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Re: Nigerian Lady Who Slapped Her Mother, Sent Back To Nigeria. See Reactions by Ade3000yrs(m): 4:41am On Feb 11
Nigeria is a great country. You can never tell it if you are mentally broke and wretched home and abroad
Re: Nigerian Lady Who Slapped Her Mother, Sent Back To Nigeria. See Reactions by calberian: 4:43am On Feb 11
OkunrinOloro:
grin

This is actually a subtle insult and indictment on Nigeria. Here's why:

Her mum could easily have reported her to the police over there and they would have charged her with criminal assault.

Instead, her mum chose to send her back to Nigeria. It shows that in her mum's mind, being in Nigeria is a tougher punishment than making her face the American criminal justice system.

You want the mother to report the girl to the police over an alleged assault. And, if there's a conviction, the girl then acquires a record that might not even solve the underlying problem of attitude/anger/respect for parents & elders?

I think you should rethink line of thought and reread this comment.

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Re: Nigerian Lady Who Slapped Her Mother, Sent Back To Nigeria. See Reactions by IbrahimDamola: 5:25am On Feb 11
YorubaAssasin:
She's definitely from the rising sun region of Nigeria. Yoruba kids are well brought up due to the quality of morals and values of our culture. cool

Unfortunately for you, the girl is Yoruba.
Re: Nigerian Lady Who Slapped Her Mother, Sent Back To Nigeria. See Reactions by Abramgreen: 5:27am On Feb 11
Please,get her into Chris land in Lagos or Atlantic Hall to continue her education.

She will learn also African culture in any of these schools.

My American Yoruba friend did it and he is thanking God and the child thanking him.

The same child who was going to slap the grandma when she first came to Naija.
Re: Nigerian Lady Who Slapped Her Mother, Sent Back To Nigeria. See Reactions by YorubaAssasin: 5:30am On Feb 11
IbrahimDamola:


Unfortunately for you, the girl is Yoruba.

Impossible... you're wrong Okoro. cheesy

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Re: Nigerian Lady Who Slapped Her Mother, Sent Back To Nigeria. See Reactions by LadyJasper: 5:45am On Feb 11
uuzba:

Train child ke? Where is the father in all this? No father, no authority. Was the mom some prostitue or what? It is her soft hand that spoilt the child. The child has grown wings because the mom cannot explain the absense of the child's father. The child thinks the mum is a hoe. Hence the disrespect and slap.
Wow! The way you jumped into this conclusion is shocking! I'm shooked!
Re: Nigerian Lady Who Slapped Her Mother, Sent Back To Nigeria. See Reactions by Goodyness(f): 6:16am On Feb 11
Does it mean that those of us living in Nigeria are been punished for being born Nigerians ��
Re: Nigerian Lady Who Slapped Her Mother, Sent Back To Nigeria. See Reactions by oneTIMEman: 6:33am On Feb 11
Naija guys go soon steal your pant.
Yeye girl
Re: Nigerian Lady Who Slapped Her Mother, Sent Back To Nigeria. See Reactions by frenzyduchess(f): 6:41am On Feb 11
You can't cane ,you can't beat ,any small shout sef they will call child services for you and if care is not taken ,your child will be taken from you and put into foster care ,why will they not grow up to have wings?. Kids raised there can insult their parents like they are talking to their mates.

Let her come where you can't call the police on your parents for beating you. Good for her.

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Re: Nigerian Lady Who Slapped Her Mother, Sent Back To Nigeria. See Reactions by WhySoAccurate: 6:43am On Feb 11
So the American government wants to explain to us that Nigeria is more of a *Rehabilitation Center* that's why she was punished by sending her to Nigeria..........

Read more meaning into that people. ���
Re: Nigerian Lady Who Slapped Her Mother, Sent Back To Nigeria. See Reactions by chineloSA(f): 6:54am On Feb 11
Slapping her MOM?Why didn't she slap her back?

This is the biggest curse for her. Before understanding the concept of God, your parents are your God.

Stupid child. Nigeria is not harsh enough. Syria is best.

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Re: Nigerian Lady Who Slapped Her Mother, Sent Back To Nigeria. See Reactions by chineloSA(f): 6:57am On Feb 11
Jaqenhghar:

Please what is cousin sister abeg? Na cousin abi na sister.

Leave us. It's our African version of English.
Re: Nigerian Lady Who Slapped Her Mother, Sent Back To Nigeria. See Reactions by PlayerMeji: 7:08am On Feb 11
I hope she's coming with her own house cos we aint staying in the same house.

