A Nigerian lady has shared a video of the stolen money and toys which she found inside the bags of her children
In the trending video, she showed off the N1000 and N500 notes littered around the room and inside their bags
While sharing the video, she warned that parents should always be vigilant and ensure to check their children
A Nigerian mother, Keffe Arinola, has shared a video of the items she recovered inside the bags of her children.
In the video captured on TikTok, N1000 and N500 notes were spotted inside the bags.
The surprised mother also shared a video of toys which were littered around her children’s rooms. According to her, they have been stealing from her and using the money to buy a series of things.
She warned that parents should always be vigilant about their children and check their rooms and bags unexpectedly from time to time.
She noted that there are no ‘small children’ anymore and no one is to be trusted.
In her words:
“Parents should always be vigilant about their children. Check their rooms and bags unexpected, no one is to be trusted. No small children again o, this one weak me. They have been stealing from me and buying series of things.”
Social media reactions:
“This stuff look funny to me I swear. Omo na to enter school go day point the gun for their head o collect money.”
@Empress Becca said:
@Alan chesterfield reacted:
“I nor understand.”
“What if these are cash gifts they refused to tell u about and rather bought toys with some of it? To call them thieves is proof u terrorise them alot.“
Watch the video below:
Man gives back to shop cash of things he stole as a child
Meanwhile, WOTHAPPEN previously reported that a young man has made a restitution of $600 (N267k) to a shop owner which represents the things he stole there as a child. The heartwarming moment captured in a video shared on TikTok showed the man interacting with the shop owner.
He brought out a list of edibles and asked the shop owner for the price of each. He would tick off in front of an item after hearing its price. The items include 56 cans of soda, 49 bags of cookies, 61 ice cream bars, 42 cans of energy drinks, 32 chocolate candy bars, 28 bars of fruit snacks and 31 bags of popcorn. After arriving at a total of N422 (N188k), the young man counted $600 (N267k) and gave it to the shop owner instead.
When the shocked shop owner quizzed to know what the money was for, he revealed that it accounted for what he stole there as a child. The young man said he was changed and thought it wise to make the restitution. He then requested for a hug which the shop owner gave.