- Actor Bryan Okwara joined several dads across the world who celebrated 2020 Father’s Day
- The movie star penned a lengthy and emotional note which was dedicated to his son
- According to Bryan, his son’s mother should be more celebrated on the special day
Nollywood actor Bryan Okwara recently joined thousands of parents who celebrated 2020 Father’s Day on social media.
The doting father penned a lengthy and emotional letter to his adorable son which was shared on his verified Instagram page.
Okwara in his post noted that his little son brings him so much joy. According to him, the essence of his life is completed by being called a father to the adorable little one.
"If only you knew how much joy you bring to me... and the happiness that comes as being called your father is the very essence of what makes my life complete," the actor wrote.
In a different portion of his letter of love, the movie star heartily prayed for his son and wished him all the very best in life.
He said: "May God bless you immensely and above all your expectations. May God grant you wisdom and understanding as you grow in His Grace. May God fill your heart with peace and unconditional love."
Expressing his feelings further, Okwara noted that the mother of his child should be more celebrated on the special day because of the troubles she undertakes in raising him.
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"And to your absolutely gorgeous loving and kind mother, @marieclairemiller who should be more celebrated as a "father" because from the day you where born you refused to sleep in the beautiful court created for you. You would cry all night until she placed you in her arms and that is where you have slept to date," the actor wrote.
Okwara thanked the almighty for granting the mother of his son the patience needed to raise him.
Read his full post below:
Still in a related Father’s Day story¸ Legit.ng compiled a report showing how some famous Nollywood dads were celebrated by their children. The list featured veteran actors Antar Laniyan, Victor Osuagwu and Alex Usifo.
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