He said: “I underwent a brain surgery that almost claimed my life. God used the surgery to open my eyes to see a lot of things. There are those who did not undergo surgery, but they are no more today.”

“There are those shoot or act in films, shoot comedy skits, those who do a lot of things and they sleep but never wake up again. So, for me, I give all glory to God.”

“That’s to say that Satan works in mysterious ways, but God works in miraculous ways, and that’s God.”

“The true friends stay, but I thank God that I’m alive. God just gave me a second chance to see how things are.”

“I will come back fully. I’ve been relaxing. I’ve been waiting and watching things because I want to come back fully. I will come back fully in no time.”

“I started being funny as a child. In those days, I sold pap while in primary school and always went late to school. My teacher would always punish me for coming late to class.”

“He would ask me to kneel down while teaching the class. After a long time, he would call me out to dance as the class clapped for me. I danced like Ajasco and gradually I started being funny.”

“As a matter of fact, whenever I went to the farm with my mother, I would go to University of Port-Harcourt, UNIPORT, to watch the theatre students rehearsing. Then, I had been watching Bob-Manuel Udokwu and Mildred Iweka who studied Theatre Arts in UNIPORT.”

“While I was in class one, in secondary school, I joined Willyzic Traveling Theatre owned by ‘Willy Willy’, Innocent Onyema, I never told my parents about my love for comedy then.”

“We travelled to Warri, Delta State and other states to perform. I also had my theatre group while in secondary school and we were going to other schools to perform poetry and drama.”

“I knew from the beginning that comedy was my thing and as soon as I moved to Lagos, I started going for shows.”