Fatherhood on Life With Kojo Baffoe on Kaya FM
There is no manual when it comes to being a father. We stumble along hoping that we are doing our best, at every turn, as we try to teach our children lessons that will help them navigate their lives. We try to instil values that will carry them forward as they pursue their dreams. Yet, we often forget that our children can teach us as much about the world as we can teach them.
In the discussion on Life With Kojo Baffoe, fathers Musa Kalenga, Pepsi Pokane and Mthetho Tshemese speak openly with Kojo Baffoe about fatherhood, their anxieties, joys and the lessons their children have taught them. They share their experiences, particularly around how they felt when they first found out they were going to be fathers, being in theatre when their children were born and how their lives have played out since.
What is Life With Kojo Baffoe
The world is full of blurry grey areas where things are not always what they seem. Life is not clear cut. Life cannot be neatly packaged and squeezed into a box. Life is cacophony. It is contradictory, paradoxical and, sometimes, downright confusing. And that’s what makes it beautiful – the questions, the journey to understanding and finding answers that make sense to us.
Life With Kojo Baffoe reflects all of the above and more. It navigates the nooks and crannies of every aspect of life from the frivolous to the serious. It is a manifestation of the random things that go through Kojo Baffoe’s mind and the people and stories behind those thoughts. It is about being naturally curious, engaged and interested.
Life With Kojo Baffoe is conversations, and laughter, and sadness, and construction, and joy, and pain, and hope, and an overwhelmingly optimistic view of the future. It is the balance between past and present.