Nigerian man shows how he changed his mind from running away from home as a kid
A Twitter user distinguished as @chisom_obinna, has made himself pattern on the stage in the wake of sharing what he at long last did when he chose to leave home as a kid after his folks maddened him.
“I recalled that one time I needed to flee from home as a kid since I was being enthusiastic, so I chose to have lunch b4 leaving, at that point I chose to sit tight for supper, at that point it got dim so I at last chose to excuse my folks.
I can not come and murder myself biko”, he tweeted
I remembered one time I wanted to run away from home as a child because I was being emotional, so I decided to eat lunch b4 leaving, then I decided to wait for dinner, then it got dark so I finally decided to forgive my parents.
I can not come and kill myself biko https://t.co/JMFhJOL73S
— chidonez (@chisom_obinna) April 5, 2019
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