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Nigerian Woman Celebrates Her Daughter Who Is Now A Major In US Army. [Photos]

Congratulations are in order for a Nigerian lady identified as Major Tokunbo Benson, who recently graduated from US Army Command and General Staff College. The lady who graduated on Thursday, August 16, 2018 (yesterday) – is set to become a Lt. Colonel.

The father is a retired soldier and now his two daughters have decided to trend in the military path.

Her mother who is proud of her achievements – took to Facebook to share the good news as she revealed how she dealt with her daughter for disrespecting their teacher years ago in Alabama, USA.

Read below;

Major Tokunbo Benson, who graduated from US Army Command and General Staff College August 16, 2018. She and classmates in elementary school disrespected their teacher in Birmingham, Alabama USA. Parents were called in by the school Principal.
Corporal punishment is allowed in Alabama State.


Before parents arrived, I was there before them. I went to Major Tokunbo Benson’s Principal. I said to her Principal. Can I have the school paddle?. He handed the paddle over to me. 

I spanked her with the paddle before the students, Principal, Assistant Principal, and her Teacher. I said to her how much Teachers are paid to be disrespected.

Since then I didn’t go to school for use of Corporal Punishment. My rule of thumb was if my children disrespect their elders, Teachers, authority, and public, I’ll be at the school or anywhere to disgrace them in presence of everybody. I never cover up my children misbehaviors.

Today, Major Tokunbo Benson is commanding soldiers under her. She was once a Company Commander in Schofield Barracks, Hawaii. She’s more discipline than me who taught her discipline. Honestly, my children are more discipline than me mostly the girls in the Army.


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