Kemi feels blessed and extremely lucky because her husband, Niyi, makes it too easy for her to be a public figure. While the finance minister goes about her work, her beloved husband chooses to play house husband, baby-sitting their three children who live in London. Niyi who used to be a banker, is the only one who ‘babysits’ their children in London because of his wife’s busy schedule.
However, if Niyi is not in London, he would be at the Ikoyi Club playing squash and generally having fun with people who want one favour or the other from his wife. Kemi is no doubt a lucky woman, unlike too many of her peers who dissipate much of their energy doing public work with no one to support them at the home front.