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Childrens’ Day 2023: Spare the rod or not?

By Guardian Exclusive
17 November 2023   |   3:12 am
In African society, the choice of disciplinary measures used to train a child is often a subject of debate. The two early holy books and the African tradition also favor using a hand to correct kids' wrongdoings. GuardianTV asks Nigerians if sparing the road does spoil the child?

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