Famous Nigerian comedienne, Dr. Helen Paul, has taken to social media to teach parents how to raise their kids.
This comes amidst the alleged rape saga between comedian Princess’s daughter and actor, Baba Ijesha.
According to Helen Paul, parents should raise their children in a manner that they dear no one when they’re around.
She then added that how can a child be so scared to open up to her parents about being molested for 7 years.
She further revealed that while growing up, she was scared of her parents more than any body else and knows that she will always find comfort with her parents.
“play with your children. Let them be able to open up to you. Your children should not be scared of an outsider more than you” She said.
See how Nigerians reacted to the video below:
Nike EMR wrote, “Every basic Nigerian child is scared of their parents oooo and I think we should all do better not to train our kids in that way they trained us . It’s a Nigerian thing it’s been there that’s just it”
Keezy wrote, “Parents and guardians being too strict and over religious to your kids doesn’t mean you’re training them well”
Sir Tijaja wrote, “You can be close to your child and still discipline them. You just have to be conscious about parenting. African parents be dumping their frustration on their kids. They go dey bully your pikin for boarding school, he no go fit tell you. My aunt is a no nonsense lady but her kids never hide anything from her.”
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