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Tuesday, February 04, 2020

Gospel Singer Timi Dakolo Sends A Mail To 'Anybody'

This os for all those wicked people who take other peoples children and treat them like slaves.......Read well and let your conscience take over!!!!





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  1. Repeat it again Timi, let them hear this!

    Once a child isn't their blood, they start treating them as slaves. The funniest part of it all is that these kids will grow up to become hardworking and industrious while theirs can't even lift a broom as they've been made to grow up doing and learning nothing!

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    1. The kids may also grow up with hatreds and that is dangerous to the kids and those that they will encounter and the society at large.

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    2. Hatreds?? This ain’t no typo. No wonder Oyibo de reject our certificates. I love you though but you fail my hand.

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  2. He is right... My house help I trained in secondary school, is d one always responding to some of my needs now,cos of d way I treated her,when she ws staying wt me...she left,when hubby ws trying to forcefully have his way wt her,she couldn't do me bad according to her, so she had to tell me n left, while hubby ran away for two weeks b4 coming back to apologize,I left d marriage, though nt because of this issue.

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    1. nawa oooh, only God knows the reason why you left. Thank God for your life oo

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    2. Hmmmmm, hope ure kk Anonymous 15:49? It is well with you.

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    3. Your husband tried to tape somebody and you didn't leave him bc of that. Na wah

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  3. well said... buh there are still a lot of ungrateful ones out there that no matter the length you're willing to go through for them, it'll never be enough...#BaeisBeulah

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    1. 15:50, treating people right is the RIGHT THING to do. Do it for that reason alone and that is the ONLY THING that matters.

      Stating that some are ungrateful means you are or were doing it for what you may stand to gain.

      Kindness should have no price tag.

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    2. I agree that kindness has no price tag but I do not deserve evil in return for my goodness towards you. I don't care for your gratitude but don't plot against me.

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    3. Even the children you give birth to sometimes become evil so what more another child. If you can accept and your wayward child, you can love another child as well.

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    4. Anon 16:53May Almighty God shower blessings on you.

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    5. 16;53 &18;44. May ur days be long on Earth ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

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  4. Those who have ears let them hear..
    Evil men and women maltreating other people's kids, destroying the lives of children with their dirty actions.

    I noticed that when there's a viral reports of kids being maltreated, abandoned or even killed, many Nigerian women do not speak out against it, they instead keep mum: it shows that many of these women dish out the same bad treatment to other people's kids, their housemaids and even their own kids.

    The saying that, if husband and wife dey quarell na the house help dey suffer am is a Nigerian saying and it is real.

    I see many of them in my church back then and even the priest never stops preaching about it.

    You hear them talking about equality (which is a good thing) but, time to talk about sensitive issues concerning kids, you will not see any of them.

    Stop maltreating kids!
    Stop maltreating people!!
    Stop maltreating those under you!!!

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    1. Honestly, it's so annoying. Very wicked of them. Smh.

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    2. They won't. But I if it is husband or man matter now, they will jump out and be laying curses upandan. Confused pple

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  5. Louder! Those at the back can't hear you

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  6. Nice one. I don't know why anyone will maltreat someone else's child, but will fight heaven and earth if you dare touch theirs?. The table can always turn, so be careful

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  7. Please let's learn to treat every child that stays with us well. One of my daddies in the Lord gave a testimony of how a certain woman treated him and his brother while growing up. Looking at that my daddy today, he is one of the greatest men in Nigeria even internationally sef. If that woman were to be alive I'm sure she would have been reaping where she did not sow. Also, him and his brother would have been taking care of her because of God. But death took her away. Nobody is a write-off with God.
    Learn to treat that child right!

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    1. Daddy is what. U shallow fellow. Hisssss

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  8. Life is funny shaa ,someone children when growing up they will see their father and his brothers fighting the children naturally will support and believe everything their dad tells them ,later in life they will grow get married the cycle will continue maybe over their dad's properties or moneny๐Ÿ˜ƒwhat of house maids that were abused by their madam some of when they become madam they will become more brutal to their maid than their former madam๐Ÿ˜ƒ in Nigeria both the rich and poor are wicked ,the poor is humble cus no money while the rich is showing his true colour because money is there ,but finally treat other peoples children like your own children leave the rest for God

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    1. Your last sentence is nothing but the truth. Never trust the humility of a poor man(or woman).

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    2. Hope you people know tinubu was adopted alhaja is not his mum

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    3. but what about the houseboy that put poison in his madam and all the family food ..poor and rich are very wicked ...

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  9. This is a huge topic on which most of us are silent on. My parents mistreated their house helps for year. They in turn took out their frustrations on us. A horrible vicious circle. People of God please do good.

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    1. Growing up, l always heard my mom telling people that she won't mistreat her help so DAT they don't take it out on the kids when she isn't around. She gave her two helps out in marriage with their family's consent. We are still in touch with them today. But u see the generation of children we have now: mba. They steal, are rude, too man concious and can be evil minded. But the best one can do is imagine they are your siblings and manage them accordingly. The one with me thought she has the physical strength to handle me so she was acting up to see the extent l will go. I treated her fuck up and told her she isn't going anywhere. Her people kuma no even want make she come back. Last last we will be fine. But l deal with her the way l deal with mine. Encouragement, praises and punishment when deserved

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  10. Everybody forming they are good On SM. So who are the wicked ones????

