Word For The Week


Tulsa World, June 15th 2002, page A16:

June 15, 2002
 Identical twins Kayode and Olumide Taiwo bring a cross-cultural viewpoint to the role of fathers.

Born 30 years ago in New York and raised in Nigeria, the St. Francis Hospital pharmacists’ latest book is about the importance of fathers leaving a legacy for their children. 



‘When husbands and wife get out of their God-given roles, there is disorder and other problems.
The legacy 
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Twins’ book illustrates the importance of dad’s role in the family

 The book is written from the perspective of a son appealing to his father for input into his life, said the Broken Arrow twins, who are called Kay and Olu.

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