- BBNaija season 4 star, Omashola Oburoh, sparked hilarious reactions when he shared a video of a fun moment with his young son, Eyitemi Daniel
- Omashola took Eyitemi to commence his swimming training at such a tender age and also got a massage and spa
- The reality star suggested that he is getting Eyitemi ready to bring the World Cup home, and Nigerians are hailing him
Big Brother Naija (BBNaija) star, Omashola Oburoh, took his love for his 5-month-old son, Eyetemi Daniel to another level and Nigerians can't stop talking about it.
The reality star shared a video of himself giving the young Eyitemi big treats as he enrolled him in a swimming class.
Eyitemi also got his body massaged and did a spa with his dad who stressed that he is preparing him for the big future ambition ahead.
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According to Omashola:
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"My dad took me on a spa date and I learnt how to swim for the first time after that I got a nice massage, I can’t be planning on bringing the World Cup home if the legs are not on point."
Check out Omashola's post giving his son big threats below:
Nigerians react to Omashola's post
A number of Omashola's followers have reacted differently to the video of his son, Eyitemi learning how to swim and having a massage.
Legit.ng picked some of the comments, read below:
"Aww his cute little feets."
"Person piking see as e Fine!!! Sholzy! This boy too cute!"
"Sincerely you are a great Dad."
"After that swimming exercise the food is needed."
"Choi are there still dads like these? The bond will get stronger as he grows!"
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Omashola's mom bathes newborn son the African way
Legit.ng previously reported that Omashola shared how his mother travelled to South Africa to take care of his newborn son.
The reality star posted a video of his mother bathing his baby boy the African way as she used palm oil and bitter leaf.
Omashola's mum also massaged the newborn and the baby's oyinbo mother was seen getting emotional as her child cried during the exercise.