Lady advises people not to have kids except they can spend N20,000 weekly on baby food

Lady advises people not to have kids except they can spend N20,000 weekly on baby food

- A lady has sparked an uproar on Twitter after advising people about having children

- According to Anna The Feminazi, people who are not ready to spend N20,000 per week on baby food, should not have kids

- Some social media users countered her advice, saying it is total bollocks

A Nigerian lady has caused confusion on social media after advising people to stay off having kids if they can't afford N20,000 weekly for just baby food.

Almost everyone understands raising a child requires substantial financial security as it is not only expensive but also emotionally and mentally demanding.

While most people count it all joy, many have come out to admit that they would have paused on bringing children into the world if they had known it would require so much.

In an attempt to give a tip on child raising, a lady, sparked an uproar on Twitter when she shared a post, boldly stating that if anyone can't afford N20,000 weekly for just baby food, they should forget having children.

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Her post immediately went viral and several people had a different opinion from hers. Some mothers jumped on the post and stated that it is not true that a baby requires such amount of food weekly, one even argued that any child that eats so much food is going to eventually be obese.

The original poster then argued that she meant some wealthy families can afford it and are doing it.

Here are some reactions below:

Definitely something to think about!

Meanwhile, recently, Nollywood actress, Tonto Dikeh lamented on spending so much money in a short while. According to her, she had to spend N180k on her son's feeding and basic items.

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