Nigerian singer and guitarist, Bez Idakula, has taken to his Twitter handle to tackle Nigerian architects, construction engineers, and developers over the standard of boys quarters they build.
In his tweet, Bez wondered why the boys quarters built-in some houses look like they are created for people whose lives are not regarded.
His tweet reads;
”I have a question for architects, construction engineers/developers, etc in Nigeria. Does it take that much to make a BQ functional, live able and decent? Why does it always have to look like it’s created for someone whose life is not regarded?
Equally important, the Nigerian singer Bez and his wife, Bolatito got married on January 4, 2014. They have two sons, one named Joshua while the second named Immanuel.
Tito opened up in 2016 after she welcomed her first son that she was pregnant with a daughter first however had a miscarriage.
She said at the time:
“On Sept 7th 2015, I had a miscarriage.
I was 10 weeks pregnant. Ironically, this happened on the day I got baptised.
It was during church service and I spent a significant amount of the service in the bathroom; Bleeding.
I still went ahead with my baptism because it became so clear to me that I needed that baptism.
I needed the cleansing.”