- Nigerian media personality, Tolu ‘Toolz’ Oniru Demuren, seems to already be experiencing the effect of staying at home with her child during the coronavirus pandemic
- Toolz revealed that her son has already broken the TV on the fourth day of quarantine
- The media personality asked for a suitable punishment for her son or whether she should wait till he is four or five years old
The coronavirus pandemic is a very serious issue that has even threatened to bring developed countries to its knees as they struggle to find a vaccine as fast as possible to stop the death rates.
The government and World Health Organisation (WHO) has advised that people should practice social distancing and to also stay at home to help stop the spread of the virus and by extension reduce death rates while also buying them time to find a cure.
Well, these directives have led to people working from home and school children also being on an unexpected holiday.
However, things are not as rosy as people thought it would be, seeing as their less-busy children are finding destructive ways to entertain themselves.
Just recently, Nigerian media personality, Tolu ‘Toolz’ Oniru, took to social media via her Instagram page to complain about how her one-year-old son has already destroyed her TV on the fourth day of self-isolation.
Toolz asked fans for suggestions on how to punish a one-year-old or whether she should wait till he is four or five before punishing him.
She wrote: “Quarantine Day 4!
Y'all come get your friend!!!
How the hell do you punish a 1 year old?? Or should I keep the punishment till when he's 4 or 5?
Can I get him to pick pin, cut grass or something?”.
See her post below:
In other related news, Legit.ng reported that young Nollywood actress, Regina Daniels, has revealed on social media that she is still chilling despite being in self-isolation.
Regina disclosed this after sharing lovely new photos of herself on her Instagram page.
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