Is it time to pronounce Oyenike an òrìṣà, at the level of Yemọja, Ọ̀ṣun and Mọ́remí, at the level of Ogun Sango and Obatala?
Nowadays, when we mention the word òrìṣà, people immediately think of it only in terms of spirituality or religion, simply in sacred terms. The term òrìṣà, however, is far more than this. It is a way, of pronouncing an individual in superlative ways, a way of describing an individual as having extraordinary powers, a way of saying that an individual has risen above the level of the genius, and now lives forever.
This is why with Níkẹ̌ism, Nike Davies Okundaye now lives in the clouds, forever, with the likes of Yemọja.