Despite being one of the blessed countries with oil and other mineral resources that will better the lives of ordinary citizens, Nigeria remains one of the world countries with the highest rate of poverty and extremely poor people.
A lady took to the social media outlet to advise the people not to use the means to engage themself in unlawful behavior.
No doubt if the majority of the masses are poor criminal activity will be much In such country but if people can see the positive of it they can use it to their best that will benefit them.
The lady sends her advice through her handle @ItzMankind_.
"Being broke, Poverty is not enough reason to engage in illegal work"
People reacted to her post in the comment section.
See their impression below:
According to her, people should not engage in illegal work because it can damage their future and many people support her advice from their reactions.
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