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Monday, January 31, 2022

Viral Video Of Nigerian Teenagers Saying They Are Tired Of Suffering And Want To Do Yahoo- Yahoo..

 These three boys went somewhere asking if they could do Yahoo yahoo business and they were put on video.





They said the people they were living with threw them out and that they used to go to the farm everyday and that they did not have peace of mind..


One even corrected the man asking them questions, he said it was not yahoo yahoo plus they wanted to do but Yahoo yahoo...

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    1. THE PROBLEM IS NOT POVERTY OR PARENTS BIRTHING KIDS THEY CANT CATER FOR!!! In the past, our parents had 10, 15, 20 kids but they were innocent and NOT CRIMINAL MINDED! These children are a reflection of THEIR PARENTS' VALUES!!! Ndi, make money but go off social media so that nobody will ask you questions. This is the result!!!

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  2. This is the result of encouraging the Naira Marley influence.
    This is the result of celebrating wealth from unknown sources.
    Is this the beginning of a new era?

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    1. Before Naira Marley the youths been good? Abeg leave naira Marley

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    2. 10.48 leave naira marley you say? Then you clearly don't understand the influence the entertainment sector has on young people.

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    3. Oya go and arrest naira Marley na

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    4. This is a result of popping babies that people cannot take care off!!!

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    5. The bitter truth many Nigerians are in denial about

      MANY CANNOT AFFORD TO HAVE MANY OR ANY CHILDREN

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    6. Continue to support naira marley and co, and later come here to ask jamb question on why the society is the way it is. You must reap what you so.

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  3. May God have mercy upon these teens. Like how did they come up with such thought? Who told them?

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  4. For those of you that buy smartphones for little kids.
    That's what they are learning.

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    1. But these ones up here don't even look like they or their parents can remotely afford to gift them smartphones.

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    2. @Dainty
      So those that have smartphones are known by looks? Do those kids look like they are suffering?

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    3. Anon 12:35, read what they said again.
      They said the people they live with (who they go to the farm with), I guess not their biological parents threw them out. Who wan dash them phone?

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    4. Dainty is right! These kids are suffering out there! I have send 9 year old already fending for themselves! Parents struggling and they are just trying to make money to support their other siblings! How can we continue to ignore this?

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  5. False prophet ®31 January 2022 at 10:12

    I see how degenerated our society has become, scam has been dressed so well and worn Dior fragrance, it now looks so glamorous and inspirational to these kids. I cant say I blame them, I see failed parenting, I see failed governments.

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    1. Some parents are failing big time these days. Is not matter of having children, how well do you train them.
      The worst is that the society suffers it most.

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  6. Since people can get data for 50 naira, thΓ© world will not be at peace. I wish them well as so many pressures on our youngsters. May God touch their souls for good

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    1. False prophet ®31 January 2022 at 10:50

      I dont see see Singapore at war, wifi is practically free.

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  7. And Nigerian govt are not doing anything about these.these youth are the leaders of tomorrow for God's sake!!!..I pray for our nation

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    1. Dont u see efcc making arrests daily?
      They seem to be trying but the officials will accept huge bribes and they're back with their laptops again. The fight against cybercrime is one of the most difficult fights for a nation, cus they can be anywhere with a laptop.

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    2. Don't blame government for everything .Who are their parents?. If their parents are still alive they should get them arrested and question them .These children are supposed to be under parents or guidance.
      Is not child abuse??

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  8. Another potential monsters.

    Parents give birth to the number or kids you can take care of.

    Stop all these "God that bring children will bring the money to train them" or "children bring good luck"

    Stop having children because you see them as investment plan for old age.


    I once saw a lady roasting corn by the road side, she has 7 children.
    That kind of person is not suppose to have a single child. It is wickedness to humanity for that kind of person to have kids.


    Give birth to the number of kids you can comfortably train.


    The other day I saw a boy that is not more than 18yrs driving Venza and I'm pretty sure his parents will never question his source of wealth.

    I think a law to control birth rate should be established.
    Couples financial capability should be examined and confirmed that they are buoyant enough before they start giving birth and no couple should birth more than 3kids no matter how rich they are.


    Almost every news I read online are madness.

    God save Nigeria.

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    1. couples financial capability yen yen yen.Chike stop it biko.These ones are born at home & have no birth records nor certificates becuz there are no primary healthcare centers nor maternity hospitals free for their pregnant mums.A govt that has no plans for families can't dictate how many kids they bear.Thank you.

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    2. Anon 11:30, since the govt can’t control the number of kids you say, then the parents will birth kids that would disturb you and i. Very soon it would become everybody’s problem.
      Chike you are so spot on, i totally agree with you.

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    3. Chike, unfortunately some who can comfortably and morally afford to raise 7 children HAVE NONE.
      That's the irony of life.

      You know most poor people are uneducated, ignorant and cannot afford family planning.

      Sometimes, I wonder why God allows mostly the poor to have children with ease with little or no birth complications.
      However, some the rich and middle class struggle with conception, miscarriages, stillbirth etc.

