A Nigerian man’s advice to ’22-years-olds’ online has generated different reactions from internet users who fall between the age bracket.
The man identified as @_Nohem instructed 22-year-olds via a tweet to stop collecting money from their parents.
According to him, at age 22 you should not be depending on your parents, you should be able to stand on your own and fend for yourself.
Sharing on the microblogging platform X, he wrote; “At age 22, you should not be collecting money from your parents anymore.”
See his tweet below,
His advice however didn’t resonate with many internet users as they were quick enough to condemn it.
Below are some of the reactions,
@dideestars: Why? Did they not birth me? I’m I not their responsibility? Where are is this theory coming from?
@rahliatsugar: Say for you. The outside world is brutal and if you’ve people who make life easy for you financially by all means take it
@NgarayeMuti: Our parent have a obligation is give us all we want they enjoyed making us they must pay. We are not obligated to give them anything besides problem we didn’t ask to be here
@mishbeex: since when does being a parent and helping your children have an expiration date?????
@Ayos_fragrance: Me going to ask my dad for money to barb my hair and money for fuel to get there