Kefee's Husband Teddy talks about her death& legacy in interview
byNaija Blog Queen Olofofo-
Teddy Don Momoh with his late wife Kefee.
Kefee the Nigerian gospel star who died 3 months ago at the age of 34 is still fresh in our memories.Her husband Teddy Don-Momoh,had been upset with the media the way they
covered Kefee's death and burial,as he believed they reported untrue events without checking or confirming their stories.
Teddy,has finally broken his silence and spoke about his wife Kefee's death in an interview with Encomium Magazine.Here are excerpts of the interview:
On what you will miss so much about Kefee: “I can’t say all I’m going to miss about her because there are uncountable things to miss. She was complete, Godly, highly intelligent and strong woman. All these I will miss, and also not having her by my side forever. She was a woman that knew what to say to me to keep me fired up.”
On the last memories they shared together: “The last memories we had together were shared between Nigeria and America. We shot our first video together here in Nigeria as certified video producers and directors. It was fun to see her contribute highly and creatively in the camera positioning, and I told her, ‘You are what the industry has been waiting for’. This happened just a day before she travelled back to America.”
On Kefee’s unfulfilled dreams and how he intends to carry them on: “Before her untimely death, she was working on her beautiful album from the best of both world compilation double CD and I would be putting finishing touches to the album. She had two projects for her foundation that she was working on before she travelled. But by God’s grace, the team would bring it to realization. Also, watch out for her video compilation that our team would be dropping soon. She left her legacy and I’m asking her fans to support her even now as we drop songs on iTunes and CD for public consumption.”
On heading back to work despite still mourning: “As much as I miss and adore her, ‘Life cannot be the same without her’ and the same applies to work. But as a professional, in my career with over 17 years of broadcasting experience, I will keep pushing and giving my best.”