Children are gift from God, a blessing many people wish and seek for. Bringing us to the fact that when it comes to parenting and training children, every parents has different ways to go about it, but Popular Actor Jackie Chan and Peter Obi both have similarities when it comes to training their own sons.
Jackie Chan is currently trending on Twitter and according to report, the popular actor Jackie Chan plans to leave his estimated $370 million to charity and not for his son, Jaycee. Chan explained "If he is capable, he can make his own money. If he is not, then he will just be wasting mine." See source.
While on the other hand, Peter Obi a Nigerian politician and ex Governor of Anambra state, also made it known according to Punch news, that his son has no car, and will not make use of his own until he can afford money to buy his own car by himself, and will continue to trek pending when he has enough money to buy a car. See source.
Based on the above statement, you can clearly see that both of them have similarities when it comes to training their only son. They are financially balanced but want their children to work hard to make their own wealth/money without depending on their parent.
This is a good training and am sure most people will emulate such and use it on their children. And mind you, your father's money is not your money, work hard and make your own money yourself just the way Peter Obi and Jackie Chan both trained their only son's.
On seeing the similarities, what do you think?
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