The case of Olarenwaju James popularly known as Baba Ijesha has been causing a stir on social media recently as many Nigerians are talking about the issue, while some are saying that Baba Ijesha's side of the story should be heard others are saying that there is no need as the accused has confessed to the crime.
There are one very important things that parents who are raising small children should put in place in their houses to effectively monitor the activities that are going on in their home while they are away.
The foster parent of the minor who was the victim of the abuse from the Nollywood actor, Comedian Princess had done something every parent should learn and adopt in their home as parenting is becoming herculean in these critical times.
CCTV is a camera that videos everything that happens in places where it is mounted so that one can have access to a clear event that happens in his house or office when he or she is not around.
There are a lot of abnormal people in the world and these people are living close to you and some of them are your friends that can visit your house even when you are not around.
Dear readers, what do you think about the actions of Princess the abused child foster parent that mounted a CCTV camera in her house?
Kindly drop your comments.
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