Ifa priestess alludes cause of death of Davido, Chioma’s son, Ifeanyi
Ifeanyi, the son of Nigerian artist David Adeleke aka Davido, died for a number of reasons, according to Ifafunke Oketoyinbo Iyaosun, an Ifa priestess and Olokun goddess.
According to the Ifa priestess, the deceased may have been a spiritual kid who objected to a boisterous celebration.
She claimed in a viral internet video that Davido and Chioma ought to have done spiritual research before celebrating Ifeanyi’s third birthday. She added that Ifeanyi’s death might have been caused by some reckless remarks made by Chioma after she and Davido split up.
The Ifa priestess also suggested that Ifeanyi might be related to Davido’s prominence.
According to the Ifa priestess: “My condolence goes to Davido and Chioma; what happened isn’t what any parent would ever pray for. When this happened, I decided to find out what could be responsible. First, Ifeanyi just celebrated his third birthday, and this is where we come to play. This is why people should embark on terrestrial inquiry before celebrating children; embark on spiritual findings before celebrating a child; you don’t know if the child is from the mermaid world and doesn’t want a loud celebration. This is because this child had picked his day, which is after his third birthday. You can see that he died through water a few days after his third birthday.”
Continuing, she said: “Secondly, women should be careful of what they say; it could be that Chioma vowed that she would not reap from Ifeanyi if she returned to Davido when they separated. And when they reunited, this problem came. Thirdly, Davido is about to clock 30, and we don’t know what spiritual vow he made to attain fame. He may have vowed to renew his life with his first son because he is a glorious child and may also be a mermaid child.”
The passing away of Ifeanyi is under investigation by the Lagos State Police command. Recall that enomaomoruyi news reported earlier that the Lagos Police has taken all of Davido’s domestic staff into custody for questioning.
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