D’banj reveals why he misses Bachelorhood

  • D’banj explains why he misses being a Bachelor.

  • The Kokomaster shares that he got married so as to attain stability in his career.

  • D’banj revealed that he became a Judge so as to fulfil his quota in the Industry.

D'banj reveals why he misses Bachelorhood
D’banj reveals why he misses Bachelorhood

D’banj the Kokomaster has admitted that, although being happily married, he misses his bachelorhood from time to time.

In an interview following his announcement as one of the judges for the music TV show Nigerian Idol, the “Oliver Twist” singer revealed that he had reached a point in his career when he needed to expand and that in order to do so, he needed to attain stability by marrying.

“It is very important for me when I say that I am so happy I got married for the right reason,” he said.

“There are reasons people do certain things and one does it for the wrong reason, it would affect one.

“I got to a stage in my when I needed to grow an and in order for one to do that, one has to be stable and have a best friend as a partner. One also has to be true to oneself.

“I pray to God a lot and the Bible says, ‘He finds a wife, finds a good thing’.

“I got married to my best friend, knows and understands everything about me. Because of that, we could grow together.

“Yes, once in a while, one misses those days (of being a bachelor). But, I am happy because that is the difference between Dapo Oyebanjo and Dbanj, the Koko Master. Whenever I get on stage anywhere, I become the Koko Master.



Bangalee also said ladies still flock around him, noting marriage has not inhibited that in any way.”

Explaining further, D’banj said he is a first-timer as a music show judge and he accepted the offer in order to contribute his quota to the growth of the industry.

He added: “It (marriage) has not reduced the amount of kokolets (ladies) that flock around me and rush to the stage. However, one has to be committed to one person and that is what is.

“This is the first time I would be a judge (on a music show). I have done several things through the years but this is the first time I would be doing something like this.

“I accepted the offer because first, I am a Nigerian. Secondly, I think there is better time than now because of the growth of the industry.

“The growth of the industry is such that it is important for us to embrace what God has given us. This is a journey we have been on for over a decade and we have been accepted globally. That is why it is important to ‘grow’ what is on the ground.”

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