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Wednesday, 4 May 2016

Help, I Don't Want To Be a Grandmum at 30!






Y'know, these days the things I read on social media feel so surreal. Are there people out there actually living these realities? 

Oh well, what say you to this?





Courtesy; @joroolomofin instagram. 



9 comments:

  1. U really need help, unfortunately I can't help u...

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  2. This child is walking a road of no redemption caused by bad parenting.
    Its not too late to lead her aright through prayers, counseling , mentorship and whatever it takes.

    She needs Jesus and a mentor or someone other than her mother to help her become a better person. I hve seen/heard worse stories that turned around for the better.

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    1. Seconded! Chrisyinks

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    2. Thirded, if there is anything like that. Things happening these days sometimes I wonder what life and d world is turning into.

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  3. It appears she's all about herself. You have let her go astray but that's not enough for you. You want to kill her because you don't want to have a grandchild by 30. All about this 30years old lazy mother. I'm so angry, this is the best I could do without being insulting.

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  4. If she don't want to be a granny at 30,she shld hv done the abortion 15yrs ago. Now she wants to compromise her daughter's womb for her selfish desire.

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  5. This woman is so selfish! If she ever reads this blog, she should take Clare's advice.

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  6. Another young girl forced to be a hoe so she can provide for her family.

    16years of age but a full adult by the life she has seen. I think she can make her own decision if she wants to keep it or not. Stop being self centered and let the girl be.

    Peace.

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  7. Just negodu akpa fufu na......mctheeew!

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