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Nollywood actor Jide Awobona has shared his own view based on how people treat there care giver.

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He revealed that it’s better to let them do their jobs, get paid and move on than maltreating them and applying emotions due to what they are giving them.

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Netizens reacted to the video saying that it’s difficult for them because most of the maids don’t behave normally.a

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LET THEM DO THE  JOB THEY ARE MEANT TO DO, GET PAID AND MOVE , DON’T MALTREAT THEM.
THOUGH WE GO AS  FAR AS GIVING CLOTHES, FOOD AND ALL, BUT DON’T  APPLY EMOTIONS , I REALISED THEY DON’T LOVE YOU AS MUCH AS YOU LOVE THEM OR TRY TO LOVE THEM….

Read some social media reaction below;

Gtdaguiterman wrote: CCTV cameras can serve as a deterrent. Other than that, their mindset is “Ení se nídi pepe, gbódò je nídi pepe.” ☺️

Diwizad wrote: Accept people for who they are the first sign you get, don’t make excuses for them or make them into someone else desperately, it may be too late when you decide to accept the truth. 🤍 & 🪔

Omidan_olayinka wrote: I wish I can do this cos they’ve showed me alot of shege and I kept on changing till the present one… I kept being overly nice and friendly to my house helps because I don’t have close friends around, so I use them to fill the gap. I’ve tried to stop this, but my personality makes it difficult. I really need training on this because if my current helper treats me poorly again, I might cry since I’m way too nice to her.

Tobisempire wrote: You’ll still see one eran wey go comment “probably you didn’t show them enough love” “treat them as you treat your kids” 😏😒

Meenah_hasbunallah wrote: Like seriously,I don’t blame ppl for treating staffs as staffs ppl re wicked

See his post below;

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