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Friday, April 24, 2020

Caroline Danjuma And Her Staff Fight Dirty Over Coronavirus;Theft and Threat Allegations

A domestic worker, Oyindamola Alexander, has lost her job while being treated for the coronavirus disease, which she claimed to have contracted from her boss Caroline Danjuma's son.






According to Punch,while Oyindamola was receiving treatment at the Lagos isolation centre in Onikan, former actress, Caroline Danjuma, allegedly threatened to arrest her.


Oyindamola, who was discharged on April 20 after testing negative, said she was depressed by the allegations made against her by the celebrity, who also threatened to sue her over a missing laptop.

The victim alleged that her ordeal started after Danjuma’s 11-year-old son returned from a high risk country, the United Kingdom, and started manifesting symptoms of COVID-19.

She stated that the boy’s parents, who were alarmed, contacted officials of the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control, who tested him and confirmed the positive status.

Oyindamola, a graduate of English and Literary Studies from the University of Ado Ekiti, said the health workers conducted tests on everyone in the house and she was among those who tested positive.

The 33-year-old explained that she was subsequently taken to the Onikan isolation and treatment centre.

Narrating the incident, she said, “When Danjuma employed me on March 11, 2020, she said I would supervise her domestic workers. She had a cleaner, a washer man, a driver and a cook. She said she noticed that things were not being properly done and she wanted me to coordinate them.

“A week to the lockdown, she asked if I had money for my family to stock up food. My parents are in Ekiti and my husband is in Benin, though we have some misunderstanding.

“I told her that I had yet to send money to them, but I believe that they would cope somehow. She said she would give me some money to help them. She then gave me N30,000 for which I was grateful. She never said it was my salary.”

Oyindamola added that some days later, her boss’ 11-year-old boy arrived from London.

“After coming into the country, he became ill and was tested by the NCDC; the result came in positive. Everybody in the house was tested. My boss, however, did not allow the cook to be tested. I don’t know her reason for that.



“My result came back positive and I went into isolation. I contacted my boss and asked when I would be paid for the month and that my mom was hypertensive and would need money. I told the doctors not to tell any member of my family. I knew there was nothing to panic about and that I would be fine.

“However, my boss started abusing me. She said what about the N30,000 she gave me when I had not even started working. She said the money was my salary for the month.

“She said she had been feeding me and my attitude was unbecoming, and as a matter of fact, I was no longer working with her and that I deserved what I was going through. She asked if she was the one who impregnated me.”


Oyindamola said she was surprised by Danjuma’s reaction and wondered why she did not show concern for her health.

She added, “My bed in the isolation centre was beside that of the cleaner, who also tested positive for COVID-19. Some days after, my boss told me that I had been fired and asked the cleaner and I to send our account numbers.

“She sent me N23,000 and N50,000 to the cleaner. She had apparently removed the N30,000 she gave me initially and the N7,000 she said was a refund for my missing money. She said I lied that my money was stolen.

“Two days later, she sent me a message on WhatsApp that her laptop was missing. I was fed up. I had never seen the laptop.

“She has been threatening me, saying she would get the police to arrest me. She said she had called my agent and that nobody should employ me. She said if I run away, she would post my pictures all over the social media with my details.

“While in isolation, what they did was to check our vital signs every day. That particular day, the nurse told me that my blood pressure had shot up. I later told the psychosocial agent, who was keeping a tab on me, all that had been happening.”

She noted that the social worker, who later spoke to Danjuma, said the actress threatened to sue her.

“Why is she frustrating and intimidating me? It was while working for her that I got exposed to this thing, and the other domestic worker is still in the isolation centre. Right now, I am afraid for the cook; he should be tested. Right now, I am stranded with nowhere to go. My drugs are in her place,” she added.

In the text message she sent to Oyindamola, the actress claimed that the domestic worker got infected after going out of the house without permission.

“When my boys came back, I ensured that everyone was properly protected and insisted that you did not come close to them. I was with my kids all through, but (tested) negative three times. You ‘K’ deformed legs you were always using to go out without my permission on the basis of being my friend instead of a staff got you sick; you came home and infected Chioma,” the message read in part.


Danjuma, in her reaction, described Oyindamola as a manipulator, adding that she was sacked for plotting to extort her.

She said she agreed to pay Oyindamola N60,000 monthly on compassionate grounds.

The actress noted that the domestic worker, whom she employed as a nanny, went out several times without permission, adding that the second domestic worker caught the virus, because she stayed in the same room with Oyindamola.

Danjuma noted that in a week, two domestic workers left the house because of Oyindamola’s oppressive attitude.

She denied that her son tested positive for the COVID-19, adding that no member of her family had the virus.

The celebrity also told PUNCH Metro that she isolated the child upon his arrival from London and called the NCDC for tests in line with the government’s directives.

She stated, “An innocent child! Should I call my son to tell you that Oyin is trying to blackmail him to extort money from his parents? My son is negative; we are all negative.

“Oyin does not work in the house. She orders people around. She is rude. I just cannot stay with her. She is not the only one working for me. I still have others. All others are still working for me and I am paying them.

“If she has COVID-19, is Lagos State not providing for her? You have COVID-19 and you are abusing me, are you possessed? You are saying all sorts of nonsense about me.

“Oyin started working with me on March 12 and she started showing some signs. She was always looking tired. You tell her to climb the staircase and she is breathing heavily. She later said she had ulcer.

“When somebody has gone through marital woes, all she needs is not to work for anybody. She needs a psychologist to tell her that the world is not against her.”

