Higher institutions have always been a place where youths who feel they need to exercise the freedom they never had in their homes, go hay wire. Some of these young ones see it an an opportunity to experiment with life and as a result, get involved with other students with the same mind-set.
However, there are some innocent and naive chaps who go to school with the intention of making something good out of their lives but somehow, are influenced by the bad egg due to peer pressure. This is the case of some female Nigerian students in Ghana.
The write-up below which was found online and shared by YabaLeftOnline.com, ex-rays the life of some female Nigerian students in Ghana who were sent to acquire knowledge but rather choose to live a carefree life.
“I was having my lunch in a restaurant in Accra this afternoon, when a friend started a discussion of what some of our female Nigerian students in Ghana have turned themselves into.
“I could not agree more. While the parents spend lots of money to ensure their daughters are comfortable and graduate with flying colours, their children have a different agenda.
“There was this particular case of a young girl whose mother rented a 2-bedroom flat for her in Accra. My friend, said news just got to him this week, that this student slept with 5 (five) guys at the same time and was still begging for more. She is always high on hard drugs. And, the mother, back in Nigeria will be boasting of her daughter, who is studying in Ghana. Oh, so pathetic.
“Sadly to say, many of these young girls have become international prostitutes and seriously hooked on drugs. I mean what I am saying. And many people in Accra can bear me witness.
“Some of the mushroom universities attended by the students lack hostel facilities and the students are forced to rent accommodation thereby according them too much privacy which they are not matured enough to handle.
“This issues also involves our boys. Some have become drug addicts, school dropouts and they still collect school fees from their parents.
“Parents need to pay regular unexpected visit to their children and monitor them via phone calls at odd hours to find out where they are and what they are up to. If you are a parent, you must never cease to pray for your children. And, if you are not sure of your child’s behaviour, keep him or her close to you.”