Dad hilariously develops smart system to handle kids during lockdown

Dad hilariously develops smart system to handle kids during lockdown

- A father came up with a brilliant way to manage the lockdown period with his children

- He took to social media to showcase the app he utilises which saves him a lot of effort

- The automated speech app reduces the need for him to raise his voice and tweeps were left in stitches after seeing his video

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Many South Africans have been suffering from cabin fever ever since President Cyril Ramaphosa announced the 21-day lockdown.

One of the challenges faced by many households has been how parents manage their children during this period.

Many parents have tried home-schooling, while others have utilised the time to play more with their kids.

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One creative dad showcased his method and it proved to be a hit via social media.

Twitter user Chief/Skhulu (@ManqobaSnr) shared the video which shows how a man utilises an app to assist in managing his children.

Instead of raising his voice, he uses an app which has automated speech to bark out commands to his kids.

Tweeps were laughing out loud at the comical clip, but many showed an interest in acquiring the app for themselves.

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HLUBI (@romanbuso21) said,

"I really need this app."

Twitter user (@azuluwolf) added,

"This app would come in handy when one has a sore throat."

Esethu_M (@Esethu_Manc) wanted answers:

"What app is this? I need it urgently."

MaLaCo (@MaLaCoOfficial) said,

"This is is freaken hilarious."

Previously, Briefly.co.za reported on another magical lockdown moment.

On this occasion, a woman and her husband went viral after participating in the #HusbandFacebeat challenge.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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