Grandparents protest with placards against punishment given to grandson by parents

Grandparents protest with placards against punishment given to grandson by parents

A photo of grandparents protesting against their grandson's punishment is trending on social media. The grandparents were seen pleading with the parents to reduce their grandson's punishment.

The photo showed three grandparents from both sides of the family, one grandpa and two grandmas. The three were spotted carrying placards that illustrated what they felt about the punishment given to their grandson.

From the placards, it was discovered that the boy identified as Caleb was given six weeks of punishment. The grandparents asked the parents to reduce the punishment to three weeks.

One grandparent even asked the parents to return Caleb's cell phone to him and asked them to give him another chance. The grandparents got what they wanted and the boy's punishment was reduced.

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The photo of the grandparents protesting outside the house against the punishment has got many talking on social media. They said they love the grandparents for standing up for the boy.

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Others joked about how they took his punishment so seriously. Some even wished they could become their own grandparents.

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Meanwhile, had earlier reported that Nollywood veterans, Joke Silva and Olu Jacobs, have become grandparents. The couple's son, Olusoji Jacobs, welcomed his first child with his beautiful wife, Boma, in the United States of America. Olusoji and Boma had tied the knot in a beautiful wedding last year, in Port Harcourt and Lagos state. ( -> We have upgraded to serve you better

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