You teach me to be more tolerant -Okyeame Kwame celebrates son’s 14th birthday
Today, May 23, is Okyeame Kwame’s son, Sir Buta;s 14th birthday and his father is gushing about how is birth has made him more tolerant.
In a Facebook post today, he advised his son to always listen to the chorus of Daddy Lumba’s “Yentie Obiaa” as a guide to have his peace.
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“Cheers to the good life, my son Sir Bota Nsiah-Apau. I don’t remember ever being more ecstatic than the day God gave you to me. You teach me to be more tolerant, respectful, and open-minded day after day. Your first 14 years under my care has been a learning experience and a blessing to me.
Pleaaaaase don’t change from being playful, athletic, chatty, inquisitive, intelligent, forgiving, remorseful, troublesome, independent, selfless, and selfish. I love you. I respect you. I learn from you. I am proud of you and I sacrifice myself for you whenever because I am selfish. Happy birthday, Son. We are unto something special here if we continue to work together.
May God bless your brain. Every time you need good advice, listen to the chorus of that Daddy lumba song “yentie Obiara” and listen only to your mind, your peace is there!(sic)”.
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