Angel Smith, a distinguished personality from the Big Brother Naija reality show, has presented a compelling argument for prohibiting infants and young children on flights.
Angel has recently taken to her Twitter page to advocate for the prohibition of babies and toddlers onboard airlines.
She eloquently expressed her opinion on why it is in the best interest of everyone to exclude these little ones from flights.
As per her observations, infants and young children tend to be quite vocal, and thus, their presence could disrupt the tranquility of other passengers. Therefore, she strongly advocates for their exclusion from flights.
In a recent tweet, the individual expressed concern for the comfort of fellow passengers on flights by suggesting that infants and toddlers should not be permitted to board.
While this statement may have been made with good intentions, it has unfortunately sparked criticism for using derogatory language toward young children.
Remember to approach sensitive topics with tact and respect for all parties involved.
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