- On June 21, 2020, many people all over the world celebrated their dads seeing as it was Fathers’ Day
- Nollywood actor, Babatunde ‘Babatee’ Tayo, took to social media via his Instagram page to celebrate himself
- The Yoruba comic actor shared a photo of himself with his heavily pregnant wife as he cradled her tummy
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Parents are very important figures in the lives of their children. Many times, how a child turns out in the society depends on they were raised by their folks.
The world has been known to celebrate mothers especially their children. It is a known fact that there are several Mothers’ Day celebrations in the world but the same cannot be said for Fathers’ Day.
However, on June 21, 2020, many people all over the world gathered to appreciate their dads seeing as it was finally Fathers’ Day. Men also used the opportunity to celebrate their own fatherhood.
Nollywood actor, Babatunde ‘Babatee’ Tayo, took to social media via his Instagram page to celebrate himself on Fathers’ Day.
The Yoruba film star shared a photo of himself with his heavily pregnant wife as he cradled her tummy.
Babatee accompanied the photo with a caption where he thanked God for giving him a son and also his wife for giving him his first pride.
In his words: “Original kayeefi... Happy Fathers’ Day to me... Allah I thank you for giving me a Big Boy. Congratulations to you my beautiful wife for giving me my first pride... Ose Iyawo mi , Ife mi... I love you”.
See his post below:
Happy Fathers’ Day to all amazing dads.
In other news, Legit.ng reported Nigerian actress, Lilian Afegbai, took to social media to tell ladies not to keep waiting for men to do everything for them.
The film star said that ladies should build empires with their men because it is more respectful for them to do so. She also said that ladies should stop waiting on men to do everything for them and that they should ask their mothers if they are in doubt.
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