Celebrating the lives of those of have impacted the Cultural art scene in Nigeria. Today’s Picture we have Prof Wole Soyinka, Susanne Wenger-Adunni Olorisha and Ulli Beier in Krems Austria, 1995. The Couple (Susanne Wenger and Ulli Beier) got married in 1949,same year Ulli was offered a job position at the University of Ibadan as a phoneticis,the couple got married in London and move down to Nigeria.
Susanne later divorced Ulli in 1959 and she got married again to a local drummer (Ayansola Oniru). She later founded the archaic-modern art school “New Sacred Art” and became the guardian of the Oshun-Oshogbo Groove.
Susanne Wenger-Adunni Olorisha died in Oshogbo in 2009 at the age of 94. She was buried at secret location inside the groove.
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