South Africa

Author Kojo Baffoe: 'My daughter can do anything she decides she wants to do'

The writer, poet and blogger discusses fatherhood — and raising a daughter in a patriarchal society — with Mila de Villiers

"Dad", "ubaba", "pa", "utata", "ntate": male parents go by many monikers in SA, and are unanimously celebrated on June 20 via the all-encompassing, if somewhat formidably named, Father's Day. 

One such father is writer, poet, blogger, and former editor of Destiny Man, Kojo Baffoe...

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