Danjuma added that less than a week after her employment, she paid Oyindamola N30,000 as part of her salary, wondering why she would think the money was a gift.

She also said she bought drugs for all her workers, including the COVID-19 survivor.

She added, “My children came back on March 23. I told the doctor to come and test them and they tested me as well. It was not because of anything. They were not sick. I took everybody for the test.

“Oyin has never been proud of working for me. She tells people I am her friend. She tells other workers that whenever I am not around, she is the boss. She wants to control them.

“I know how much I spent feeding three adults, who I don’t really need in my house, and the kids. I have tried. This woman is the most ungrateful soul I have seen. When she tested positive, I called an ambulance and I ensured that the estate did not know about it so that she is not stigmatised.

“She stayed in the main house and shared a room with the other girl. I was calling to check up on her and pray with her while in isolation. Then one day, she called and said she wanted to be paid. And I blasted her. And before you know it, she said she contracted COVID-19 in my house.

“I was surprised and I said which son? It was at that point that I went off on her.”



*Hmmmmmmmm..na waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah..let me not say anything except that bad behaviour stinks like body odour..

206 comments:

  1. I believe Caroline. The domestic worker is not been truthful.

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    1. A graduate doing house help collecting 60k a month. It is well with this country. What's the need of going to school den. Rubbish

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    2. Nawa

      The domestic worker is not nice. How can someone give you 30k out of her own benevolence for a week's job and you had nerve to ask for salary for work you didn't even complete? Then running to the press??? U get Caro for mind before before abeg...

      As for Caro; her anger, anxiety and restlessness shows her son probably has the stuff. He's getting big man treatment at home instead of isolation centre. Caro is worked up , which is so normal for a mum over a disease killing people anyhow. And she loves that her cutie son sooo much.

      My take; Oyin deserves a sack after this. She's not a nice person at heart. Someone not nice at heart cannot be trusted this close. If her working for Caro was office, woulda asked that she doesn't sack her.

      Caro on the other hand is not being empathetic at all here. C'mon, you are a mother. They got this stuff from your son. You shouldn't have reacted that way. You would have endured (knowing how she became sick) and sent the so called salary which is change for you. Ensure they are catered for at isolation centre. Once she recovers, you terminate her service.

      You see this celeb life, e no easy. Your business is everybody's business. People around you will ALWAYS be scheming to drag you down. You have to ALWAYS be smart.

      I wish everyone of them speedy healing. Including that little cutie that tells his mum *I know I am handsome😊*...

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    3. Them go they alright. But if caroline called NCDC to test all of them then the domestic staff story seem not to be adding up here

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    4. Walayi I believe caros side of the story

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    5. My dear am a graduate and getting a job is not easy,60k might help her solve her problem nd beside she has problem wit her husband,probably she needed to stay away from him....all did celeb are terrible people at times cos fame and money gets into d head like alcohol.....

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    6. Anon 15:53, pls stop being unreasonable and insensitive. If you went to work for someone and you contracted COVID 19 from your boss' son, asking for salary though you haven't worked for a month is even too considerate. I would have asked to be compensated to say the least.

      Caroline is obviously lying. She mentioned that she didn't want her neighbours to know Oyin had the virus to avoid her being stagmatized. In light of this one can imagine the lenght she will go to hide that her son tested positive. This girl will not go public with this story if her son did not test positive knowing that the NDDC have the records.

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    7. 16:25, your hate and bitterness for caro is worrisome.

      Some of y'all just hate rich people. You just want them to go down because you are sad they have privileges you don't have.

      You are the unreasonable one here who needs a brain check. Your oyin is wrong. She could have asked her for assistance and NOT salary!

      She hasn't even worked for the so called salary.

      If caro was bad, she wouldn't have even given her the 30k. Didn't she know the boy was coming from London? Why didn't she quit her job knowing he was coming from a high risk country?

      Let's hear word abeg! Y'all want riches, but once anything involves a rich person; you become BLIND to truth.

      May God help y'all. Mtchewww

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    8. Clear communication is extremely important. Caroline should have stated without a shadow of doubt that the 30k is part of her salary. If she had, Oyin would not have asked for her salary at the end of the month. It is Oyin's right to ask for salary. Because my boss gives me gifts doesn't mean I forfeit the right to my salary, I worked and EARNED the salary.

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    9. Hmmm. Could it be a coincidence?

      An 11 year old boy who is the same age with Caroline's son was discharged from the covid-19 isolation centre on April 11th.

      While the caregiver was discharged on April 20th.

      This lock down has turned me to an amebo investigative journalist

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    10. Domestic worker from hell. No good behavior but you want her to dash you money. Thief

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    11. 2 sides to every story. Am no more taking sides on internet Never again ⭕️

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    12. But NCDC discharged a boy of 11 years recently now...

      HABA madam Caro, fear God. Your son has been discharged.
      Caro do one thing for Oyin, make sure she arrives Ekiti safe as per the Lockdown.

      Caro and Oyin stop lying.

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    13. Butterscotch, you be correct journalist! Lmaoooo.

      An 11 year old 'fair' in complexion young boy... so they say..

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    14. I can totally relate. The stress my staff are giving me Now. I wish I could send each and everyone one away so they can understand what their mates are going through during this covid period. Bunch of ungrateful human beings always feeling entitled.


      I was going to run mad today shouting! Bunch of ingrates

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  2. Nawa... who's side of the story will one now believe.

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    1. I will sit on the fence on this one.

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    2. I'll agree with you abrodian. The story is somehow

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    3. Whose report shall we believe?

