- A man identified as David Hundeyin has blamed parents for keeping their children out of touch with Nigeria's reality
- According to him, this has given a lot of people a false sense of entitlement, believing rules don't apply to them
- Hundeyin who is a journalist stated that many of them are not as rich as they used to be and they are only keeping up appearances
A Nigerian journalist identified as David Hundeyin has taken to social media to speak on how parents are to blame for raising their children to be out of touch with Nigeria's reality.
According to him, many of these people due to how they were raised, believe they are special and don't have to answer to anyone because the rules do not apply to them.
He wrote: "At the end of the day, many of our parents are at fault for hiding us excessively from Nigeria's reality. In the name of comfort, they made many of us genuinely think that we are special and the rules that govern the world don't apply to us. Anyway who will wake, will wake."
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Hundeyin further stated that many of these people are no longer as rich as they use to be and are simply keeping up appearances.
He tweeted: "Many of them have been liquidating assets or lowkey broke since 2015, but keeping up appearances like the characters in Bling Lagosians. They're renting out their cars and houses on Uber and Airbnb, but you have no idea. Packaging...I see, but I do not say. The awakening when it comes, will be rude."
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Only a while ago, a Twitter user, Ayo Bankole, seemed to be facing a lot when it comes to raising children.
Bankole took to Twitter to explain how raising toddlers is not easy. According to the young man, raising toddlers is the most exhausting experience of adult life.
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Meanwhile, Nigerian fashion entrepreneur and celebrity stylist, Toyin Lawani’s son, Oluwatenola, clocked a year older some months ago and his mother used the opportunity to teach him a valuable life lesson.
Tenola clocked six and he alongside his mother took to the streets of Lagos to sell fruits to unsuspecting customers for the birthday photo-shoot. According to Lawani in her lengthy Instagram caption, she wanted her son to walk in the shoes of the less privileged for a day just to make him understand that life is not always rosy.
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