‘I Miss Kefee Everyday’ – Teddy Momoh Admits


Screen Shot 2014-12-14 at 6.30.58 PMSEVEN months after the demise of sensational gospel singer and Branama Queen, Kefee, her husband, Teddy Momoh, is yet to realize she is no more.

During a brief interview with ENCOMIUM Weekly on Thursday, November 27, 2014, the radio presenter opened up on how much he misses his late wife, plans to release her album and sundry issues…

How have you been sleeping and waking up without her beside you?

Like I said, it’s been by the grace of God because getting used to waking up in the morning and at night with someone beside you and all of a sudden, you get to wake up to see just books.  It is not easy but all I will say is, it is well.

What are some of the special things you miss about her?

I miss everything that she epitomized, her smiles, the way she lightened up the environment and everyone around her, her food and so many other things.  I have lost a lot of weight since she passed away because there is no one to cook or call to find out what I would like to eat. She went the extra mile of cooking breakfast, she packs what I would have for lunch in the office.  She would still give me a call to remind me that I have to eat lunch.  She turned me from ‘eating out’ to ‘eating at home’ and I find it difficult to eat out now.  I miss that love, the union and her brainstorming.  I just miss everything she stood for.

What fun memory of her do you still have with you?

We had a lot of fun memories together and I would not want to share them with the world.  It is very personal and I miss those memories.

How would you recount your last moments together?

That was when we shot her video, Dem go talk, after her graduation from film school in USA.  We were together exploring her new talent in directing and producing where she was the artiste being shot and at the same time the director.  It was a brand new experience for her and we had lots of fun.  We were already anticipating what people would say about the video and now it’s very sad that she is not here anymore.

She left a couple of business interests behind, Branama Kitchen and music.  What has been happening to Branama Kitchen?

Branama Kitchen is still going on just that it is now operating online.  The building itself has nobody but that does not mean it’s been closed.  We have our online clients, who still call us for delivery and catering services.  That is because I have not been on ground to fully monitor all these. I have been busy trying to get my feet back on the ground and I don’t really have people to run the place but Branama Kitchen would be relocating from Lagos to Delta State because I want her parents to share her dream.  Branama Kitchen Facebook page and phone numbers are still functioning and people have been placing their orders.

She was working on her album before she passed away, what are you doing about it?

The album entitled, Best of both worlds, DVD and VCD, would be out soon. The album is a combination of Beautiful album and Chorus Leader album.  The album Chorus Leader is out and we are working on the release of Beautiful and Best of both worlds which consist of her videos.

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