In life there are people who definitely make us who we are, by contributing to our growth and success in one way or the other. Most of the support we get mostly come from our parents, especially the fathers who stand as the pillar of the house and our life. You may have not known the brain behind the success of Destined kids in those good old days. Well, you will meet him as move down in this articleJust a quick introduction, Destined kids were children singers who comprised of six siblings, whose names are Favour Iwueze, Rejoice Iwueze, Caleb Iwueze, Wonderful Iwueze, Joshua Iwueze and Best Iwueze. The six children sang so many songs in those days including the popular song titled "joy, joy, joy" which made most kids happy in those days when they hear it.Although, the Destined kids are all grown up up and the one who happens to be the first child among them, Favour Iwueze shared lovely photos of her father few hours ago as she celebrates him today being his birthday. The father of Destined kids is Mr Stephen Iwueze.
Stephen Iwueze was actually the brain behind Destined kids in those days. He brought his children out and made them popular. Saying that Mr Stephen was the brain behind Destined kids, it means that he contributed so much to the success in life of his children. He was the brain behind the nice songs they sang in those days, because he composed the songs they sang. Today, Favour Iwueze celebrates him. It is his birthday and I know you would want to see lovely photos of Favour Iwueze's father. See the photos below as shared on her Instagram pageWe wish Favour Iwueze's father a happy belated birthday.
Pictures credited to BellaNaija, Nairaland forum, Madailygist and Instagram
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