Famous and sultry songstress Tiwa Savage who bagged the “Hero of the Month” award by South African media house Reel Africa is being lavishly celebrated by her fans in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).
Udo Nene has this to say about the mother of one: “Tiwa Savage is a strong woman and one that continues to set great examples for us all.
“I am really happy that she was awarded as the hero of the month and that she has been recognised at such an international level.
“I just pray that she continues to grow and not derail from her inspirational path.”
Another fan Simi Ogundipe, an aspiring television personality told NAN that “it’s like the breakup of her marriage brought her various blessings’’.
“I was delighted to see her Instagram post of the award and was happy that she was being rewarded and recognised for giving back to the needy.
“Just a few months ago, she got that record deal with Jay-Z, the owner of Roc Nation label. “She later got the E! Channel Special, where they showcased her life and career, not to mention her success with the brands she represents.
“All these blessings came after she broke up with her husband and if you ask me, I think the ex-husband was kind of a hindrance to her success,” she bluntly said.
Chibuzor Mbanefo, an entrepreneur, expressed happiness that such a strong Nigerian personality like Savage was being recognised internationally for her charity efforts.
“I think most men find Tiwa Savage attractive, not just because of her striking beauty, but for her confidence and attitude to work. She is definitely a spectacular role model and I encourage women to look up to her in terms of how she handles her business and also her marriage.
“She was in a terrible marriage and nobody actually knew. Unlike all these celebrities we read about in tabloids, she tried to contain the situation and manage her marriage. “I am truly happy for her. She is an example of a leading woman,’’ Mbanefo said.
Femi George, an upcoming fashion designer, congratulated the star on her award, wishing her continuous success.
“I really pray that this woman continues to be blessed for being the kind and wonderful lady she is.
“Even as she doesn’t have as much money as we thought she did, she still found it necessary to help out these kids in South Africa and she kept it under wraps.
“It’s nice to see someone, who went through a difficult marriage and had to painfully speak about it continue to succeed in her endeavours,’’ George said.
Big congrats to the Mavin first lady!