Ubi Franklin celebrates children’s day with his kids in cute photo

Nigerian music artist manager and the founder and CEO of record label Made Men Music Group (Triple MG) Ubi Franklin took to his instagram to share adorable pictures of his kids yesterday while celebrating Children’s Day.

A matching outfits with kids black and white all together.

He wrote :

Nothing Else Matter to me now ❤️� You Both Light my world. The days are over were I had to beg for people to stay in my life, now I have the best calling me Dady ❤️❤️ JAYDEN And ZANETA so you know your dad is a great man and you have no other option than to succeed. Love you � HAPPY CHILDREN’S DAY babies ❤️

Ubi Ekapong Ofem popularly known as Ubi Fraklin, is a Nigerian music artist manager and the founder and CEO of record label Made Men Music Group (Triple MG).

Franklin was born in Cross River State on 2 February, 1986. He is from a very large family , he is number 11th from a family of 15 children. His family is an average family not too rich and not too poor but they faced challenges as they were too many to live a comfortable life owing to the fact thathis father was not so wealthy.

His father was a high court judge. Life was not easy for Ubi Franklin as he never had a lot of privacy due to his big family.

He worked so hard to make sure he gets what ever he wanted because he wanted a more luxurious life and that is what he has achieved so far.

Today, Ubi Franklin is widely regarded as one of the most successful music managers in Nigeria who has helped many Nigerian artistes like Tekno, Emma Nyra, Selebobo and Iyanya who was the flagship act of the label before parting way with him and joining Don Jazzy’s Mavin Records.

 

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