earlier this month.
He was survived by over eleven wives and many children.