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“It’s high time we stopped applying emotions in relating with our domestic staff” – Jide Awobona tells his colleagues as his staff steals $100 from him

Nollywood actor Jide Awobona has sent a message to his colleague after one of his domestic staff stole $100 from his wallet.

He admonished his colleagues to stop applying emotions in relating with their staff, especially when they steal even if it is something small. Using himself as example, he said he always overlooked things until one of his staff stole $100 from his wallet, thinking it would transform his life.

The Yoruba actor told his colleagues to allow their workers do their job, get paid and move. However, they shouldn’t maltreat them.

“I think it’s high time we stopped applying emotions in relating with our domestic staff, when they steal as small as chewing gum like this new one did, take it up (though I didn’t, but gage warning) that’s how I overlooked a lot until the previous one stole $100 from my wallet after several Nairas I thought I misplaced or spent, thinking it will transform his life. KO SI BI WON SE MA SE EBOLO.
Do your work, get paid and move.

LET THEM DO THE JOB THEY ARE MEANT TO DO, GET PAID AND MOVE , DON’T MALTREAT THEM.
THOUGH WE GO AS FAR AS GIVING CLOTHES, FOOD AND ALL, BUT DON’T APPLY EMOTIONS , I REALISED THEY DON’T LOVE YOU AS MUCH AS YOU LOVE THEM OR TRY TO LOVE THEM”.

Jide Awobona sends message as his staff steals his $100

In December, actor Alesh Sanni had called out his cleaner, who is from Ekiti, for allegedly carting away his money worth N3.2 million and valuables like gold jewelry.

Questioning why people are heartless, he stated that he wasn’t one to judge people by their looks, hence, why he helped him when he needed him and sheltered him. Unknowingly of his nature.

Ruth Kadiri was in a grateful state after she recovered her Range Rover autobiography which was allegedly stolen by one of her workers. The light-skinned movie star narrated the incident and how she was able to recover it with the aid of businessman, Ned Nwoko, disc jockey Dorcas Fapson, auto dealer, IVD, and others.

Veteran actress Carol King narrated how one of her maids absconded with her $700 and €40. Calling the attention of the public, she alerted them to be wary of her to avoid being her next victim.

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