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    4. I believe Caroline please. The domestic worker is entitled. If you are not proud of your job, then quit! No one is forcing you to work.Nonsense.

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    5. Lhurve, the Lord's report 😊

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  3. Its being long I heard any news about her,why come back with a fight Caro?

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  4. Which kain wahala and story be dis naa? At this time too? las las the truth go still come out sha....

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  5. That Oyindamola must be a horrible person.

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    1. And you came to this conclusion based on what?

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    2. Very horrible. The man who married her tried. Entitlement mentality, pride, jealousy, destroy her syndrome.

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  6. This story is incomplete. Since Oyin contracted Covid 19 from Danjuma's son but the mother didn't,does it mean madam is saying the truth. Why is the boss maid demanding for extra pay?after 53000,so she decided to tarnish madam' s reputation because of entitlement mentality. It's well

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    1. You people should just stop!
      You guys are so used to a bad system that you have failed to see that domestic workers have rights too.

      There should be a contract signed somewhere.

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    2. Did you read this story. All of Carolines kids plus Caroline herself were tested and her NEGATIVE.

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    3. Ms A who and who should shut up? Maggot.. that house keeper is proud and wants to extort money from Caroline. Why call your boss your friend.. I believe even if she acted nicely Caroline would have still given her something.. So you expect her to dash her 30k for what?? I'm sure that's how you are also entitled and forcefully grab things from people. NONSENSE

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    4. Abeghi. All of you are here typing like you were there with your CORO CORO EYES. Say what you know biko.

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    5. Where in my comment did I wrote "shut up"?

      You are the maggot.

      I know this post is going to be littered by Carolyn hungry followers and even Carolyn herself.

      What is wrong in gifting your domestic worker money?

      You're full of shit you thrash.

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    6. Mrs A😍😍😍😍😍

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    7. OIL, where did you see shut up in Ms.A's comment? You even called her out of her name.. you look mighty silly now, don't ya?

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    8. And you had to call her a maggot for what exactly? You can state your case without being so condescending.
      Nobody feeds anybody here. We are not your domestic staff. Be guided!!!

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    9. Can you comment without throwing insults at BVS? Please we are adults,let's act as one.

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    10. Perxian, it's obviously auto correct error,but you chose to talk because you always want to have a say.. have always known your pretty fair good of English is not synonymous to your sense of reasoning. Hope you are happy with yourself

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    11. They both had faults.
      Asking how Caro dint get the virus is ridiculous, Chioma davido got the virus and no one else did so I'll say Caros son actually had the virus, she also did so much to cover it not cus her help would be stigmatized but also because her kids would be major suspects. Caro should have also stated the money wasnt a gift cus i dont see anything wrong with Oyin asking for her money.
      The help is also manipulative and wicked if she truly treated other staff as if they were beneath her, and shouldn't have brought the story to the press.
      They both seem to have a lot of anger issues.

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    12. Really, auto correct error? 🀦🏻‍♀️
      It's okay to say sorry when you misread, dear OIL.

      You are still looking mighty silly coming for me because i pointed out your poor judgment. Do better

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    13. Nwanem @OIL let it go,and let love lead😍

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    14. OIL,
      Biko, what the heck is pretty fair good of English?!

      Ms A never said shut up in her comment, you owe her an apology.

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    15. In the least you recognized "her pretty fair use of English"
      Oh cmon you even had to flatter lol

      @perxian is a role model, deal with it!

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    16. Caro may have initially wanted to dash her the money but her behavior pissed her off. She can’t do such a humble job, let her go look for a big woman’s job.

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    17. How hard they work to stay relevant ehn makes you wonder! Backup ids always springs out to clean their mess. Oriegwu!

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    18. @Liz RespectπŸ€—πŸ˜πŸ˜

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    19. @Liz RespectπŸ€—πŸ˜πŸ˜

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    20. Hahahah I observed the new IDs o🀣🀣

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    21. Role model to who? @tailor Agbaya buahahahaha

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  7. I think sisi caro is lying

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  8. I don't believe that Oyin girl. Things are not adding up. She was employed for less than a month. Symptoms of covid start showing around the 14 day mark. If the child was positive, the child, parents and household will all be in isolation. Hmm

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    1. The whole story doesnt just add up. Judging from the time frame everything happened and her recovery. Well what do I know sef

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    2. The virus wasnt that rampant by the second week of march, so saying Oyin contacted it from her waka waka doesnt count.
      Most of the people who had it then were those who just got into the country.

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    3. Symptoms don't always wait to start at 14 days, though. The average time for symptoms to start is between 5-6 days, but they can start any where from after 2 to 14 days of exposure. She could've gotten her symptoms less than a week after exposure

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    4. Same way Chioma had the virus and all Davido’s 32-man gang didn’t. Please think holistically!

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  9. This bloody runs girl Carolina should shut the fuck up.


    We know how you idiots treat domestic workers in Nigeria. The laptop story is just a ruse to get the woman to get scared and not call her and her son out.

    She claims she hid it from the estate so the maid is not stigmatized, I laugh in French. 🀣🀣🀣 When did yeyebrities begin to care for others other than themselves?

    You bloody bitch endangered other people's lives because of your maid? Lie of the century. Shebi you said she got it from outside, that means the giver was also spreading it in the estate and it would be best to alert everyone. God punish you for treating another person's child like this.



    Karma is real Carolina. Knowing your origins and how you were conceived, one would expect you treat others well.

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    1. By reading this I know you are full of bile

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    2. Oyin the unfriendly friend, i hope you get a better job post Covid-19 and fix your life, so you can stop being jealous of your friends.
      Stories like this is the reason i don't have friends.