      God knows best. 🀷‍♀️

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    4. As in eeeh,some parents have nothing to offer their kids. Ignorance .

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  9. No peace for you until you do the needful

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  10. What is this country turning to????

    Uwa adi egwu oooooo

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    1. Turning????
      E be like you just wake up.
      Goodmorning

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  11. Wow... I’m sure they don’t have a full understanding of what they are about to do.. Really?

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  12. I went to see someone one day and she told me to wait for her in a restaurant in the front of her office, I entered there and met group of children age range 13- 17 years, they were discussing how to make it in life, note; this is school hours. I joined them, they were open to me that I was so shocked and concerned about what goes on mentally and psychologically on an average Nigerian child now. A girl told me," Aunty, see ooo, I am ready to do yahoo, yahoo it's the yahoo plus she is scared of if blood is involved, that she can't sweat in her life ooo and must be very rich. I tried to explain to explain alot of things to her which took me like being exhausted to make her see reasons. Children are talented and unique, let parents be careful what they exposed their children to, movies, actions. Children are not moved by your advise but how well you practice what you preach. Have number you can comfortably raise and pray for long life, good health and all you need to raise them to the GLORY OF GOD. Know your children circle please especially those quiet ones that cliques have manipulated their reasoning that they now see their parents as local and inadequate. The government should place laws on social media postings, all the show off should be controlled. The movie industry should look into what they act and put out for viewing. We all have one thing to do to stop this issue spreading like wildfire for it's getting messy by the second and when not monitored and controlled will destroy this nation.

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    1. The Government should FIRST start by giving FREE, SOUND EDUCATION embedded with moral instructions and option of vocational training up to secondary school level for every Nigerian child.

      They should include free Medicare for all under age 18.

      To change Group behaviour, you must start by first unfreezing their Group norm, then introduce the change you want them to internalize and finally, you stabilize that new norm by rewarding excellence, merit and putting laws/guidelines in place.


      If you start by making laws, those you want to change will RESIST it because they are used to and comfortable in their old norm/lifestyle.

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  13. Effect of social media.
    People flaunting I'll gotten wealth.

    Bad parenting

    Bad Government

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  14. What is this world turning into nitori olorun?????

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  15. Wahala wear Tshirt 😁😁😁

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  17. Assuming they were not caught, they would probably become rich, and people would start to celebrate them. And when sane people ask for their source of wealth, they would be tagged 'haters'. If we want this sort of madness to stop we need to stop celebrating people with questionable source of income

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  18. Many years ago, one of my Owerri female 'friends' told me she doesn't mind getting married to a '419' man, no jokes at all and I starred at her so hard and she starred right back at me. Why did I stare at her? This was a pretty lady, an undergraduate yet nursing such thoughts and lived for money only. I wondered what values she had to pass on to a child(ren). Yes, soon enough, after her wild life, she did get married but today, how far with her life? -Frying pan to fire. Now tell me, if such lady would discourage her child/children from yahoo, yahoo. What Nigeria is faced with is self-made. We brought it upon ourselves and we haven't even seen anything yet. Nobody will deliver us except us too. We must therefore go back to the drawing board-our foundations, families and home and reset our values.

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    2. 13:25 take these! πŸŽ–️πŸ₯‡πŸ†

      I'm glad you mentioned 'self-made' which means self-inflicted in this context.
      Permit me to take 'self-made' in another context (of making it on one's efforts alone). If Nigerian Government will build infrastructures, generate adequate electricity and allow institutions to function such that NOBODY is above the rule of law, individuals and groups of people will establish genuine enterprise, set up industries and become honest, 'SELF-MADE' successful citizens. πŸ™πŸΎ

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  19. We all have part to play in stopping this Yahoo Yahoo menace, parents, schools, society, government should wake up. There's this boy in my Street who is into Yahoo, one Alfa does 'prayer' for him, if you see the way they hail him each time he visits eh, the other one they call 'Baby' shared Semo packs during the lockdown, women were scampering to get it, they all know what he does o, there is also this twin brothers also doing Yahoo, their father is an Alfa that does ritual for them to succeed, mind you this twin brothers are graduates o.

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    1. Soro soke!!
      The rate is becoming high.
      Like they have no meaningful thing to engage their minds on. I still remember my first salary was #4000,even when my parents were still providing all my needs.

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  20. Result of celebrating criminals like Tinubu, naira Marley, obasanjo and co

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  21. At what age? Who are their parents? If their parents are still alive they should be held responsible. Though there are bad patents that support evil, those kids up there are supposed to be in school.

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  22. Their new format now is going to people that know you,telling them you are their family member or a friend. Give them some details that will confuse them while trying to dupe them. And believe me some Nigerians can easily be deceived with by words.

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  23. The one that makes me laugh are hungry fools that hack phones. How can you hack someone's phone ,log the person to an app,be sending rubbish with coded number. When the person replies through sms, same foolish you will start complaining that the person insults you.
    How did the person get your number??
    How did the person know is you ??
    One of them is one woman that is claiming learned, I don't know where she went to and call it school.
    All of yahoo wannabes.

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