Solomon Buchi has once again caught the public’s attention by expressing his intention to forbid his children from using phones until they reach the age of 18.
Buchi, along with his wife, is determined to ensure that their children do not have unrestricted access to phones due to their growing worries about the potential negative effects of early phone exposure on their kids’ values.
Buchi believes that many children of today are introduced to smartphones at a young age, leading to an emergence of entitlement and undesirable behavior.
Furthermore, he argues that the early introduction of smartphones and unlimited internet access has significantly contributed to the moral and psychological challenges faced by this generation.
To address these concerns, Buchi and his wife, Arike, are planning to create a unique home environment for their children. This includes setting up a home library to cultivate a love for reading, a music studio to nurture musical talents, and a painting studio to foster artistic expression.
The objective is to engage their children in activities that don’t center around phone or internet usage.