Innocent Ujah Idibia popularly known as 2baba is a singer, songwriter, record producer, entrepreneur and activist.
He's one of the most decorated Afro-pop artist in Africa.
He's proudly the father of 7 children from different women but living under one roof.
2baba and Annie has been together for years now but was officially married in 2012 and they blessed with two beautiful daughters Isabella and Olivia.
Recently Annie Idibia the mother of two and the amiable wife of 2baba posted an update unveiling the agribusiness project INNOBIA which will be working in partnership with seasonal local and international agribusiness experts.
2baba commenced the project last month and over 1,000 or more women and youths from each state will benefit from this project and will also be empowered.
"May the universe continue to favour you and your dreams...so blessed to be part of this" she said.
With the recent state of the country's economy and its effort to secure a food security.
Nigerians will be glad seeing their beloved celebrities venturing into farming which a major factor to boost our economy and cut short our dependence on foreign imports.
We urge more Nigerians to follow the steps of 2baba and we hope the federal government gives them all necessary support and encouragement.
Agriculture is the new oil well.
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