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Re: Nigerian Lady Who Slapped Her Mother, Sent Back To Nigeria. See Reactions by GoldHorse(m): 7:08am On Feb 11
Omo ale jatijati!
Re: Nigerian Lady Who Slapped Her Mother, Sent Back To Nigeria. See Reactions by GoldHorse(m): 7:11am On Feb 11
WhySoAccurate:
So the American government wants to explain to us that Nigeria is more of a *Rehabilitation Center* that's why she was punished by sending her to Nigeria..........

Read more meaning into that people. ���

No! It shows that Nigeria is a place you can get good upbringing and be socially acceptable.

Most if these western nations are technologically advanced but socially bankrupt.

We can learn tech things from them and teach them manners.

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Re: Nigerian Lady Who Slapped Her Mother, Sent Back To Nigeria. See Reactions by hitman131: 7:15am On Feb 11
serves her right
Re: Nigerian Lady Who Slapped Her Mother, Sent Back To Nigeria. See Reactions by AngelicBeing: 7:20am On Feb 11
OkunrinOloro:
grin

This is actually a subtle insult and indictment on Nigeria. Here's why:

Her mum could easily have reported her to the police over there and they would have charged her with criminal assault.

Instead, her mum chose to send her back to Nigeria. It shows that in her mum's mind, being in Nigeria is a tougher punishment than making her face the American criminal justice system.
Gbam
Re: Nigerian Lady Who Slapped Her Mother, Sent Back To Nigeria. See Reactions by AngelicBeing: 7:25am On Feb 11
InvertedHammer:
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She just need to make one SOS phone call to the US Embassy and she will be back in US.

Waste of time.

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Exactly and the mother in the US might likely be sanctioned if the girl tells the US embassy in Nigeria all she has gone through as a result of been brought back to Nigeria, if care is not taken she might be given out by the US government for adoption to another family if they think she will face further bad treatment from her biological mum
Re: Nigerian Lady Who Slapped Her Mother, Sent Back To Nigeria. See Reactions by AngelicBeing: 7:29am On Feb 11
chineloSA:

Slapping her MOM?Why didn't she slap her back?

This is the biggest curse for her. Before understanding the concept of God, your parents are your God.

Stupid child. Nigeria is not harsh enough. Syria is best.
Hahaha,
Re: Nigerian Lady Who Slapped Her Mother, Sent Back To Nigeria. See Reactions by Mintum: 7:51am On Feb 11
Three years in Nigeria grin grin grin
Re: Nigerian Lady Who Slapped Her Mother, Sent Back To Nigeria. See Reactions by internetservice: 8:21am On Feb 11
undecided i shake head for you
Re: Nigerian Lady Who Slapped Her Mother, Sent Back To Nigeria. See Reactions by Agugbadin: 8:54am On Feb 11
Hounor your mother and father so that your days may be long
Re: Nigerian Lady Who Slapped Her Mother, Sent Back To Nigeria. See Reactions by Agugbadin: 9:02am On Feb 11
OkunrinOloro:
grin

This is actually a subtle insult and indictment on Nigeria. Here's why:

Her mum could easily have reported her to the police over there and they would have charged her with criminal assault.

Instead, her mum chose to send her back to Nigeria. It shows that in her mum's mind, being in Nigeria is a tougher punishment than making her face the American criminal justice system.

My friend if she is the violent type, she can kill her mum, the best is to bring her home
Re: Nigerian Lady Who Slapped Her Mother, Sent Back To Nigeria. See Reactions by SANDAT(m): 9:22am On Feb 11
OkunrinOloro:
grin

This is actually a subtle insult and indictment on Nigeria. Here's why:

Her mum could easily have reported her to the police over there and they would have charged her with criminal assault.

Instead, her mum chose to send her back to Nigeria. It shows that in her mum's mind, being in Nigeria is a tougher punishment than making her face the American criminal justice system.
The mother might not want her to have a record of such with the police.She could also be thinking of trying to let the daughter appreciate what she has been giving her in America.
Re: Nigerian Lady Who Slapped Her Mother, Sent Back To Nigeria. See Reactions by CioAngels(f): 9:24am On Feb 11
Beautiful, she should come to Nigeria to remain unemployed and starve.
Re: Nigerian Lady Who Slapped Her Mother, Sent Back To Nigeria. See Reactions by baratech: 9:42am On Feb 11
Lool
Re: Nigerian Lady Who Slapped Her Mother, Sent Back To Nigeria. See Reactions by WizJesus007(m): 9:48am On Feb 11
Omo...Make she Come join Slappin Competition for Ariaria Market...At least She get Talent to Survive On!
Re: Nigerian Lady Who Slapped Her Mother, Sent Back To Nigeria. See Reactions by Nobody: 11:15am On Feb 11
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