AY, Funke Akindele, Bovi, and Tonto Dikeh have joined several other Nigerian celebrities to commemorate this year’s edition of Father’s Day.

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Although the date differs across the globe, Father’s Day is held annually to honour fatherhood and paternal bonds, as well as the influence of fathers in society.

Expectedly, top celebrities took to their social media pages on Sunday to either celebrate themselves or their loved ones on the occasion.

Joining the fray, AY shared a lovely post dedicated to him by Mabel, his wife.

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“Happy Father’s Day to an amazing father. May God continue to bless and keep you. We love you loads @aycomedian,” it read.

Similarly, Bovi penned a note to himself wherein he reflected on his days in secondary school and journey to fatherhood.

“Happy Father’s Day to you! After you ate your school fees once in secondary school and found it hard to get it back on time, you vowed never to spend your school fees and that of your future children. You have kept that promise. For this singular reason, happy Father’s Day to you Bovi…” he wrote.

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In the same vein, Akindele hailed Abdulrasheed Bello, her husband, describing him as the “world’s best father.”

 

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Toyin Abraham also celebrated Kolawole Ajeyemi, her husband, noting that his charming personality has made their union a blissful one.

On her part, Dikeh shared a picture of herself clad in a male outfit alongside King Andre, her son, to mark the occasion.

In a post accompanying the photo, the movie star appreciated herself for being able to shoulder the responsibilities believed to be exclusive to men.

“Dear life I guess you gave this job to me to mock me but hey, Am kicking your ass and ccing all your blows.. happy father’s day to me,” she wrote.

 

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DJ Cuppy also shared a video clip of herself and Femi Otedola, her father, to celebrate the day.

“Help me wish oga @FemiOtedola a happy father’s day,” she wrote.

 

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Tony Elumelu, chairman of the United Bank for Africa (UBA), was also not left out as he shared a beautiful photo of his children to mark the day.

“Thanks to my children who make being a father the best feeling in the world. Wishing all the fathers a Happy Father’s Day. Keep being super heroes,” he wrote.

 

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Paul Adefarasin, the senior pastor and founder of House on the Rock, also used the occasion to celebrate his late father and other men impacting the society positively.

“My heartfelt gratitude for my beloved and late Father(Daddy), whose legacy and legend lives on in the lives you mentored and fathered, in the children you raised, in the judgements you delivered and in the example of integrity that you set in the secular and the sacred spheres of your illustrious life work,” he wrote.

 

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