In a recent Interview, Nigerian legendary singer, Tuface Idibia says there is no shame in entering ‘Molue’ while talking about his rise to the top. According to the singer and father of seven, he says as long as you get to your destination, entering a commercial bus does not hurt.
Tuface was in a chat with Tosin Odunfa of EbonyLife TV, where he revealed his experience growing up in Makurdi, his life marriage with Annie Idibia, his latest coronation as the ‘Tafidan Kudendan’ of Kaduna State and more. According to the Benue indegene, his best memory as a child that he won’t forget in a hurry is going to the zoo.
“There’s no shame in entering Molue as long as you reach were you dey go. Because one thing about life is when you are down and you are ashamed of yourself that is the biggest set up you are setting yourself up. Because that means you will not move.”
“They were impressed by my Vote Not Fight campaign during the elections,” he said about his coronation. “After that he was like he’s going to honour this dude with a title. I thought it was a joke at first until letter came in, official invitation came in. Even when I went for the coronation, I thought it was going to be a recognition but lo and behold, it was actually a title.”
Aside this recent coronation, Tuface was honoured a few months ago by a real estate company who named a street in one of their properties after the singer. Last month, he recently, celebrated his daughter’s 10th-year daughter, Ehi in the United States whom he had with his first baby mama, Pero.