How was your growing up like?
My growing up was very funny and interesting. I grew up in a separate home. My dad and my mum were not really married they were just lovers. They played and gave birth to me so I grew up partly with my father and with my mother. Throughout my elementary education I was with my mum and partly with my dad but, by the time I got to the secondary school I was with my dad and only visited my mum for holidays and after a while I started living on my own but it was interesting. For someone that came from a broken home, I might not have ended up where I am today.
What where some of the effects on you being someone who came from a broken home?
I wasted a part of my life because I didn't understand I was in a wrong place and I didn't know it was wrong at that time but, when I grew up I got to a point that I said I wish I had grown up with both of them staying together. It was a negative effect but it reinforced me so, I decided that I would never raise a child out of wedlock and I made sure that I stayed glued with my wife so that my wife would not go through what I went through.
What was the most important decision you made in life?
The most important decision was to be a very responsible man, very original, that I won't follow the multiple to do evil at the time. I've to be me, that I won't do anything because everyone is doing it. I do what I can afford and that is why I said people should be calling me Mr finest, it's because I don't want people to be calling me Mr original.
What that thing that you are mostly proud of?
My family. My marriage. I'm very proud of it. I said to myself I don't want to be like my parents and I made it. I've known my wife for like 19 years now and we got married like 11 years ago and we have been living together since then