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    1. Now that's the million dollar question. Err'body good on paper..๐Ÿคจ

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  11. A lot of Nigerian women are 'proud mums and prayer warriors' with LOVE for only their birth children. Every other woman's child especially the less privilege living with them fell from the sky and must be treated as strangers. They never learn even though they sleep in church and believe their pastor more than their husbands, they never read their bible up to the chapter about Naman's wife and her maid. It never occurs to them that a maid today can become greater than their children and even if, they still ant to use that same eyes of 'house help' to define their maids forgetting that the grave is no respecter of position, title or money.

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  12. A lot of Nigerian women are 'proud mums and prayer warriors' with LOVE for only their birth children. Every other woman's child especially the less privilege living with them fell from the sky and must be treated as strangers. They never learn even though they sleep in church and believe their pastor more than their husbands, they never read their bible up to the chapter about Naman's wife and her maid. It never occurs to them that a maid today can become greater than their children and even if, they still ant to use that same eyes of 'house help' to define their maids forgetting that the grave is no respecter of position, title or money.

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  13. Treating people Right is not a function of whether they are good or bad...but The proper way of life.
    If you feel your help is a bad person send him/her back to his parents. Every Child is a Future Generation.

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    1. God bless you greatly. This is my modus operandi. I no go bcs of another person pikin con change from good to bad or give myself hbp or a bad name

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  14. I stopped going to my friend's house because of the way she treats her help. She would abuse her, her family members etc, allow her young son slap her anyhow and match her while beating her. I got fed up and stopped visiting. She has called to ask what she did to me and apologise for what she did that she didn't know.

    I just told her I am busy with school and work. I am glad i cut the friendship peaceful. I hate wicked and inconsiderate people.

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    1. You should have advised her to stop being evil!

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    2. Olive why not talk to her about the help instead of ignoring her ? Do right so that god would bless u.. avoiding her and allowing evil to prevail is not the right thing .. pls do the right thing so that God will bless you

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    3. And you think I haven't spoken to her about it? I just ended the friendship and didn't tell her why because I felt I had spoken enough and the best was to withdraw and stop seeing the evil and biko God has blessed be greatly eh.

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    4. Please tell her to stop mistreating another's child. God bless you as you do so.

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  15. People should stop using little children as house help, period! If you're helping your relative by taking in their child, treat the child like your child, not your house help. If a stranger can look at the children and identify who is not your child, then you're not "helping" your relative, you're guilty of child labor. If we were in a working society, such people would be jailed.

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    1. I totally don't agree. I have had two of my distant relatives stay with me. The first one was very neat and she's pretty too. I remember one woman stopping me to applaud me because of her looks and I told her that it wasn't my doing. She had nice white and pink tops, she would dress well, comb hair, rub powder but she was really saucy n rude so I couldn't cope. Now the next one is very dirty, happily dirty. No matter what you buy, she will destroy it. Not comb her hair, brush her teeth or wash her clothes. She bedwets too, always smelling upon I buy deodorant n everything. I shop for her where I shop for my kids o. I used to beat her for it o but I stopped flogging totally and allow her to be the way she wants to be. If she were my child, I wouldn't take such rubbish. Even to take in Ur shoes inside when u come home, flush Ur toilet after use, problem. She's very very dirty. I have talk n tire. Recently I took her shopping where I buy my clothes, she knows how expensive these clothes are, yet she doesn't care. While I agree that many women maltreat these kids, it's actually very difficult raising a child who is comfortable with another lifestyle. Very difficult. A lot of things she does, I never tried them in my own parents house. The only reason she is still here is because of the way she cries when I want to send her home, she and her mum because honestly I won't even advise someone to deal with what I am dealing with and worse because people outside keep judging without really helping anyone. The things she does here, can she try it with her mum? No she can't and she knows she can't. I learnt patience staying with that girl, she isn't a bad person but the level of nonchalance, unseriousness and stupidity that I have never seen. But then I couldn't stand the constant begging as if I am a Messiah so I made up my mind to bear it all and ignore as much as I can. I know her mum doesn't have at all to raise her n my hubby is kind enough to raise her to university level, he too lived with someone. Sending her home on those childish characters would be unfair but also keeping her knowing how provocative it is, is also a risk. While I must agree that she has improved greatly compared to when she came, it has been one of the most challenging things I have ever done in all my life. So ppl should stop assuming what they don't know, always give exceptions

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    2. Blue, God bbles your kind heart!

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    3. Hmmm, it is both sides, some of these people too have destroyed people nice to them.

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    4. God bless you @anon 1849, the least I can do is send u back to ur comfort zone before you gibe me a bad name

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    5. @ Jelly, God bless you

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  16. MY Parents helped so many....if you see the ingratitude eh?. Me I no do abeg. I wont bring any close to me please. Wetin my eye see from people accommodated in my own home as a child na wa . Na we the child wey suffer sef. Today my Dad wonders aloud why he didnt use all his money to send us to best schools instead of sharing what he had with everybody only to be a no body to them today .


    Forget matter for Mathiais .

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    1. I absolutely agree with you. Some people are very very ungrateful. No need to waste time on them. It doesn't matter that they are kids. I have grown to realise that most of these kids were not given good home training at all because due to hardship,the focus in their homes is survival rather than values

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  17. I don't think it should be because of "what they will do for you in you later days." But, giving someone the reason to live cos personally, i've helped many people that paid me evil for my good. However, that can't stop me from helping under-privileged around me - that is the message in my book, DIFFERENT STOKES at the Amozon Book stores.

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