Fola Olatunji-David, a former Google staff recounts how he knew he has “wasted enough” of his money at the Redemption Camp after he was sent back because his wife wore trousers.
2wks ago I drove for 1hr50mins on an errand from Ikoyi to Redemption Camp to drop off medical supplies. We were not allowed to enter because my wife (who was comfortably seated inside our tinted car) was wearing trousers.
That’s when I knew I had wasted enough of my money there.
I explained that what I was bringing was for their good and how far I’d driven in traffic.
I was shown the wretched board that had the long list of things not allowed.🤦🏾♂️
In that moment I said the most Nigerian thing “its not your fault, its me that associates with you lot” Rolling on the floor laughing
So when people are challenging a way life and thinking here, let’s see it as a generational flaw which will not only be corrected online, but at the very base of what several societal and religious institutions have been built on.
Never stop holding our leaders accountable.