poeple that are familiar with the late civil war veteran describe him as a courageous man whose death left a huge vacuum in his immediate environment of Isolo, Lagos.
Speaking on the dealing with the loss of her late dad, the ‘Uyomeyo’ crooner in a chat with Chude, a media personality said: “Dealing with loss is crazy, people will tell you, you will get over it.You will never get over it.There are some days you feel down, you don’t know why. My dad just a genius, he was a man that can foresee and plan for his generations to come.
He deserves to be idolized. For that reason, I am always grateful to him because, even after his death, I was still able to go to school in America, I was still able to live a decent life”.
On what makes her amiable and authentic, Teni stated: “Most times people can tell who is genuine.I feel like, I have never been who I am not.That’s the only way I knew, I have never known how to be something else.I will be unhappy if I am not.My confidence comes from my mother and it also comes from knowing who my father was”.