“Adam And Eve Were Black And Created In Garden Of Edena In Ile-Ife” – Ooni Of Ife Reveals (Video)

In an exclusive and explosive interview with GoldMyneTV, His Imperial Majesty, Oba Ogunwusi Enitan Adeyeye, Ojaja II, the Ooni of Ife has revealed some shocking truths about Christianity and it’s origin.

According to the great Monarch, Churches were not formed by foreigners but by the black man himself, however, the foreigners tried to steal the legacies of the black man by making him believe everything came from them.

The Monarch revealed that the Yorubas were the first descendants of ‘Olodumare’.(God) who created man in his image.

He further revealed that the first set of humans, Adam and Eve were black and created in the garden of ‘Edena’ known as the garden of Eden. “Edena is right here in Ile Ife and I will reveal everything to you when the time comes” Ooni said.

Going further, the 43 year old powerful king stated categorically to GoldMyneTV that even Noah’s ark is sitting peacefully in Ile Ife where it was built thousands of years ago.
“We have allowed the white man steal our legacy. There is power in our land because we were created first by Olodumare!” He exploded.

“The Church started here and not from the whites” Ooni added, revealing more secrets about the origin of the church!

Watch interview in the videos below!

https://www.instagram.com/p/BeSJLCqFvu7/?utm_source=ig_embed&utm_campaign=embed_ufi

https://www.instagram.com/p/BeSJcVYFBic/?utm_source=ig_embed&utm_campaign=embed_ufi

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