- A young man identified as Timilehin on Twitter has shared a funny scenario that took place on his family’s group page
- Timilehin had replied a family member who advised youths to delete anything about the EndSARS protests from their phones
- The young man debated that the youths were the ones directly affected by the police brutality
- The older family member was, however, not pleased that he was addressed with his first name and without the ‘uncle’ title
- This led to a funny response from the young man who clarified that he was actually his cousin and not his uncle
A young Nigerian man identified as Timilehin recently caused a bit of drama on his family’s group page after he referred to an elderly family member with his first name and omitted the ‘uncle’ title.
It all started when Timilehin reacted to a post on their family’s group page that advised the youths to delete any anti-SARS material from their phones.
Timilehin had responded that they would not because they all they were demanding was not to be scared for their lives just because they are youths. He advised the family member who posted the message to demand accountability from the government and demand for justice.
The family member, Engr. Yemi, responded by saying that the youths should stop their End SARS protests and actually give the government a chance to make the promised changes.
Timilehin obviously saw this as an opportunity to be cheeky as he started off his message with ‘Good morning Yemi’. He replied that youths had previously given the government four different chances to effect the change.
Engr. Yemi was however not impressed that he was addressed as just Yemi and he called out the young man. He advised him to address elders accordingly.
“I am not Yemi but Uncle Yemi. Address older people properly.”
To that, Timilehin reminded his relative that he was actually his mother’s nephew which technically made him his cousin. He added that he would start to address his relative as Cousin Yemi and not Uncle Yemi.
See their interesting exchange below:
In other news, Legit.ng reported that Nigerian music star, DJ Cuppy, opened up on why she was yet to join the End SARS protests even though she quickly flew into the country because of it.
The entertainer in a post shared on her verified Twitter page disclosed that she has been mandated to self-isolate for seven days or face prosecution in accordance with the COVID-19 laws.
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