Tony Elumelu, chairman of the United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc, has shared a video of himself giving his son a new haircut.

In the short video posted on his Instagram page on Tuesday, the renowned entrepreneur and philanthropist could be seen calmly holding a clipper while cutting his son’s hair.

In a terse post accompanying the video, the 57-year-old economist reflected on how the coronavirus pandemic — which had forced people to stay at home — made him “multi-skilled.”

“After Madam braided the girls’ hair, my turn to cut the boys’ hair! COVID-19 is making us multi-skilled. #TOEWay #Family #ElumeluBoys,” he wrote.

Elumelu has continued to make the headlines for his numerous contributions to the empowerment of people, especially the youths across the continent.

He is the founder of Tony Elumelu Foundation, an African private-sector-led philanthropy empowering African entrepreneurs to create jobs in the continent.

In March, he emerged the only Nigerian in the 2020 Ebony Power 100 list, which recognises influential individuals who are making a difference in the African-American community.

He further stretches the lists of prominent personalities who have engaged in activities aimed at promoting unity among families amid the coronavirus pandemic.

TheCable Lifestyle had earlier reported how Dele Momodu, Ovation publisher, and Richard Mofe-Damijo (RMD), also engaged in basic home chores to promote gender equality.



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