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“I wake up and find books lying in her place. It is so sad” – Kefee’s widower Teddy Don-Momoh



Teddy Don MomohLife as a young widower is tough as Teddy Don-Momoh, husband of the late music star Kefee is sharing insight into his life.
The radio personality was interviewed by Punch Newspaper‘s Spice Entertainment section, here is what he had to say. You can read the full interview on the Punch website.

On how much he misses his Wife
I miss her so much. Waking up in the morning and knowing she was still there were some of the memories I cherished. Today, I wake up and find books lying in her place. It is so sad.

On how he has been coping
Life has got to move on. I am still trying to get a grip of myself. She was the best thing that actually happened to me but she just disappeared in a flash. I am happy that she is resting in God’s bosom. Although she is not here with me today, we both planned to be together forever. But, I cannot question God.

On their plans for the future
We had so many personal plans, but she is no longer there. It is more like when you are driving a car and you miss your way, you have to reroute. I am currently rerouting my life’s journey.

I am rebooting all over again. I am a Christian and I do not believe anything is difficult. As a child of God, I believe that whatever happens to you is the will of God for you. I tell myself that I live according to God’s will and I thank Him, knowing that everything is working together for my good to fulfill my destiny. I know my stand with Him.

On if he intends to get married again
I am walking in God’s purpose. Whatever happens right now is in his hands. If he says I will marry again, I will know. It actually took me a long time before I married the first time, because I had not heard from God and had not met the right person. Now, I am in a hush moment.

On how he manages admirers
I do not know if I am being harassed. I have an aura that scares people a bit away from me. I also do not smile too much at people. Sometimes, when I go out, I only smile and exchange pleasantries with people who approach me and then, I switch to my usual self.

On if the tragedy caused his faith in God to waiver
No, it has not. The Bible has said that they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength. I am listening to God and trying to focus. I have not questioned God. Whatever happens is part of his divine plan for me. I am spiritual and I always think of what Jesus will do at every passing moment.


  1. hmmmm

    November 8, 2015 at 8:00 pm

    Rest in Peace my Branama Star.. Your Song Lives..
    Insta @jennyakuns

  2. Chi-e-z

    November 8, 2015 at 9:09 pm

    It’s always weird for me to think people like kefee, Zara,or Bernie mac are not alive in flesh anymore because they had so much energy alive. Menh I want to live so filled with life that when I’m gone I’m really not like they did spirit filled of love and energy.

    • jasmine

      November 8, 2015 at 9:17 pm

      Bernie Mac is dead? Just knowing that o. Kai!!!

  3. jane

    November 8, 2015 at 9:36 pm

    Still can’t belive she is gone. RIP kefee. Branama would always be remembered. You brought urhobo gospel forward. RIP goldie. This just reminds me of women who died in their prime. May we all fulfill our destiny before going to meet our creator.


    November 8, 2015 at 11:36 pm

    This is just so sad, I cannot even imagine

  5. Noms

    November 9, 2015 at 8:27 am

    Kefee will never be forgotten by the urhobo gospel community.
    Rest on ,Oniovo

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