- A lady called Mirabelle Jones shared a copy of her parent's last born Emmanuella's rules about house chores
- Emmanuella said that she would not be doing the dishes of everyone in the house
- The young girl also warned her sisters from waking her up to switch off the generator at night
In many African households, last borns are known to do most of the house chores, but a young girl who is the last born of their home called Emmanuella Jones has decided to set rules and regulations for her family on the chores she would be doing around the house.
Her older sister called Mirabelle got Nigerians talking after she shared a copy of her parent's last born's rules in the house on the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter.
Mirabelle jokingly stated that Emmanuella was crossing the line with her written rules and regulations.
In the photo of the rule paper she shared online, Emmanuella said that she will not be washing plates used by everyone except that of herself and their parents.
The young girl also noted that she will not wash pots used to cook personal meals except when it's their parents.
According to her, she will not sweep the sitting room because it is not her job.
While she agrees to switch on the generator every night, she stated that under no circumstances must be asked to switch it off especially when she is asleep.
She noted that her chores are becoming too much and it isn't a curse to be a last born.
Emmanuella went on to challenge her elder ones about not doing any chores in the house, but they burden her with theirs.
In other news, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Nigerian kids got emotional as their parents arrived from the UK.
The husband's elder sister identified as Lara Wise took to Facebook to share the story, saying the couple was stuck in the UK due to the deadly Covid-19.
She shared videos of the emotional reunion on Facebook and said the couple had self-isolated and ran their Covid-19 test which came out negative.
In the videos, the kids who were not aware that their parents would arrive that day, were excited to receive them and got emotional.
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