Popular Ghanaian PR expert, Matthew Mensah had a big surprise for his dad Matheu Mensah Sr as he flew to Denmark to celebrate him on his birthday and Father’s day.
Matthew Mensah, who is based in South Africa shared a tearful session with his Dad who was so surprised seeing him. Acknowledging how awesome his Dad is, the PR expert wrote;
Flew back to surprise my Dad on His Birthday and For Father’s Day.. Love You Dad ❤… Happy Birthday to Matteu Mensah Snr
So Happy I made it home for My Dad’s Birthday & Fathers Day.. All his friends had come & only a few knew I was coming. It was tough pretending that I wasnt sure if I could make it due to work every time he was calling to check.. & then not speaking to him for the last 2 days including while I was in Egypt.
Not often I see tears on my Pops face 🤗❤.. Love You so Much Dad.
Happy Fathers Day Dad… ❤ 🇬🇭 (Carva My Dads Swag; White on white in his favourite white Ferragamo loafers & then ask me again how I learned to dress; By The GOAT 🐐 himself Mensah Snr 👑) .
Born to a Ghanaian father a Danish Mom, Matthew Mensah was in the news some years ago after it was reported that he was set to walk down the aisle with Nollywood actress, Genevieve Nnaji.
He recently won the South African GQ Best Dressed Man of 2017 Award, is always killing it on his Instagram page in his fancy suits for the work he does in Johannesburg, South Africa. And of course, he hits the gym in his spare time!
Here are excerpts from his previous interview with Guardian;
Now, Johannesburg but originally Ghana and Denmark but, because I grew up almost 10 years in Lagos, I have to mention Nigeria, the country that guided me from a silly boy to a serious man. After Joburg, I could move back home (Ghana) to support in improving my country.
What projects are you working on?
Stop women abuse campaign and stop child trafficking with the SA Government and prior to that, the xenophobia campaign, as well as some social development projects involving infrastructure.
Why are you here?
I used to live in Lagos prior to that but I was tired of the stress and lack of quality of life. And because my passion for humanitarian work was much more appreciated here in SA where the government is very supportive of social development projects. My agency does many of the campaigns and has received awards from the government for it, which is the biggest honour you can get, to be acknowledged as a foreigner for the work you are doing for others.