Fans of Nollywood actor, Alesh Sanni has reacted to the striking resemblance between him and his son.
This comes after the father of one shared series of photos of the little one to celebrate his 6months on earth.
Captioning the photos, Alesh wrote;
“Keep growing my baby boy happy 6 months old king AAYAN OLADIMEJI KAYDEN… 6 months Already keep growing my baby boy king AAYAN”
See some of the comments the photos generated below;
@niphemmy20 wrote “Shey he think say u Dey run commot ni so much resemblance”
@bigvaijokotoye wrote “Looking like daddy now.”
@temitope_babyface wrote “So cute and adorable the eyes like father like son”
@aishalawal1 wrote “Carbon copy”
@fabricswarehouse wrote “So much resemblance …… cutie and you”
@itz_baseera_yunus wrote “Daddy’s look alike”
@tunmisedaniel wrote “Dad’s photocopy”
@_.shuqroh wrote “So much resemblance”
KFN recalls that in February, the American based Nigerian actor took to his account on Instagram to share breathtaking and adorable photos with his fiancée as they welcome a bouncing baby boy.
Alesh, alongside the photos, penned a sweet note to his wife thanking her.
“Among all my firsts in life, being a first-time dad is my favourite The moment I have been waiting for is finally here. I’m now a daddy to a brand new handsome boy. Thank you, Allah, Thank you Wifey Hello fam.. join me to welcome my first child AAYAN OLADIMEJI SANNI.”
‘Men should be allowed to accompany their wives to the theatre’, Bigvai Jokotoye recounts his wife’s childbirth experience
Popular Nigerian American based actor, Bigvai Jokotoye has suggested the government should make it compulsory for men to accompany their wives to the theatre during pregnancy labour.
KemifilaniNews recalls few months after the actor became a US citizen, he welcomed a baby with his wife yesterday and many Nollywood stars took to their Instagram pages to rejoice with him.
However, Bigvai recounted how he was called into the theatre after waiting for over an hour with fear. Seeing and experiencing the labour trauma, he understood well what it takes to bring a life into the world.
Speaking further, he urged the government to make it mandatory for husbands to have an experience of this by accompanying their wives to the labour room. Adding that mothers whether single...