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Mother Uses Drums and Padlocks to Protect Her Children’s Provisions as They Enrol in a Boarding School

Kwabena Sowee 3 weeks ago 0

With unwavering determination, a Nigerian mother takes extraordinary measures to safeguard her children’s belongings upon their return to boarding school.

In a bid to thwart the persistent threat of theft targeting their provisions, she resorted to sealing them within hefty iron drums.

Sharing her protective strategy, the vigilant mother revealed her method of fortifying the provisions against would-be thieves.

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Each drum was securely fastened with padlocks, rendering them impervious to unauthorized access.

In a poignant clip capturing the moment, she can be seen unloading the substantial drums upon their arrival at the boarding school, ensuring her children’s essentials remain secure and protected.

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She captioned the video:

“My babies going back to boarding school but decide to use drum and lock their provisions because of thieves in the hostel.”

Read the comments below:

Dvynesam said: “they are smart i swr😂”

. said: “😳 naso una dey do for here 😂😂😂😂”

Kingsley Aladum said: “our time na tinker box we use back then”

Ajayi motunrayo said: “hmmm they broke my nephew cupboard in the back”

Kennie Alli said: “I like the idea I but space go dey?”

Gbemisola Olaleye said: “Omo na big big thieves dem get for their hostel o😂🤣😂🤣
Our own no reach this level”

Watch the video below:

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