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BN TV: Sisi Yemmie shares her Nanny Drama in New Vlog “House Help Diaries” | Watch




Nigerian lifestyle and food blogger Sisi Yemmie, in a new vlog series titled “House Help Diaries” on her YouTube channel is sharing her Nanny drama so far, as she explains how she has employed 4 people within the last 6 months.



  1. funmi

    April 17, 2018 at 11:11 am

    Sisi yemmie, you have an advantage that most parents dont have, you can stay/work from home and spend time with your child. Hes such a cute boy. Working mums have to squeeze out a little time to spend with their kids after work. Not so easy, but we try our best. i like to watch your videos once in a while cos you are real

  2. funmi

    April 17, 2018 at 11:16 am

    Meanwhile, on nanny diaries, i have a full diary, i had like 4 younger househelps, 2 nannies before i finally found one. My current nanny is in her 40’s and shes extremely good, shes been with me for 2years and i hope she stays longer, shes God sent.. sometimes you just have to keep trying until you get it right..:) . From my experience, the older nannies are usually more reliable than the househelps in their 20s. One thing i try to do is also compensate them well, once they earn well and your house environment is not toxic, the older ones will stay. Good luck

  3. Asake

    April 17, 2018 at 2:41 pm

    Hmmmm! Nannies!! they call them necessary evil, are they really so? can’t one just do without them? I’ve asked myself this questions to have no answer; because Lagos life is not easy. When you work a 9am-7pm job and you have a son to cater for and all of that, so tell me how you wouldn’t need one *sigh* especially when siblings are not available to asist. My son is 16months and i’ve had 5 nannys within this period; the painful part is, I treated them all with love based on the fact that they take care of my baby. I bought 2 of the 5 a mobile phone, gave them xmas bonus (Cash & food stuffs). I did a change of wardrobe recently and gave the one that just left all of the clothes and bags because we are of the same stature, not knowing she’ll still leave anyways. With all of this bad experiences, i have decided to keep it official with them and keep it real, no more being nice. I find it hard to even smile with the current nanny and she’s been wondering what her offence was. In all of this, we just have to be careful and prayerful because we’ll need helping hands one way or the other, especially as P.A. May God continue to protect and nuture our children even when we are not around them IJN. Amen!

  4. Dayo

    April 17, 2018 at 9:00 pm

    Unfortunately the term “Nanny” in Nigeria is most often the fanciful Oyinbo term for what is essentially a quasi-Slavery system. Not in every case, but very often.

  5. 9ja

    April 17, 2018 at 9:04 pm

    When you run through 4 nannies in 6 months, it’s time to start looking for a MIRROR. At the very least, you are not that great at evaluating people. In all instances, you are the CONSTANT factor.

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