- Media personality Toolzo has lamented the high cost of school fees
- The mother of two said that her son is set to resume nursery
- Some Nigerians reacted to her post as they shared their own experiences in that area
Over the past few days, Nigerians have been complaining about the increase in the cost of things as many take to social media to share their experiences.
Recently, media personality Toolzo took to her official Instagram page to lament the high cost of school fees.
According to her, her first son who is popularly referred to as chairman is set to start school.
The mother of two boys noted that she has been asking her friends about school fees and she can't believe how much it would cost her to enrol her son in nursery.
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Asking her fans and followers if they have been paying a lot for school fees, the OAP jokingly stated that her first child may go to school and teach his brother when he gets back.
The media personality's followers took to her comment section to react to her post.
Read some comments below:
"It is what it is and it is just the reality. We have no choice than to pay."
"I laugh at all my friends with more than one kid. Who can afford it? Lol"
"It's hard. Had to withdraw my little one."
"Yes ooo... welcome to the club. This term, they wan cut our neck sef after paying monthly online training."
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that OAP Toolz asked for suitable punishment for her 1-year-old son who broke TV during coronavirus self-isolation.
The media personality took to 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 urged her fans to give her suggestions on how to punish a one-year-old or whether she should wait till he is four or five before punishing him.
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