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    3. Your hatred of Caroline runs deep in your soul. She was/is a dirty runs girl. But that does not mean she was lying. The information provided by Caroline is verifiable. All we have to do is check flight logs etc Oyin was employed for less than a month before she fell sick and she admitted she was paid/gifted money. Where I live, if you do not work your full calendar month you do not get paid. Oyin is a graduate. Does she have a contract? Oyin herself said Caroline dashed the cleaner next to her in hospital money. What is the relevance of that? Again, do not let hatred blind you from looking at facts objectively.

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    4. You just yarned nonsense. She got it outside. Does it now mean it's in the estate?

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    5. @ANON 14:57. I hope when you die , it won't be written on your obituary that cause of death is hate and envy. If you are a woman do your own runs lucratively to be able to employ at least 4 people and pay salary monthly but incase you are a man and you are this bitter, then you were brought up with bitterness!

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    6. Caroline don go under anonymous dey reply people. The way the rich oppress the poor in Nigeria is just sickening!

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    7. Anon 14:57, may hatred not kill you.

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    8. Anon 16:29
      You wish everyone would hate her like you do? Sorry o, go and nurse your bitterness.

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    9. Poverty is a decease, it come with bitterness too.

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  10. Missed communication. That is why I like people who are explicit in their communication, why not tell her that the 30k is part of her salary? You made her believe as if it was a gift. And the girl in her sides might have open her wide mouth talking and the other staffs sold her out. Caroline how many times I called you, you are always in the news for wrong things. Please repent.

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    1. Caroline is not to be blame, she did what ought to be done.

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    2. E fit be gift. Maybe as the poor girl get the virus she change her mind. If she is not dumb. This coro time you dey employ worker without testing dem before they enter your house to work.

      This caro self must really have a dirty attitude too. From her narration you will know.

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    3. Why would she assume it was a gift? Do they have a previous relationship that would make Caroline give her 30k as a gift?

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    4. Yes it's possible she intended giving her but probably changed her mind n decided to make it part of her salary when she discovered the Oyin is an ungrateful element. I wonder the calling out. Now help may be far from her if care is not taken. Dash to dash Ni. She doesn't deserve the daeh then madam dashed her hope

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  11. Dajunma seem to be lying here. Did your son just came back from London or not . From Her narrative she is trying so hard to spoil the girls imagine. Abeg na dem sabi

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    1. She confirmed her children came back from the abroad and ALL tested negative. Unless she's lying about the test results....

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    2. So everyone that came back from UK has to have Corona virus?
      Pls read again,she and her kids have been tested several times and are NEGATIVE. All other staff were also tested and only Oyin and the cleaner she shares a room with tested POSITIVE.
      Im trying to understand what Caroline will gain by spoiling the girls image. Is the girl a celebrity? Wont you defend urself is someone is carrying rumours her son has Covid and infected her. It rather seems shes trying to extort Caroline bcos she believes she caught Covid in her home and she deserves to be hugely compensated.
      Madam Oyin this is not UK you can sue for workers compensation o. First you have to have evidence you actually contacted Covid while under employment and you have no proof because you were said not to observe lockdown and only you and ur room-mate tested positive.

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    3. Even in the Uk, doctors, nurses and health workers who died while looking after covid patients have not been compensated. The girl's story is just not adding up.

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  12. There is no how Caroline would not have her Cook tested. That's a hole in the lady's account.
    I don't want to sound off as stereotype but her marital issues could have affected her attitude. Coupled with the fact that she is a graduate, she might have struggled to adjust to sharing domestic tasks with the others.
    Glad the lady has been discharged from the Isolation Centre. Let her focus on helping her family. Caroline can give her a final pay off token, na beg I dey beg.
    Now I can go under the shade and drink a chilled glass of palmy while reminiscing on what Chiwetalu Agu would have said

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  13. Oyindamola court case fall on you!

    Why disclose a minors aliment, without the consent of his parents? And the Punch newspapers.. You have advisers oh.

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    1. Thank you,Sapio. She wanted to blackmail Carol. If Carol had given her 100000,she would still have come back for more in the future. Why expose a child?. People will now be afraid to help graduates and separated women who need help because of the baggage they are seen to carry.This one is a nasty Nancy ,but she just met a cantankerous Carol.

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    2. So you're siding Caro before you want to be helped as a single mother or as a jobless graduate ?

      You guys are so myopic with the way you think.. is it even sensible for a graduate to be working as a nanny or whatever for 60k ?
      This women's is lying, plain and simple but you all don't want to say it because it's Caro or because you like her and to you, she can't do no wrong.
      Wake up and stop being stupid.

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    3. Caro is not saying the truth. She gave the lady hope and left her stranded. There is God o and no one knows morrow.

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  14. The truth will surely come out. Caroline between you and that lady, it's only God and your other staffs knows the truth if your son tested positive and where she got infected.

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  15. Are you saying you believe her Stella!!!. God the one that nothing can be hidden, the truth will judge the guilty party.
    Caroline is not being truthful at all and the nanny. God, poverty is a fucking bastard. My children and I will never serve our mates in jealous name. It is well

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    1. Aunty,there is dignity in labour. What is wrong with having a boss your mate? Stop with the silly mentality

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    2. Yes, Caro is not truthful with her story , let use our sense when we have to judge both side.
      Once it's celebrity, Nigerians lost their senses both old and young and the one you think should be able to say the truth.

