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REVEALED! Meet the seven tribes of 2baba Idibia

Written By Idoma Television on Sunday, September 18, 2016 | 3:10:00 AM


By AMEH GODWIN

It’s true that, 2face and sometimes being referred to as 2baba has erred in some quarters. Many have chastised the African most popular RnB sensation and are even ready to descend on him with whatever object within their reach. Even as one understands with their criticism as they continue to throw missiles at him, we’ll agree with an Idoma adage that says: “You don’t kill a sheep because it has got a long neck”.

It is true that 2face has HAD one, two and three concubines with children from each of them before he eventually settled down with his long-time girlfriend, Annie Macaulay. Not minding all other secret relationships that have been swept under the “camera”.
It is also true that his seventh child recently made a triumphant entry into the world with a beaming smile; yes, beaming smile- because not many of us were as lucky as the little child and the seventh others who have fallen into the hands of gold and diamond. Why will such a child cry on arrival?

We celebrate with the children, and I can’t hold back our congratulatory message, which I’ll put across to the Idibias immediately after this piece.

As the icon clocks forty one, IDOMA VOICE takes a quick look at his children and their mothers.


Isabel is Annie's first daughter for 2baba. Isabel came before they both said 'I DO.'




Nino and Zion are children of Sumbo Ajaba. 9-year-old Nino is the oldest of Tuface’s seven children.

Justin Agaba Idibia is Tuface second son from Pero Adeniyi.

Innocent Ejeh Oluwakitan Idibia is Tuface's last son. Rose is also Tuface daughter from Pero.

 With his wife Annie he has two daughters  Isabella (2008) and Olivia (2014)

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