According to Kamaru, his family had nothing while in Nigeria before moving on to greener pastures and finding succor in his beloved sport.
Kamaru disclosed this and many more in a wide-ranging interview on a Channels TV program, Gist Nigeria
In his words ;
“We grew up in the village. We farmed. As a small farm boy, I used to hawk Akpu and put hot Akpu on my head. I came from nothing,”
“There is a struggle every day; the struggle to, how are we going to eat next week, next month. What are we going to do?
“We owned a small store where we sold clothes, shoes, my mum sold bags, anything that we could sell, my mum was able to get and try to sell. My mum was a hustler and that is one of the things I respect so much about her as a woman with three rowdy Naija boys.”