A dig deep into the Ethiopian Airlines crash victim, Late Pius Adesanmi’s Facebook account saw where he comfortably backed his daughter Tise.
Sharing the photos in 2015, Pius wrote;
“The mind of a three – year – old is a mysterious maze of miracles. She has never ever done this. I woke up with a loaded schedule. I’d been invited by the National Arts Centre as speaker at a symposium about a Ghanaian stage play currently running at NAC. After my talk downtown, I would rush home for a Skype appointment with Sahara TV. I woke up planning these things only for her to come into my study with a wrapper and oja and insist she wanted to be on Daddy’s back! Since she returned from the hospital as a two day – old baby, she’s had a daily rendezvous this way with her mother’s back. At three, one thought she has understood that patriarchal Africa says that her mother’s back is the space for such meetings. Today she told Africa to go to hell and that whatever is good for mummy’s back is also good for Daddy’s back. All entreaties by her mummy to come to the regular back failed. I decided that whatever a woman can do, a man can do… better?”.
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