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|Re: Nigerian Lady Who Slapped Her Mother, Sent Back To Nigeria. See Reactions by kareemkamil(m): 12:24pm On Feb 11|
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|Re: Nigerian Lady Who Slapped Her Mother, Sent Back To Nigeria. See Reactions by Treasuredlove: 2:35pm On Feb 11|
GoldHorse:there are actually well brought up kids in the US, it is all about parenting
In naija, there are so many undisciplined kids here too...infact their matter tire me. It is all about parenting
When a toddler talks too much or is loud, they will say he/she is smart instead of seeing it as a symptom of being lousy
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|Re: Nigerian Lady Who Slapped Her Mother, Sent Back To Nigeria. See Reactions by mrwonlasewonie: 3:39pm On Feb 11|
AngelicBeing:phone wey them go son seize from her hand.its like you don't know naija system of rehabilitation them no dey give indulgent kid right sos ko,ABC ni
|Re: Nigerian Lady Who Slapped Her Mother, Sent Back To Nigeria. See Reactions by AngelicBeing: 3:42pm On Feb 11|
mrwonlasewonie:Hahaha, they will flog her with koboko to reset her brain
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|Re: Nigerian Lady Who Slapped Her Mother, Sent Back To Nigeria. See Reactions by lovelybugs(f): 3:52pm On Feb 11|
So all the rude and uncultured so called "adults" I meet here in Nigeria everyday where were they raised?
We Nigerians like to act like all the children raised here in Nigeria are responsible meanwhile we have a high crime rate.
|Re: Nigerian Lady Who Slapped Her Mother, Sent Back To Nigeria. See Reactions by GoldHorse(m): 4:37pm On Feb 11|
You're right sha and yes, I see those "smart" kids around D
|Re: Nigerian Lady Who Slapped Her Mother, Sent Back To Nigeria. See Reactions by nextstep(m): 4:53pm On Feb 11|
From what I hear, the American criminal justice system is not something you want to be dipping in lightly. Once they get involved, mom and daughter will be put into records for domestic violence, courts, lawyers, "family workers", and therapists will get involved, and daughter will never learn to appreciate or respect her mother, and the state may even go so far as to create an injuction separating the two - if the daughter were to request it (because she has a right to, and therapists may goad her in that direction).
In Nigeria, she will learn respect, appreciate hard work, and realize that she has a privilege she should not take for granted. After 3 years, her head will be a little less bloated, she will have some good cultural values. I think that's better than giving the girl a strike in the American system and labelling her a criminal.
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