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Chris Attoh reveals son’s name

Actor Chris Attoh has embraced fatherhood full on. On September 6, the Ghanaian actor and his fiancée, actress Damilola Adegbite welcomed their first child, a son.

His name has been revealed as Brian Nii Ayittey Olaferomi Attoh. Chris is a hands on daddy too; changing diapers and feeding him.

In a recent interview, Chris Attoh could not stop gushing about his first born.

During the interview, this is what Chris had to say: “Ok I’m loving this because it’s a great feeling. Sometimes I listen to him breathe and I know there is a God somewhere. It’s God that gives children and am happy to have been blessed. So far, I’m learning that fatherhood is the only profession where the more effort you give it the more you will enjoy back. It’s great!”

He went on to say, “I am now fully skilled in changing diapers and feeding…the babies literally go through the food and the diapers at the same time.”

According to Chris Attoh, he also has a new-found respect for women after seeing his fiancée pregnant and going through labour.

He said: “I have found a new definition of respect for women now. The fact that they go through nine months of pregnancy gives me a new perspective to what womanhood really is.”


Source: that1960chick.com

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