Sunday, July 13, 2014

Teddy Don-Momoh Shares Touching Tribute For Kefee + Their Love Story and Wedding Pictures

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Teddy and Kefee were married for just over two years but had known each other for nearly ten years, first as work colleagues, then as friends and finally lovers and a married couple.

The widowed husband who was inconsolable at Kefee's burial last Friday - see pics - read out this short but poignant tribute to his wife who is definitely gone too soon. He wrote;
"You were a woman of principle, straightforward, strong willed and determined. You were the symbol of hope. When I look through your eyes little did I know that the end has come. Death is inevitable but no man desires death at the time it comes. I am consoled by the fact that you are now translated from this sinful environment to a better place where the lord has made for the righteous men of your kind. Farewell my desire. Rest in the bosom of the lord till we meet on the lord's appointed time."

Their Story

Pop Gospel singer Kefee Obareki had always been friends with popular radio host and show producer Teddy Esosa Don-Momoh popularly known as Da Fresh Prince, and they worked together even when Kefee was still married to ex-husband Alec Godwin between 2005 - 2008.

Kefee and Teddy were dating for a while before their marriage but have kept their relationship out of the spotlight. Their first media photographed outing was at the launch of Kefee’s restaurant in February 2012, a month before their wedding. Soon after that, they released pre-wedding photos to the press.

They tied the knot  in a traditional ceremony on Saturday, March 3, 2012 in Sapele, Delta State, and the couple had their court marriage soon after.

The wedding ceremony and news about their marriage was kept on a low, and it was not till April 2014 that their wedding photos were released to the media as the couple tried to push off their careers in music video production after getting certificates to that affect at a US professional school.

Last Picture Together in the US

Tribute via KemiFilani

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