Change the narrative in this year’s father’s Day celebration— Van Vicker to Ghanaians

Change the narrative in this year’s Father’s Day celebration— Van Vicker to Ghanaians

Gollywood actor, Van Vicker has appealed to Ghanaians to change the narrative in this year’s Father’s Day celebration by gifting their fathers with expensive product while giving them special treatment in order to celebrate them.

Father’s Day celebration is a day set aside to celebrate outstanding men who have shown extra ordinary love towards their children.

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This year’s celebration falls on Sunday June 20, 2021 to celebrate father’s for caring for their children in their upbringing.

On his Instagram page, the celebrated actor encouraged his fans to make their fathers feel special on that day.

He advised them to stop giving out mugs, handkerchiefs, shirts and other inferior products on that special day to also make their fathers feel well appreciated just like how mothers feel during mothers day celebration.

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“We do not want mugs, hankies, cufflinks, shirts, ties, etc for Father’s Day. We are tired ooo. Please change the narrative this year,” he said.

Van Vicker urged children to study their father to decipher what they truly need, adding that  “let me give you some insights: Watches, Shoes, Customised Grooming sets, Masculine travel bags, exquisite pens, new glasses frames, sunglasses. The list is not exhaustive.”

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He stated that people have to give father’s gift more thought than sticking to their usual gift on that day.

Our loved ones need to give Father’s gift more thought and stop the superficiality and conventional. Ya br3. Let the REAL FATHERS STAND UP!” he added.


Joyceline Natally Cudjoe

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