Queen Badirat Ola, one of the estranged wives of the late Alaafin of Oyo, Oba Lamidi Adeyemi, has shown off her little husband.
The beautiful mother of three and one time favourite of the late king shared his photos on her Instagram page.
Queen Ola proudly shows off her nine-year-old son, Prince Adejuwon Adeyemi as her little husband.
In a lengthy post, the proud mother revealed how her son stood by her in happy and sad times, claiming he is her cheerleader.
Queen Ola also disclosed how he made parenting easier even when she was feeling low.
Queen Ola’s birthday message to her son
Happy 9th Birthday Omooba Adejuwon Adeyemi.
My lil husband, my perfect gentleman, my happiness, my manager, my best friend, my all-in-one. I’m so blessed to have you, Adeife.
Adejuwon knows when mummy is happy and when mummy is sad.
I’m so grateful for our growth Akano. I’m so happy we are still here after all we have been through okomi.
Thanks for always being my cheerleader. Anytime I’m down, and I wanna cry, thanks for always consoling me.
Thanks for making being both parents easy for me, Adejuwon. I’m so proud of you and your brothers. You guys are my source of strength.
I pray to Almighty Allah to continue to protect you for me, Adeife. I will not have any reason to cry over you.
Happy 9th Birthday, my BEST FRIEND.
Say a prayer for us…
Queen Ola breaks down after Alaafin’s death
Kemi Filani recalls that Queen Ola broke down when news of the Alaafin’s demise rocked the internet.
On her verified Instagram, the mother of three penned a lengthy emotional tribute to the late king, recalling how smooth and good their relationship was before everything flopped.
She wrote: Daddy… Word fail me, but اَللّٰهُ أَعْلَم (Allahu’ alam-God knows better”).
I was thinking it’s all lies and that you were coming back but I’m afraid I was wrong.
The father of my kids, that I met at an impressionable age, left when it was least expected.
Whenever I tell people that the bond we share can be likened to that of a “Siamese”, having been married to you at age 19, they are more that transfixed.