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Comedian Njugush reveals how he will bring up his kid

Njugush sets standards

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Unlike many parents, Njugush has said he will bring up his kid with the highest level of discipline adding that it is what his parents gave to him and he will always be grateful for that.

He further stated that nowadays the way children are being raised by their parents is not impressive. The humorist said he will not pamper his child so much to an extend he no longer respects him.

He told Classic 105 that discipline is the gift he will give his baby while he will be celebrating his first birthday.

Njugush and his wife Celestine Ndinda were blessed with a baby boy a month ago. How they succeeded in hiding him for a whole month is something nobody can tell. This is considering Njugush is a public figure.

The comedian announced the good news on his Instagram recently exciting his fans. He made it known when his child was a month old.

The couple have been open to share how they plan to bring up their kid. Not long ago the Self-made comedian disclosed that they will not be opening social media accounts for their children and will instead let them make his decision once they are 18 years.

It has become a trend nowadays celebrities opening social media accounts for their children some even before they are born. The accounts are used to post photos of the children as they grow.

“Opening an account for our child will not be one of our agendas because according to me, that is a personal decision they can make when they reach 18,” said Njuguna.

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