      If it's not Caro, I believe majority of people here would have blmae the madam but since it's someone thy like, she can't do no wrong in their eyes.

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    3. "..in jealous name" tho. 🀣

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  16. Help your friends from afar, but never bring them into your home, that's a lesson i learned from a very young age.
    Some people are very very very ungrateful, even if you chop off your hands for them, it will never be enough.
    I can't say for sure how the maid got the virus, but all these would not be in the public, if she wasn't Caro's friend: bear in mind that the steward in in same isolation centre, and hasn't deemed it fit to call the press, but who did? Her dear 'friend'. Smh

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  17. I'm inclined to believe Caroline but talking about the lady's marital woes like she doesn't have firsthand experience. That's not cool.

    Those who live in glass house shouldn't throw stones. Focus on your issues with her.

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    1. No, caro has been through that, that is why she is saying that she needs to heal first.

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  18. I read where the domestic worker said, " Now i have no where to go to" She wanted to work and live with her forever? She paid your half salary and told you to go. I will quietly leave and not go as far as granting interview to newspapers. I don't know why i don't believe your story Oyin

    Caroline did bad, in the sense that, she would had let her be okay first, before accusing, sacking up and down. Why not check up on her, till she's okay. Then call her and dismiss her in a good and better way

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    1. Go where? U didn’t read she came from Ekiti? Or u don’t know there is inter state lock down? Am not supporting neither o! Just pointing something u missed⭕️

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  19. Where did she get it from if not from her place of work. Did she work somewhere before joining Caroline? A lot of questions need to be answered. Meanwhile, Covid-19 is not sexually transmitted so it's not a case of waka-waka. Afterall Davido tested negative twice but Chioma had it. We should not be judgemental about this kolovirus!

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    1. WAKA WAKA doesn't mean someone who sleeps around. It means someone who doesn't stay in one place. Always moving from one place to another

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  20. These so called celebrities and their pettiness. Missing laptop and arrest bla bla bla
    And they will always be faking happiness and generosity on the social media.
    Tufiakwa. Treat others as you will like them to treat you. 🀷🏻‍♀️🀷🏻‍♀️🀷🏻‍♀️🀷🏻‍♀️

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    1. C'mon, anon. That laptop could contain important files and information, what is petty about looking for your missing item?

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    2. When somethn miss in your house dont ask or complain because its petty.
      See talk im sure your the type that count meat in ur pot and if one miss its beating on round. Nonsense

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    3. So celebs pluck money from stress abi? dont be silly.

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    4. That laptop could be Apple 🍎, you know????

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    5. Lillysimple even if the laptop is banana, is it post office stamp they use to buy it.

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  21. The story is disjointed. I just hope they sort themselves out.

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  22. Caroline should know that our immune levels are not the same. Some people catch infections faster.

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  23. Most of these domestic workers are wicked!!..
    Even if you cut your head and give them..
    Very ungrateful beings!..
    The worst is those people from the north,kai,I have had my own share of them..
    Caroline,I understand you perfectly,,.
    See the idiot they were paying 60k monthly.

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    1. You are right.
      I have had a fair share, and if wishes were horses, i'ld rather not have anyone in my house

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    2. Honestly queen. They can be very ungrateful.
      But let’s not be revivalistic about it cause funny enough the best maid my sister had was a northern woman.

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    3. *tribalistic

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  24. I believe Caroline

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    1. Same here. The worker just want to tarnish her image.

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  25. Oh! She's Carolina's staff wow I read her story on FIN where sje said she was been threatened for putting it on her WhatsApp status and some people in authority asked her to bring her post down. I don't know who to believe, that she came back negative is enough for Oyin.

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  26. So, Carolyn children returned from high risk country and then, she called the NCDC to come and immediately run a coronavirus test on them, please, what is the NCDC guidelines again?

    Why is the NCDC going to the rich and the mighty homes to run coronavirus tests?

    The minister of health, the state government and NCDC have to answer lots of questions.

    There was no form of 14 days self isolation that is recommended by the WHO and NCDC.

    Is there a cover up somewhere?

    Wasn't there a form of signed contract between Carolyn and her domestic workers?

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    1. Madam A read again. Did you read the part Caroline said her kids were on isolation when they came back and she was the one taking care of them.
      Even abroad if you have the means you will get tested especially if you just came from an high risk country. Nothing unusual there.

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    2. @Bed and roses, Nigeria is not like other countries.

      You want to believe Carolyn so much but, refused to believe the domestic worker side of the story.

      They conducted the test thrice, like seriously?

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    3. Ms.A, Caroline alerted them because of her kids travel history so yeah, it is paramount they come to her.

      I don't see any foul play/cover up but i do see Caroline's contempt shining through.

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    4. Common Mrs A, when this pandemic started we were asked to call the NCDC lines and they come to your house and run the test. It’s just recently they started putting centers for testing.
      The most important thing is doing the right thing, which is getting tested when you are coming in from a foreign country, which is what she did. Plus she said they were on isolation.
      What about those people that travel in from foreign countries and don’t even go to testing centers much less calling NCDC...and still put others at risk by lying about it?
      Let’s quit this rich man thing this and that, it’s part of the pros of being a rich man whether we like it or not. It’s also like that in other countries.

