This blog is for Joseph Eliabson Maniragena, the Founder of Crystal Horizons Youth Centre. Joseph is a Youth Development Activist and a Social Entrepreneur. He writes here about development, Social Entrepreneur, Youth, NPO Management, Fundraising for NPO and Grantsmanship, Leadership, Education and anything else that interests him.
(The opinions expressed in his blog are on personal capacity; the opinions allowed to his blog don’t mean endorsement)
Friday, 29 November 2013
A CALL TO AFRICAN MEN
TO AFRICAN MEN
Some ofUs, we
But this is not civility.
Yes, some didn’t have fathers
They were raised by only mothers
Others were raised with too much anger
But this shouldn’t be the cause
For not being a Good Father.
Gone are those days where physical muscles
Use to define manhood
Like it’s done in Hollywood.
Gone are those days were men must be autocrats
Gone are those days where a real man is that who drink
Gone are those days where men go to kitchen only on Braai
Just drinking and eating too much meats
While their women and kids have only tea.
Let me give you a secret
It has worked for me
For sure it can work for you
“Time is now to treat her as a Queen,
If you also wish to be treated as a King”
Come home early
Take care of her merrily
Play with your kids frequently
They will grow joyfully
And you’ll be Alright, amusingly.
You can make supper
There is no matter
You can wash dishes
Why not change nappy?
I promise you will feel happy
And You won’t feel sorry.
Let’s keep our Women from harm
By covering them with warm
Take time to hear her as her Man
You will be her Superman!
Hold them with your arm tight,
They will also take care of you in the night.
Real Men don’t just sit and watch movies
While their women are all busy;
Real men don’t sit and drink wine after beers
They protect their woman as human protect against
They do care by accompanying their wives to prenatal appointments
They do care by being there when their wives are giving