The Soil singer, Ntsika Ngxanga shares what fatherhood has taught him and the values he aims to instill in his two children, Alwandeuthando Kabo-Entle and Leano Ngxanga
We know him very well on national and international stages. The bubbly and talented Ntsika, who is part of the internationally acclaimed and award-winning group lets into his role as a dad. He says, “Amongst many other lessons, fatherhood taught me that God’s love can take physical form and that loving unconditionally is what human beings were born to do. One of the biggest highlights of being a dad is coming home and being met by two adorable bundles of joys racing towards me, screaming “Daddy” with broad smiles on their faces. The biggest lesson I aim to teach my son and daughter is to love God, to always do their best and to always be respectful. Since I’m thee worst when it comes to multitasking my beautiful wife Chumasande, who is also my pillar of strength makes balancing my career and parenting so seamless. If there is one thing I wish for my children is for them to live full, healthy and long lives that will inspire and have a positive impact on other people’s lives across the world with whatever journey they’ll decide to take. The one thing I would like them to know is that I will always be eternally grateful to God for choosing me to be their father.”
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