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Cobhams Asuquo: Father Raising a Great Son consciously

This got me all emotional when I read it. Today is the 5th birthday of Cobhams' first son David and he wrote this as a tribute to him and with this picture of them.

My boss is 5!!! Happy 5th birthday Sir. My other employer. I love you soo much David and I have soo much to teach you. I'll always make you proud by God's grace.
I live so that you can be a better man. David the world needs better men and we would raise each other to be better men in this world. God bless you my son! We are turning up this weekend, you just name the place. 
#happybirthdayDavid #happybirthdayson #Godblessyou

It is heartwarming to always identify men who know that the world needs better men, and are consciously raising their own sons. Grooming a boy with the right values is the imperative for preserving our next generation.

God bless you Cobhams Asuquo.

PS: Cobhams is one of Nigeria's greatest music producers and mentor and it is amazing because he is visually impaired yet married a queenly wife and now raising a knightly son. 

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