On today’s episode, we talk about how people treat domestic staff in Nigeria. Particularly, we look into how teenagers and young adults treat the help that their parents have. We discuss the relationship we had we our parents’ help growing up and compared it to what we have seen among some of our peers.
Our episode brought up a question that we hope y’all can answer for us: Is it better to treat domestic staff as family or as distant professionals? even the kids.
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