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Re: How do you describe your father?

Posted: 26 Oct 2018, 19:56
by Kobby doxa
He's caring, responsible and he's ma role model. The most focused person I've ever seen is my dad and love him so much

Re: How do you describe your father?

Posted: 31 Oct 2018, 15:31
by BUSH1997
His am man I long to always seat under his council because of his level of display of wisdom that show his intergrity

Re: How do you describe your father?

Posted: 10 Nov 2018, 07:47
by Dante22
Father as a role model for his family
He has to be an example to his young generation to come.
My Dad is a very nice and generous.. He gives to the poor and the needy
He assist in non governmental organization...
He Is a man of good character... I love my Dad.

Re: How do you describe your father?

Posted: 11 Nov 2018, 00:50
by Yanya Sharon
I grew up with my mother but one day I visited my father. Basing on what I saw my father is stubborn and rough. My father is having many children and some with know and others with don't know. It came to my surprise that when my mother went to visit him to ask when he will be coming to pay my dowry to my mother's family and what he told my mother "am not the daughter" but when you look at me and see him, the faces look alike and the brothers tell him to just look at the face. When I just entered into my father's compound, the brothers were saying this is our brother's daughter. I just thank God that I grew up with my mother or else I was going to grow up like him.

Re: How do you describe your father?

Posted: 16 Nov 2018, 00:36
by Matt7221
:D My Father is a friend of mine. My bestfriend and my best enemy. He is my number one critics but He knows what is best for me. I can say that he is my umbrella when the rains falling down over my head.

Re: How do you describe your father?

Posted: 16 Nov 2018, 11:39
by Sunday diamond
My humble father, I learnt the power of prayer from him. If he give advise, don't ignore. There is much to the advise.

Re: How do you describe your father?

Posted: 20 Nov 2018, 01:47
by Smarkylee_2018
My Father is a really amazing person I've ever had. He supports me in every single thing that happened in my life. Eventhough were just the 2nd family, he always make sure that when it comes to financial matters, his the one to provide for us. Hoping that someday, I will give back all the things that he gave to me.

I LOVE YOU DAD
from the bottom of my heart. :wink: :wink: :wink:

Re: How do you describe your father?

Posted: 20 Nov 2018, 12:05
by modupereb
An ideal father cares, love and plan for his children. My father not caring at all.

Re: How do you describe your father?

Posted: 21 Nov 2018, 06:55
by Donbaba
My father is my hero, he is always there in my times of needs.

Re: How do you describe your father?

Posted: 23 Nov 2018, 15:44
by NOLWANDLE 24
My dad is my hero especially in times of trouble when I cry he will be the first one to give me a hug...he is a person that can forgive he doesn't keep grudges

Re: How do you describe your father?

Posted: 24 Nov 2018, 01:43
by Chibae jos
Caring ,loving and understanding dad in the world

Re: How do you describe your father?

Posted: 08 Dec 2018, 00:21
by Muthokaann
My dad never cared about us. I don't love him

Re: How do you describe your father?

Posted: 08 Dec 2018, 06:31
by Clinton 98
My dad is a joke
Deadbeat will be the appropriate word to fully describe the type of person he is!!!

Re: How do you describe your father?

Posted: 09 Dec 2018, 12:37
by Rotimi Victor
Full of sacrifices and risk that would benefit the whole family. Mostly doesn't liking ideas from people. Always carry out things the way they are in his mind. He is also irreplaceable

Re: How do you describe your father?

Posted: 26 Dec 2018, 02:48
by Liver133
In the play when Max and Godfredo were teenagers, Max was proud of his father because he was a loving father and he considered the father of Godfredo as a nasty father.

My father is a bearing and loving man who do anything to meet your need to make sure he put you at the right part he does what you want but you gat to play your own role by been discipline,obident and respectful if this is not played in you then you drag him to the wall and invite trouble for yourself which wouldn't be good cause I remember what he did to me,his a good father