Okyeame Kwame says Kids will Always love their mums more than Fathers

Okyeame Kwame says Kids will Always love their mums more than Fathers

  • Okyeame Kwame has unveiled some of the hard lessons he learned from being a father
  • According to the musician, one of them is that children will always love their mothers more than their dads
  • He advised that fathers must not perform their duties because they want anything in return but simply because they are supposed to

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Famous Ghanaian musician, Okyeame Kwame, has shared some of the hard lessons he has learned from being a husband and a father to two children.

Sharing the lessons on the Father's Day edition of UpsideDown on Citi, the musician indicated that children will always love their mothers more than their dads.

"No matter what, the children must love their mothers more than they love us. So we don't do fatherhood because of any reward. We don't care. We do it because it is the right thing to do," he said.

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In addition to this, the happy family man also indicated that another hard lesson fatherhood has taught him is to be a perpetual learner and find answers on the go.

Finally, the co-author of Love Locked Down mentioned that fathers must learn to stop being the 'tough guy' but rather be an object of love to their offsprings.

"I remember my father used to travel and by the time he returns, mum list all the bad things we had done for him to dish out the lashes. We must change and stop beating the children," he mentioned.
Kids will always love their mums more than us -Okyeame Kwame on Fatherhood
Kids will always love their mums more than us -Okyeame Kwame on Fatherhood Credit: @okyeamekwame
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Moving away from fatherhood, Valerie, a US-based photographer who was on a trip to San Francisco is fast going viral after she captured an adorable moment when an unknown couple got engaged.

Sharing pictures of the moment the proposal took place, Valerie indicated that once she spotted the couple from afar, she was suspicious that something nice was about to happen.

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Stating why she did not approach them to hand over the photos immediately, Valerie explained she did not want to ruin the intimate moment.

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