A guide on how to restore the factory setting of a disobedient child

A proper way to deal with a disobedient child.

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This video is a perfect example of how Nigerian parents deal with their children.

Spare the rod and spoil the child but does this mean we should opt for beating our children rather than speaking to them?

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