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Re: Governor Fayemi Approves Six Months Maternity Leave For Ekiti Workers by kaima1984(f): 3:35pm On Feb 12
seunlayi:
Why the whole of six months? When we are still making babies, my wife won't stay for more than 6 weeks at home, she will go back to her business within 3-6 weeks. No healthy woman will stay at home for 3 months doing nothing.

3 months of maternity leave and 3 months of half working days ie 9am - 2pm should be a better option.

If you want to pleased some lazy women, they will ask for 1yr 6months of leave and will resume work with another 3 months pregnancy
You must be wicked,going back to work/shop when her body has not healed properly, personally i can't stay ahome comfortablly for 3 good months talk more of 6,good one Mr Gov.
Re: Governor Fayemi Approves Six Months Maternity Leave For Ekiti Workers by kaima1984(f): 3:37pm On Feb 12
kerry57:
Good. Women really needed much time to take care of this infants before leaving them at the mercies of Nannies, housemaids who are most time devil's incarnates at the absence of the parents of these kids. Other states should follow up.
CRECHE'S
Re: Governor Fayemi Approves Six Months Maternity Leave For Ekiti Workers by kaima1984(f): 3:39pm On Feb 12
helinues:
Na make Dem dey get belle dey go.

People Wey no kuku ready to work before
Gone are the days women lazy up and down, believe you me a stay ahome mom's now sale online and stuffs like that unless the person's name is LAZZZZZY
Re: Governor Fayemi Approves Six Months Maternity Leave For Ekiti Workers by kaima1984(f): 3:41pm On Feb 12
Imarnuel08:
This a good development. Now approve some paternity leavel for men. Babies need their fathers too
The organization i work with do give 2 weeks paternity leave
Re: Governor Fayemi Approves Six Months Maternity Leave For Ekiti Workers by sheDD(m): 3:41pm On Feb 12
Everything women! Women!!
The way these folks are gaining muscle in our society z just too apparent to ignore.

What happens to the men,dont dey deserve to be patted with some rest.??

Okkkk, now they call our own "circumcisions" while women own is called "mutilation" our own is to be embraced while theirs is to be frowned it.
grin
Re: Governor Fayemi Approves Six Months Maternity Leave For Ekiti Workers by Legendguru: 5:19pm On Feb 12
Oh
Re: Governor Fayemi Approves Six Months Maternity Leave For Ekiti Workers by osazsky(m): 5:47pm On Feb 12
What of paternity leave we d men are not happy is it easy to put a woman in dat condition for 9 months
Re: Governor Fayemi Approves Six Months Maternity Leave For Ekiti Workers by Imarnuel08: 7:59pm On Feb 12
kaima1984:
The organization i work with do give 2 weeks paternity leave

Same with mine too. I turned down a similar job because they offered no paternity leave

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Re: Governor Fayemi Approves Six Months Maternity Leave For Ekiti Workers by 9jaRealist: 7:32am On Feb 13
BrandSpurNG:
https://brandspurng.com/2020/02/12/governor-fayemi-approves-six-months-maternity-leave-for-ekiti-workers/

EXCELLENT NEWS!
He should go even further and grant a 3-month PATERNITY leave for fathers.

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Re: Governor Fayemi Approves Six Months Maternity Leave For Ekiti Workers by Wendybrown(f): 9:57am On Feb 13
Imarnuel08:


It is done all over the world. I work for an NGO that give 10 days paternity leave. Have you heard of Save the Children gives 3 months of paid paternity leave. Have you head of gender equality and child development?


That's new. no I've not.
Re: Governor Fayemi Approves Six Months Maternity Leave For Ekiti Workers by Imarnuel08: 1:01pm On Feb 13
Wendybrown:



That's new. no I've not.

Okay read a little more
Re: Governor Fayemi Approves Six Months Maternity Leave For Ekiti Workers by Wendybrown(f): 7:52pm On Feb 13
Imarnuel08:


Okay read a little more


Why do I perceive that as you been haughty, you know you can pass your message without sounding that way right..?
Re: Governor Fayemi Approves Six Months Maternity Leave For Ekiti Workers by Imarnuel08: 8:56am On Feb 14
Wendybrown:



Why do I perceive that as you been haughty, you know you can pass your message without sounding that way right..?

It's unintentional, apologies please
Re: Governor Fayemi Approves Six Months Maternity Leave For Ekiti Workers by tsdarkside(m): 11:22am On Feb 14
seunlayi:
Why the whole of six months? When we are still making babies, my wife won't stay for more than 6 weeks at home, she will go back to her business within 3-6 weeks. No healthy woman will stay at home for 3 months doing nothing.

3 months of maternity leave and 3 months of half working days ie 9am - 2pm should be a better option.

If you want to pleased some lazy women, they will ask for 1yr 6months of leave and will resume work with another 3 months pregnancy

keep quiet....
Re: Governor Fayemi Approves Six Months Maternity Leave For Ekiti Workers by kaima1984(f): 4:40pm On Feb 14
Imarnuel08:


Same with mine too. I turned down a similar job because they offered no paternity leave
grin grin grin
Re: Governor Fayemi Approves Six Months Maternity Leave For Ekiti Workers by Wendybrown(f): 6:54am On Feb 15
Imarnuel08:

It's unintentional, apologies please


Accepted. Do have a nice day.

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