Olori Prophetess Naomi, Ooni of Ife’s estranged wife, has counseled women in violent relationships to leave.

In an Instagram post, Naomi argued that married women should quit seeking societal affirmation and avoid people who can’t reason with their problems.

She was reacting to the death of Osinachi Nwachukwu, a popular singer who died purportedly as a result of injuries incurred during domestic violence.

She went on to say that the late Osinachi’s songs had ministered to her on multiple occasions.

“Woman, you have been set free!” (Luke 13:12) If you’re looking for a unique way to express yourself, try You have the right to refuse. It is perfectly acceptable for you to be exhausted. You can raise your hands in the air, scream for rescue if necessary, and refuse even if the world cannot understand you.

“Because they won’t even be in the grave.” Don’t wait for death to arrive in order to throw a sad party. Death signifies the end of a person’s hope.

“Are you hoping he’ll learn to love and respect you and stop assaulting you mentally, emotionally, and physically?”

“When you die, hope dies with you.” No one is a saint, so ask for help. Every one of us is a work in progress. Are you a perfectionist who wants the world to see you at your best all of the time? Stop pretending to be God.

“Let God be God, let a man be man,” says the author. Accept that if it isn’t going to work, it isn’t going to work. When it can’t, we always know.

“Finally, stop looking for approval. May the departed’s soul rest in peace. Her song has ministered to me many times, and I still say Ekwueme!!!!!!!! “Relax, my lady!”