“I am back now to take my music to the next level. I am not doing music to be a superstar but to make a difference. The talent has been given to me by God, and it is in that direction I am doing what I am doing.”
Also, the singer, whose marriage to actor, Prince Eke, has fallen apart, gave reasons she went into politics, contesting the Federal House of Representative seat in Abua/Odua and Ahoada East LGA of Rivers State.
“I am now a Law student at the University of Lagos, and that is because I went into politics. I felt that I should be an authority in politics by getting a law degree. I joined politics because I don’t belong to the people who complain at the background of bad leadership. I think we should take the lead now and set the space for what leadership should be.
“Youths should be given a chance to get into politics because they are more proactive and they know their onions. I don’t think I should be sitting down and complaining about bad leadership when I can make a difference. We need new faces in the Nigerian politics,” Muma Gee stated.