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AY Comedian speaks on fatherhood in latest edition of Genevieve Magazine

In the article AY said that his father was a disciplinarian who taught him responsibility. He also stated that his father had a heart for humanity. The most important thing AY's father taught him was that there is no shortcut to success.

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Popular comedian AY Makun is on the cover of the May/June edition of Genevieve Magazine.

This editionĀ  is dedicated to fathers and fatherhood. In the main article of the May/June edition, AY speaks on being a father and how it has changed him.

"Every opportunity her mother and I get we try to let hr know what is right and acceptable...infusing the right values in children is always ongoing especially in this time and age when both parents are working full time. Children learn a lot from what they see at home and from people around them. When I am with Michelle, I always want her to exhibit values like respect, honesty, kindness, courage, generosity, discipline and compassion. These are the values that will protect her from potentially negative societal influences" said AY on passing the principles he got from his father to his 7 year old daughter Michelle.

In the article AY said that his father was a disciplinarian who taught him responsibility. He also stated that his father had a heart for humanity. The most important thing AY's father taught him was that there is no shortcut to success.

AY is also an actor and movie producer. With his busy schedule he says he creates time to be with his daughter. "Every opportunity that comes within or outside my job is properly used to make up for lost time."

The comedian was asked if he would have more kids, and he revealed that he won't be having a 'football team'. According to him only God can determine how many other kids he will have. "Each day I pray to be a better day than I was yesterday" he revealed.

"Fatherhood was an automatic transition to the realities of becoming a man. The minute I realised that I hadĀ  a family to cater for, many things changed. I started seeing myself more as a provider and a protector. It also increased my determination to succeed" replied AY when asked how fatherhood had changed him.

In the write-up AY also spoke about his recent movie '30 Days In Atlanta' which is said to be the highest grossing Nollywood movie.

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