A Nigerian man and social media user, has taken to his Twitter handle and warned people about stopping their mothers from doing the things they like doing, even when they become successful.
Since life is not static, many people seem to change and become very different in their response to their mothers. They would not want their mothers to attend certain gatherings, make certain friends or do the kind of jobs they used to do before their child became wealthy. Most people think that by allowing them do this, they are reducing their level.
A Twitter user Named Fitila, has warned everyone to be careful how they control their mothers activities when they become rich. In his words, "if your mother sold Akara to train you to become successful, never stop her from doing her thing." According to Him, mothers get old fast if they are not allowed to do what they practiced.
Many people have reacted to the above post that was reposted on Twitter by postsubman and affirmed what Fitila said. Some of them narrated their ordeals on the subject matter. See screenshot of the comments below:
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