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    5. Chio MsA, even a very poor man that drives taxi, had the symptoms and NCDC came to his house, to test him oh chio

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    6. Don’t try and form what you don’t know. They were not testing every returnee in bRoad’ Nigeria. People were asked to self isolate but if they became ill were tested. Even ‘abroad’ you only get tested if you are ill. When you got back from foreignntravel you were asked to isolate for 14 days and only got tested if you fell ill. This lady was not so ill that she had respiratory problems so what made them decide of all the people around to test someone who was ill but not so bad because she was confident enough she would recover and so did not tell her family. Caroline’s reaction makes me suggest her son did test positive and she doesn’t want people to know. I don’t know why people behave as if it is domething only bad people catch or that is sexually transmitted. How come they don’t lie about catching malaria but lie about corona. Caroline did not treat this lady nicely. Even if really her son did not have it, it might be from the lady she shares room with. Now pinning theft of a laptop on her? Please people should fear God!!!

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    7. You said a poor man with the Wuhan coronavirus symptoms.

      According to the domestic worker, Carolyn son was sick but, according to Carolyn, her son wasn't sick at all even though they just returned from a high risk country. That means, she just decided to call them because she has easy access to them, being a Danjuma.

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    8. Whatever it is they were ALL tested and that is the job of NCDC. Whether they were tested in a clinic,Caro's bedroom or in ASO rock. They did their job.
      Did Davido's Chioma show symptoms before before they tested 30 of them.
      If your loved one just came back from a high rate country and you have the means pls DONT TEST them because you are trying to form WOKE. Leave the Covid to manifest and get to a level they need ventilator.
      Everyone is entitled to a test if not of lack of availability. You dont now need to start hating on a mother because shes concerned about the health of her kids. Leave yours and do nothing as a woke person.

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    9. Her son was definitely showed signs and that's why NCDC was called. Simple.

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    10. Push up you can show signs and be negative. Did Sydney that comedian not show signs. Did he not insist to be treated. Except someone shows real proof Carolines son tested positive we cant conclude.

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    11. Caro stop lieing.NCDC said an 11 years old boy was discharged from the isolation center here in Lagos and that child is your son.

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    12. Madam A.its called privilege of being rich and connected.If you know some people in Nigeria,NCDC can even bring a whole Hospital to your house wether you are showing symptoms or not.

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  27. In this situation it is best to sit on the fence , hard to side anyone as i don't know who is saying the truth.

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  28. I am not there so I can't judge. Let them sort it out rightly and not pervade justice. Even if they do, God listens to the prayer of the just.

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  29. "I know how much I spent feeding three adults, who I don’t really need in my house" so why keep them if you dont need them. This una story get many coma.

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  30. Caroline's comments are so cold hearted that I believe everything Oyin said about her. I also do not believe that she called the NCDC without her son showing symptoms. It is so obvious who is lying here... Maybe Oyin has entitlement for hoping the 30k was a gift but that's about it. Caroline is cold hearted. K leg and marital woes indeed!😏

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    1. It's very glaring, she's a bad person.
      She was feeding three adults she's doesn't need but she kept them as a staff.
      Like she shes doing them a favor by employing them.

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    2. She wasn't coldhearted towards her from the start of the story. I feel she changed when the staff asked for her salary (we never can tell the way she demanded for it), developed the self entitlement spirit and revealed private information about her family to the press /public especially about a young child. As a mother would you expect her not defend her own fiercely

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    3. Why are you people so poor in the brain?if you have money or know people,you can call NCDC and they will come and test you without showing symptoms.Hustle abeg so that the things rich people do won’t look impossible to your poor mind.

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  31. Let d punch confirm if d boy is tested positive we will know who is saying d true

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  32. Wahala! I kinda believe Caro sha, but let me not conclude yet

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  33. So who are we to believe now?
    Quick recovery to Onyin,Change your attitude if what Caro said about you is true.
    Caro, If there's an atom of truth in her writeup accept for the part she said she thought you dashed her 30000 naira, Nne you apologize to her and become a better person.
    You people should settle amicably.

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  34. Did Caroline's child test positive? If true, then the staff is saying the truth. If not, then the staff is lying

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    1. Its Carolyn words against hers... If only the NCDC were transperent..

      There's no way anyone outside Carolyn family will know if her son tested positive or not.

      If anyone in that house were not showing any symptoms, there would have been no need to call the unprofessional staffs of NCDC to come "waste" test kits.

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  35. Hmm. People will lose jobs because of COVID-19 even if they recovered.

    Caroline should have shown empathy and still paid the lady while she's recovering even if she wouldn't take her back into her home. What is 30k to Caroline Danjuma? Is her hair up to that amount?

    Before you do give away, ensure your staff are well taken care of, shikena.

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    1. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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    2. Dem go dey do giveaway but people around them are suffering..
      Fake life everywhere..

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  36. This oyin woman like trouble. Someone paid you 30k. You still want to collect another money. No wonder she has issues with her husband. Even though she didn't tell you it's your salary; you should have known

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    1. Just look at what you wrote... No wonder she has issues with her husband?!

      She should have known that it is her salary?
      No wonder the system is so bad

      Some of you lack honesty

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    2. If someone gives me 30k barely few weeks after resuming work, I will either ask if it's from my salary or just believe that it is. Why will she just give her 30k like that? Did she also give the other staff or what did she do to deserve the 30k freebie alone? Except she specifically said "Oyin,I'm dashing you this money, it's not part of your salary".

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    3. At anon 17:05 you are correct

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  37. My heart goes out to the domestic staff of the rich who possibly had covid-19 from their travels. When they get infected, they are on their own. Your rich boss will fire you and take care of his/her family.

    So domestic staff of the rich, protect yourselves or resign from your work.

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    1. Of course, The domestic staffs will always pay the price.

