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Olori Wuraola chastised for betraying hospice’s trust

Olori Wuraola Zaynab Otiti Ogunwusi, the estranged wife of Ooni of Ife (Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi) has been chastised for betraying the trust of Hearts of Gold Hospice – and warned from claiming to have donated any money to it, reliably gathered.

The drama unfolded following the visit of Olori Wuraola to the hospice on Sunday, August 20, 2017. And pictures of her visit with some of the children generously splashed on social media thereafter.
Insiders revealed that the publication of the pictures breached the agreement with Hearts of Gold Hospice.
“Olori Wuraola arrived unannounced at Hearts of Gold Hospice in Masha, Surulere, that Sunday, August 20,” one of the insiders narrated. “And insisted that she wanted to see Mrs. Laja Adedoyin. She was told that Mrs. Adedoyin had been ill for about two weeks, and could not attend to her. But Olori Wuraola wanted Mrs. Adedoyin to personally attend to her.
“And the woman, who was still recovering, had to show up at the hospice. And she met the Olori in her jeep. Both now went around the hospice as Olori was introduced to the children.
“That Sunday, no cheque or money exchanged hands. Olori Wuraola only promised to send a cheque later in the week from the charity concert of February where about 20 homes were promised support by her foundation.
“When she was leaving, there was an agreement initiated by Olori Wuraola that the pictures of the visit should not be published.
“But the pictures found a way onto social media days later.” learnt that Mrs. Laja Adedoyin was upset and felt betrayed. She wrote to Olori Wuraola, and expressed her disappointment over the leaked pictures. But Olori Wuraola downplayed the breach, claiming that the pictures were posted on social media in good faith.
Olori Wuraola failed to address the earlier agreement that the pictures were private.
One of the sources of annoyance was the impression created that the donation promised Hearts of Gold Hospice at the charity concert was redeemed.
On February 24, 2017, a ‘Give back concert’ was staged at Eko Hotel (Lagos) with 20 homes slated to benefit from donations. The concert had Ooni of Ife, Emir of Kano, Senator Florence Ita Giwa, Chief Nike Oshinowo, and a host of glitterati. Performers included, Darey Art Alade, Tuface, Waje and more…



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