Kwame Nsiah-Apau, a multiple award winning music artiste known in showbiz as "Okyeame Kwame", sometimes calling himself as the "Rap Doctor" has treated fans in another pose with his son, sir Kwame Bota in a colourful Kente cloth. Both son and father have been seen several times in poses that prove he is well bonded with his son as any well meaning father would love to do with his son.
In the picture posted on his (Okyeame Kwame's) Instagram page both father and son were seen putting on a nicely woven Kente cloth, and what is thought to be a gold chain, dark sun glasses and a bangle on Okyeame Kwame's right hand. Underneath the image is the inscription "Nana trimude hene 1st. I dey feel myself basaaaaa. As for my prince he wants to inherit me quickly".
Judging from the picture and the inscription written beneath it, it seems evident that Okyeame Kwame is grooming sir Kwame Bota, his son to take over his father's business as he is in a hurry to inherit his father. This isn't the first time Okyeame Kwame and his son have posed for the cameras and this is obviously not going to be the last time we would see this father and son bond.
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