- Victor Makhafola shared a heartwarming post to the #ImStaying group dedicated to his loving father
- Victor thanked his father for being loving and supportive and for showing him how to be a good dad
- The sweet post received tons of reactions from Stayers who appreciated Victor's love for his "papa"
Victor Makhafola took time out of his day to share a post in honour of his father. Victor thanked his dad for both loving and supporting him. He went on to say that his "papa" taught him how to be a man.
Victor also credited his father for showing him how to be a good dad to his own kids. He said that it is an honour to have a father like his. Victor shared a selfie of himself with his dad to the #ImStaying group on Facebook.
His heartwarming post gained traction as Stayers appreciated the love Victor has for his father.
Victor's full post read:
"The man who give me love and support, the man who taught me how to be a man. A man who gave me everything a child can get, a man who showed me how to be the greatest father to my kids. It is an honour to have a father like you, I'm a man today because of you. I love you, papa. #ImStaying because of him."
YEN.com.gh took to the comments section to see what Stayers had to say about the sweet post. Take a look at the responses below:
Heinli Schnetler Phayre said:
"The photo says it all. How privileged you are to have each other!"
Wendy Purdon wrote:
"Congratulations papa for being a great man and raising a great man."
Jennifer Ann Hamilton commented:
"You're blessed to have a great Dad who taught you well... God bless you both."
Dot Johnston added:
"Blessings to you for acknowledging your father and bless him for being a good father. So special to see this love."
In other news about dads and their kids, YEN.com.gh recently reported on a little girl who braved harsh weather conditions to help her father fix his car on the N2. Taking to popular social media app, Twitter, @Mbonjeni1 shared how his car had gotten a flat tyre on the N2.
Naturally, he jumped out to fix it, and this is when his 6-year-old, who had been with her two other siblings in the car, decided to jump out with her dad so she could hold an umbrella up for him while he fixed the punctured tyre.
"I had a puncture on the N2 today was with 3 kids. My 6-year-old girl insisted on carrying an umbrella for me, we both soaked coz 'twas windy too. After we were done, in the car, she asks "Ngikusizile angithi Baba?" Shed my first tear of the year," wrote the touched dad.