Omo, Na Goat?
The passengers were comfortably seated and the taxi set off for the journey to Kano.
Being a passenger too, I had practiced my pre-travel routine and was ready to hit the road.
During the journey, I noticed a mother and her two sons; aged 5 and 7 years respectively. There was something odd; some piece of rope was tied around their necks.
It was a five-hour journey and we barely stopped on the way to relax or take a pee.
When I got to my destination, the little boys came to mind. I wondered how come they had not disturbed the journey to take a pee.
Interestingly, I found out that the piece of rope around their neck was some ‘anti-pissari’ rope. Bewildered, I wondered how it worked, but it worked obviously. Of course, I couldnt get a snapshot.
Well, I think it is healthy to take a pee when due.
So what do you do to keep your kids from taking a pee when traveling?
I love you, I love your health.
Your favourite family physician,