- Fatawu Dauda has wowed many internet users with an adorable photo of his young son
- The Ghanaian goalkeeper and his son were seen wearing suits as they posed for the camera
- Fatawu Dauda tied the knot not too long ago at a plush ceremony which was attended by many of his Black Stars teammates
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Experienced Ghanaian footballer and former goalkeeper of the senior national team, Fatawu Dauda, has wowed social media with an adorable photo with his young son.
In the photo sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, the Ghanaian shot-stopper and his son were seen wearing suits as they showed off their swag.
The duo was seen standing on a flight of stairs as they beamed with smiles for the camera in what looked like a plush edifice.
Fatawu Dauda was seen wearing an all-black suit with a pair of trousers while his young son was wearing a gold-themed suit over a pair of black trousers.
Both father and son complemented their looks with expensive-looking black pair of shoes as they appeared smart for the photoshoot.
After posting the rather adorable father and son moment, Fatawu Dauda captioned it: "Children are the hands by which we take hold of heaven".
Many fans and followers of the footballer took to the comment section to shower glowing words on both father and child.
filebabs came in with the simple comment: "Very cute"
andreabaasie also wrote: "Solid Bossu"
rmoujalled commented: "Our champion keeper"
awurakua_abronoma had this to say: "Aaaw he's adorable and a sweet little boy"
naafletcher opined: "They're blessed"
There were many such comments that prove Fatawu Dauda and his young prince nailed the daddy and son goals photo.
Meanwhile, Pastor Eric Oduro-Koranteng, husband of embattled traditional priestess now-turned Christian, Nana Agradaa born Patricia Aseidu, has opened up on his wife's conversion.
According to the man of God, he had been praying and waiting for the day that his wife was going to give up her idol worship to join him pastor his church.
Pastor Eric Oduro-Koranteng went on to say that he had gone on his knees for 5 years to pray to God together with other men of God to touch the heart of Nana Agradaa.
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