Nigerian activist, Comrade Israel Joe, has advised parents with stubborn teenage children on what to do to ‘reformat their brains’.
According to Comrade Joe in a Facebook post on Monday, September 11, parents with stubborn teenage children between the ages 13-19 years can “reformat their brains” by taking them on a visit to the prison yard, on two different occasions.
In his words:
“You see that your stubborn teenager from 13 – 19 years old, you can reformat their brains with just two different visits to the prison yard.
Tell the prison warder to take you around let them see the punishment for crime. Tell the warder that you need the drug baron and the death role criminal to talk to your child about crime.
They will allow it. They should get a first hand story from experienced persons who have committed crime and being jailed. They should be told that, there is no Indomie, spaghetti or fried rice in the prison.See Also
What they need is not deliverance or corporal punishment, it is counselling, guidance and therapy.”