The children in this generation are very smart. Computer and the use of the internet have solved a lot of problems in this world but the side effects that come with it is also great. Education in this era cannot do away with the use of computers; this is because most of the information and training that students want can be found on the computer.
But parents have to guide their little children so that they get access to only education content on computers. The screenshot below shows a small boy between the ages of 8 to 12 years caught by his father for watching 'pornographic' videos. It appears the father went out and came and meet his son using his computer.
The boy tried to outsmart his father that he was playing a game by minimizing the folder containing the 'pornographic' videos. The father being smart than his son told him to maximize the folder and behold the boy was watching 'porno' and not playing any game. Checking the tone of the English language in the background of the video, this incident happened in Nigeria and not Ghana.
But the questions are; why would a father download pornographic videos on his computer for the son to get access to? Is this the fault of the father or the son? Some Ghanaians after coming across this video said that this means the boy has been studying the father very well. Probably, he has been seeing the father watching these videos without his knowledge.
Some parents are destroying their children with their negligence. At least put a password on the computer to prevent your children from accessing such information on the computer. You can even create two accounts on the same computer; one for yourself and one for the children.
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