Nollywood actress Dayo Amusa has taken to her Instagram page to advise parents on how to live their life and care for their future.


She further mentioned that most parents who send all their kids abroad to study will understand the disadvantage at their old age.


She wrote: Dear Parent!!!

One mistake you should never make as a parent is raising your kids with all your life savings to eventually get so much exposure that they won’t want to stoop low to living around you.

Upgrade yourself as u upgrade your kids. Plan your future so you won’t have your kids too far from you..

Lately, Having all your kids abroad looks like an achievement until your old age sets in. That is when you will know that sending you money is not as important as having them around you… That’s when you will understand that life’s fulfillment is beyond money but quality of time spent with your grown up children and grand children…

I’ve had an Uncle who raised all his families abroad, died at 78 and
none of his kids came home to bury him and give him the last respect / honour.

Men! This is not a matter of marrying many wives … It’s about being intentional with your old age plans… And if marrying more than one wife is your strategic plan, ensure you execute it with wisdom.

Parents seems to cater so much for their kids that they forget ourselves in the process…

Do not forget yourself in the mathematical equation of life… Always put yourself into consideration… This old age we are talking about is nearer than we think…


May God grant us the opportunity to live long in sound health and more wealth… #jmvwithdayoamusa

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Officialomoborty wrote: My view on this write up is this: Yes, I buy into the idea of not forgetting yourself while striving to raise your kids. But when it comes to seeking greener pastures, I don’t totally agree.
If you have two children, let one go seek greener pastures if you can afford it and leave one here. If you have three, let two go and leave one here… or as your pocket can accommodate.
Nigeria is not being nice to the poor and the average, hence the quest to make sure our children don’t suffer what we suffered.
Furthermore, on children losing home training, some children lost it right under their parents’ nose. The thing is this: train your child in the way of the Lord and the way they should live.
Give them a quality education even if it means your last kobo; foundational training matters most. True, some children are rebels, but upbringing with the help of God and continuous prayer will help uphold your child (ren) even when they are far away from you… May God let all good parents reap the fruits of their labor Amen

Ridwan wrote: Na rubbish you write oo

Epsalumproduction wrote: Dayo, why didn’t you give me a repost credit? Anyway, Thanks for appreciating my post 🙏