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Mixed reaction as Nigerian father employs son as security man in his company



Mixed reaction as Nigerian father employs son as security man in his company

Felix Obazee,  a Nigerian father has caused a stir online after he took to networking platform, LinkedIn to reveal that he employed his son, Uyiogosa, as a security man at his company.

Felix Obazee, the Chief Executive Officer of Fionet Security Services revealed on LinkedIn as he shared the above photos of himself and his son dressed in the company’s security uniform.

He opened up a conversation asking followers on the platform if they will introduce their business to them or not.

Sharing the photos, Obazee said that he did it in order to give his son quality parenting.

In the post, he posed rhetorical questions to people, asking if they would choose to teach their kids their business or shield them with the flimsy talk that they do not want them to suffer.

He also thanked God for the grace he bestowed on him which enabled him to bring up responsible children, that would become leaders of their generation.


Mr Obazee’s post received numerous reactions from LinkedIn users.

Read some of the reactions:

Abraham Ojo: I hope you paid the young man.

Kelechi Uchenna: My opinion, I would introduce my children to my business and let them know that they are welcome to join the business if they are interested. They can be executive directors or non executive directors( owners) depending on their choice…

Dotun Jegede: Talented young man builds petrol tanker prototype, photos go viral “My daughter is 10, she helps me document my consultancy income at home. She helps input data and collate client database. On this very Satuday, we both went out inside the estate to do some online submissions plans sorting.

Bala: Felix, you are my most envied parent today and will be for a long time. But credit must also go to Uyi (who deserves and lives his name ‘Praise’) for submitting to your guidance. It is not easy these days to convince adult elite children to discipline methods like these.