By Oyinlola Awonuga (The New Diplomat’s Entertainment, Fashion and Sports Desk)
2007 Gulder Ultimate Search winner, Dominic Mudabai, and his wife, Tope, have set social media agog as they recently welcomed a baby boy. Mudabai recently took to social media to share the great news of him becoming a father.
The former reality show star shared photos of his son on his official instagram page @dominicwung.
Mudabai in the Instagram post shared photos of his child in a cot as well as another of him cradling his baby boy as he broke the good news to fans.
Mudabai also penned down a touching letter to his child on social media.
In the long note, he noted that he wants his son to become a man with a good heart and an open mind.
Writing further, the new father also said that for his son to become such a man, he must not be afraid to be vulnerable.
Excerpts from his instagram post reads: “We live in a time when no one wants to take the responsibility to say what’s right and what’s wrong, when no one wants to be told what to believe or what not to believe, when people want to have titles but not work or be responsive to their functions, when people lack a sense of duty, where the lunatics have taken over the asylum and the doctors are the ones in straight jacket. You will come to realize that the world we have made is also the world we have failed.
“You have made your way into this world. I want you to be a man of good heart, who reaches out to the world around him with an open mind and a gentle touch, I want you to be a man of belief but not a man of judgement, I want you to choose always to speak with empathy, caring and kindness no matter your voice or purpose, I want you to serve as a Shepherd first and then a king, hold honor and truth at all times and never forget the son of whom you are as you journey to finding your rightful place in this world.
“To be such a man, you must not be afraid to be vulnerable in times when it is required of you to stand up and to speak from your heart, you should create a place in your heart to hear voices that speak with empathy, compassion and realism about the issues of becoming a man.”