The former Minister of Aviation, Chief Fani-Kayode is happy to reunite with his family after spending some days apart. He was filled with excitement as he shows off lots of gifts that he bought for his adorable sons. The children were seen in the company of their nannies as they posed for photographs.
Fani Kayode is performing his fatherly responsibility as he should. He never fails to flaunt his sons with his estranged wife. And he will not hesitate to buy them any good gift. He made it known that there is no greater joy than seeing his children. What can be compared with seeing one's child smiling?. That is the joy of every parent to see their kids have and hearty all the time.
FFK has taken his Instagram page to share photos of the massive gifts he bought for his sons as he returns home from his political trip. A few hours ago he shares photos of himself with the governor of Kogi State, but all in all, he cannot forget to get good gifts for his Princes as he normally refers to his four sons with Precious Chikwendu.
His act shows he is a caring and lovely father. I remember growing up we always look forward to seeing our parents returning home with a gift, it is always a relief to receive a good gift after they have been absent for some time. When you see the photos that FFK shares you can see that the children are happy.
Remember that Aragorn cried profusely a few days back when FFK was about to embark on the journey, he is seen admiring what his dad bought for him today. The dad gave him more gifts than the triplet.
He wrote "Back home with my Princes and so happy! No greater joy than this. I thank God for journey mercies. Now it's time to open the gifts!!! "
See his post caption
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