“We didn’t do anything this year for his remembrance but we did last year. I sold my car last year to give him a befitting one-year anniversary. I did that to keep his legacy and it is not supposed to be a monetary event. But I cannot do everything by myself and all his royalties have not been paid as most of those who are meant to pay his royalties have refused to pay. We are just managing and you cannot expect me to use the money to feed my children to hold an event.
Apart from Mr. Dele Momodu and DJ Stramborella, none of OJB’s friends in the industry checks on us anymore. The industry needs to show some support. Jigga is not just our husband; he was everybody’s friend before his illness and death. If the industry could come up with a plan to celebrate him yearly, the family will key into it. The truth is I cannot do everything by myself.”
She, however, said despite her young age, she had no plans to remarry anytime soon.
“Right now, I am focusing on my kids. They are still young. My first child, a boy, is 10 years old while my daughter is five, ” she said.