      Especially in a country like Nigeria where there are no domestic staff rights

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    2. Mrs A go and seat down and stop masturbating allover. Defender of the poor as if being poor automatically makes you a victim or saint.
      When peoples grandfathers and fathers were working what was theres doing. That is how people will be telling me you come from a rich home yen yen.
      My father that made the money his own father was a local fisher man. My father sent himself to school by doing menial jobs. After that he trained all his siblings in school and raised them up. He was an Engineer and rose through the ranks at work before setting up his own company. Where was the father of those poor ones too. I hate all this rich versus poor stories. I cant side anyone based on only them being poor so they are victims. Many are poor because they are simply lazy. Not every rich man is raised with a silver spoon. They had same opportunity the poor man too had. Only a handful of rich people are born into wealth. Some their work ethic you cant even do it. Some sleep just 4hours a day having back to back meetings.

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    3. 17.44 it is very very WRONG and inappropriate for you to be asking what other people's fathers or grandfathers were doing. Do you know the circumstances of their lives? Do you know there are hardworking people who are poor? You think life is all about efforts.

      You better be careful because the so called wealth you are bragging about is very TRANSIENT.

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    4. @17:44 it's *sit* down not "seat down".

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    5. 19:06 loll. Leave it.

      It is responding based on the limitations of its wisdom

      Loll.

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  38. Caro's story is more believable biko. Oyin, sort yourself out and stop looking for cheap publicity. How much do you expect Caro to dash you this season? Is she plucking money? Is she ya mama?

    But maybe the boy brought in the covid sha or maybe not.

    I don't like living with so many people. Cleaner, cook, driver, washerman. Which one is washerman again? Why not merge cleaner and cook and pay 80-100k? Is it everyday you clean house? Moreover, you have a freezer. When she cooks, she keeps in the fridge for the next one week. Then why do you need nanny for grown children? Well, maybe because of the lock down. Make person no die for children wahala.But you can still merge nanny work for the cleaner/cook and pay her more. Abi? πŸ˜•

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    1. Not when you live in a Big house. Cleaning the whole house, washing toilets,running errands,arranging the rooms,cleaning the compounds maybe etc etc ..I personally have a cleaner who comes everyday but I do all the cooking .

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    2. Merge ke, some of these rich kids wahala na raise to power 999, the cook/cleaner/nanny will faint one day be that.

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    3. 15:41 Abi o. Merge the cleaner and the washer man.
      Infact merge that with the driver and security and cook and just pay 120k lasan.
      How many times do they open gate?
      Is it every day they use to drive out?
      Abeg merge them jare...egbe...

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  39. She mentioned NCDC officials came to the house and tested all of them and her son was positive, abi wasnt that what she said. So there has to be a record of her son testing positive or when he was in isolation, a very simple background check will tell who is lying here

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    1. If there were investigative journalists in Nigeria, this will be sorted out in no time.

      But, for now, let's believe Carolyn and call the domestic worker that contracted the Wuhan coronavirus while still performing duty liar.

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    2. Do you people have eyes you use to read or its just comprehension problem.

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  40. Don't know who to believe. They will be alright last last.

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  41. One thing I know for a fact is that Caro should look after her kids! Those children lack manners very arrogant and she sees nothing wrong in that.

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  42. Ms A how much have you gifted anyone recently?? Caro is even nice to have given her 30k about a week to resumption of her job.If she gifts all her staff 30k monthly then what will be left of her! I dont know caro from Adam but I dislike people with entitlement mentality.

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    1. It is not called entitlement mentality, (I totally hate entitlement mentality) it is what a domestic worker is entitled to.

      I just gifted two people who are not my family members 100€ yesterday and today, yes, I did this after I read what Stella posted continuously for three days and also after reading BV the Mystery Woman's comment in one of the spontaneous post.

      Gifting people money is not a big deal in my world and I am not even an inch close to being rich as Carolyn.

      Mind you, I get gifted money in thousands sometimes.

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    2. Lollll @OIL, this your poor man thinking sha......lmaooooo. kpele.
      That 30k that is looking like billions in your eye ehn, is what one person can spend on a very single light meal here in Lagos. A lot of times much more.
      Lolll.

      That 30k is like kobo kobo is some peoples eye.

      As an employer, any good you can do to your domestic staff, do it.
      Because those ones, anything can off their brain at anytime and they will finish you.

      And what is your business in asking what anyone else has gifted, people like you are the stingiest of the lot. Even used clothes that are dead and gone would be a problem for you to let go.

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  43. Only God knows the truth. Thank God she has recovered and I hope the other cleaner too gets better soon .

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  44. This part got me mute: You ‘K’ deformed legs you were always using to go out without my permission on the basis of being my friend instead of a staff got you sick;

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  45. People that are waiting for NDCD to confirm the status of the boy, you will all wait tire. The boy is a Danjuma and his uncle are the movers and shakers of the country.
    I believe the lady's story as per status, she has nothing to gain by speaking to Punch and she has entitlement mentality that Caroline must settle since she caught the virus in her house but with her coming out, she has lost. I hope they will not silence her.

    Also, this confirms the rumor that the virus is more on the Island and most are receiving treatment at home.

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    1. Thank you anonymous 17:03! This is Nigeria and this never works in the other people's favour.

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    2. That's it. Most have with but staying at home and don't want the world to know tht are nursing virus at home..

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  46. Lesson her is : Never employ someone who is "just managing the job" or doing the job based on "conditions". If someone is not ready and willing to do do their job then pls do them a favour and avoid them.
    Talking from first hand experience. Avoid friends and families too.

