Elikem Kumordzie has been applauded by Ghanaians, including by musician Trigmatic for being a very good father to his son Tristan. A son he had with Pokello in 2016 before their breakup hit the waves.
Recall that Elikem and Pokello was part of the Africa reality TV show Big Brother Africa (BBA) in 2013 season 8 themed 'The Chase'.
In May 2014, he proposed to her live on stage at the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards when presenting an award for the night.
They later got married in June 2015, Tristan their baby boy was born in 2016. News of their breakup was heard in November 2017, finally in February 2018, they went their separate ways.
Since then, both has been trying to be a good parent to their little man Tristan. He will be 5 this year, all grown and handsome. Recall that Elikem penned an emotional letter to his son in 2018, about not going to be in his life as often as possible. He gave him advice about life in general.
Today, he posted a video of him taking Tristan to school with a caption: "Find a way. Be there. Even once in a while. #SchoolRun"
Much later, he posted another one where he went to pick him up after school, this time, his caption read: "The pickup. School doesn't define anyone. We are on a search for teiatans talents.
Link to the videos: https://www.instagram.com/p/CM1RuXADT7x/?igshid=1nh94ta5gd2sq
Many of his followers were really moved by this gesture, so they commended him for being a good father:
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