Go to your father with your first salary not your pastor – Kanayo  advises

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Veteran Nollywood actor Kanayo O. Kanayo in a bid to respect African tradition and custom chose to request a portion of his son, Clinton Mbaise’s first earnings from his recent debut in the film industry.

The actor then gave his son fatherly blessings and urged young ones to seek blessings from their fathers after taking their first salary and not pastors.

Recall that earlier on a film set on Thursday, the actor introduced Clinton to members of his production business, Simpliciter Associates Productions, and said he would serve as his personal assistant and assistant to the assistant production manager.

In a video shared on his Instagram account on Thursday, Kanayo insisted that only a father can bless his son and urged people to follow suit his illustration.

He said, “I want to observe a culture from our ancestors which has led to the progress of many people you see today, ”Father blessing.

 “Clinton my son just concluded a few production management with us and he has earned his first salary, his first salary is N50,000 for a movie.

“Clinton from your pocket in the N50,000 give me N500.

“The first salary of a young man, he goes to his father to say Nnayi my salary is N50,000, the father may decide to take the entire money, he may also decide to take any amount and his father will now bless him.

“The idea of his father asking him to know the salary is, so his father would teach him financial management.

“All you going to pastors to give your salary, you are wasting your time, is not part of our culture.”

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