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  47. Caroline's story is all over the place. So is she going to say nobody left the premises to get food or hygiene products for the household for an entire month? If the staff needed medication or maxi pads how would she get it if she doesn't leave the house? Even in lockdown you still have to go out for essentials, so making it seem like the woman left for no good reason "without her permission" tells me that she is lying. Because every reasonable person knows that we still need to go outside to purchase needed items.

    Another thing, who employs a complete stranger in the middle of a pandemic? If she already had staff then wouldn't a normal thinking person just leave it at that. A house manager is not a necessity. It appears that Caroline did not want to speak to or deal with her staff which would make her hire someone in the middle of a global pandemic for a non-essential position. This says something about her character and perhaps issues of classism and elitism.

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    1. 17:47 did you read my mind?
      Caroline's story is really all over the place! It's obvious Caroline is lying.


      Then she went personal and attacked the staff with her marital woes.
      That's really tasteless. Goes to show that her marriage to a Danjuma didn't refine her.

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  48. Nasty nanny. Poor people are always entitled and ungrateful. They simply hate anyone who is rich, like you should give them all you own. Caroline was nice enough to pay her part of her salary in advance so she can take care of her family and this is what she gets.

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    1. Well said, thankGod she's OK now, she should be grateful for life and go and hide herself one corner.

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    2. Amber that's not true and I am in no way poor.

      Entitlement mentality could come from the rich or the poor. It's just the attitude of ingratitude and covetousness.

      I actually DO NOT BELIEVE Caroline side of the story.

      It was wrong for her staff to have gone to the press and moved on with her life.

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  49. Let's not forget that on April 11th 2020, an 11 year old boy was among those that were discharged from Lagos State Isolation Centre. This was announced by the Governor. (Google is your friend)


    Scroll up, read and understand the write up before arriving at a conclusion and blaming the caregiver.

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    1. Hmmmm. I believe the caregiver. Caroline's story from her own lips does not paint her in a good light. So this woman who was once married and a mother to young children cannot cook? The chef was not to be testedπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ the stove must put fear in her as much as dealing with her own staff members does to have to hire someone to deal with them in a global pandemic no less. Then the way she speaks about the ladies sharing a room and how she mentions the other staffer without even a name as though she is nothing or nobody.

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  50. not sure whose story is true, but the genesis seems to be the 30k. Please whenever you are giving someone money please be clear about its purpose

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  51. Having read both statements from both parties....I believe Caroline ...this so called graduate house helps are not all they are cut out to be, everyone in Nigeria is a hustler by any means, that church they attend, no dey reach heart. I throw way salute for Naija ooo!

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  52. As long as I get my meal ticket through you? I owe it to be loyal to you, whenever I feel aggrieved? I find away of having a peaceful resolution, because, most people out there will be afraid to relate with you judging from you attitude,no matter how right you are. You boss is your boss until you start your own biz and manage people.

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  53. And we should really stop this public announcement of some people hating because someone is rich and all that, so irritating πŸ™„πŸ™„, telling someone the truth doesn't translate to jealousy. In this case I will support the madam, the lady in question will be going back into the labour market with bad CV, she can be exploited because of ' let it not happen again' syndrome. And her new boss would be looking for any slight mistake...

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  54. You lots are wicked! So i started work at your place and got COVID-19 from your son and you give me 30k and I should dance for joy???? Oh the sheer wickedness!

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  55. Oyindamola, contact Femi Falana SAN... If you're sure of what you're saying

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  56. She should be made to compensate all her workers for missed pay and catching the sickness from her child. She even had the guts to fire them, if you do this abroad that worker will own you. What if they died? LASG should step in since they have data on those who were sick or those who weren’t.

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    1. Cant you people read or just naturally daft. Caroline and her kids tested and are negative. And they have repeated the test several times.
      If i was Caroline better just release the results. This witch is a blackmailer.

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    2. They read but they read in between the lines because they have good brains.

      You read and believed what Caroline garbled out hook, line and sinker.

      Where I don't agree with her staff, Oyin is going to the press.

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  57. They both said their truth at some points but also told some lies at some points. They are both wrong. But above every other thing this period, health is paramount(yours and that of your family members), cos some people are gone not because they don't have money. just stay grateful.

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  58. This here is wrong on all levels. These househelps treat sick oga and children with no fear for themselves. This is the same thing as a nurse or doctor treating a patient without protective gears. Caroline, you may have given her money upfront as sign up bonus but that does not negate the fact that you owe the woman. If that was part of hersalary she should have been told upfront so as to know and plan. The lady did nothing wrong in asking for her salary. Also, the ncdc was called. Obviously, cannot have been called for your help but for your son. Let us all take it easy. This Covid can take any one at any time so no need for this drama.

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  59. Could someone explain to these people that corona is not a stigma. What is the shame here?

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  60. I somehow believe the nanny. I once had a boss who liked to frame his staff for theft once he feels he cant control them anymore. The first case, he framed a guy who was courageous enough to tender his resignation letter saying he stole his phone. Even got the police to arrest and lock up the guy.
    Second case, he gave his partner's laptop to 1 of his gf and claimed his office cleaner stole it. The girl cried, almost got naked and laid heavy curses on him & his generation. When I found out the laptop was with his gf, I resigned from there before he frames me up to. It's an oil and gas company oh. With BSc holders working for peanuts. Some wicked employers expect you to keep serving them despite inhumane treatment forgetting that everyone has a breaking point. It is well

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  61. Caro can like to comment in comment section . 100 plus anonymous is all Her. Na her wey be that. She go comment come reply herself lol

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