Nigerian Man Hires Son as Security Officer at His Company |

Posted by on Oct 13, 2020, Under: News

Nigerian Man Hires Son as Security Officer at His Company |

A Nigerian father named Felix Obazi said he hired his son Uyogos as a security officer for his company.

Obazi, CEO of Fionet Security Services, posted this on LinkedIn. He shared photos of his son wearing a company protective uniform and said he did it to provide his son with a quality upbringing.

In his post, he asked people rhetorical questions, asking if they would want to teach their children about their business or defend them with contrived conversations that they don’t want them to suffer.

He also thanked God for the grace given to him, which enabled him to raise responsible children who will become the leaders of his generation.

Mr. Obazi’s post has generated numerous responses from LinkedIn users.

Read some reactions:

Dotun Jegede: Talented young man builds prototype gas tank, photos go viral “My daughter is 10 years old, she helps me document my income from consulting at home. Helps to enter data and compare customer database. On the same Saturday, we both went to the estate to draw up a plan for online presentations.

Abraham Ojo: I hope you paid the young man.

Bala: Felix, today you are my most enviable parent, and you will be one for a long time. But credit also goes to Ui (who deserves and lives by his name “Praise”) for submitting to your leadership. It is not easy to get elite adult children to discipline such methods these days.

Kelechi Uchenna: My opinion, I would like to introduce my children to my business and inform them that they can join the business if they are interested. They can be executive directors or non-executive directors (owners) depending on their choice …

Capturing them young.
A photo of my second but fourth child, Uyogosa Preise Obazi, a student at the University of Port Harcourt, dressed in my company’s security uniform.
Can you teach your kids your craft, your craft, and let them know that life isn’t just about mobile devices and games? Or do you not want them to suffer as much as you suffered from success?
I am grateful to God for his grace to raise responsible children who will be leaders in their generation.
@Uyi see you at the top son!


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