Asiri Comedy has opened up on how he use to bed-wet until he got to SS3. In a chat with Saturday Beats, He said, “Growing up, my parents were teachers; my mother was a talented geographer. She used to calculate my walking distance from home to school.

Asiri Comedy has opened up on how he use to bed-wet until he got to SS3. In a chat with Saturday Beats, He said, “Growing up, my parents were teachers; my mother was a talented geographer. She used to calculate my walking distance from home to school.

Asiri Comedy has opened up on how he use to bed-wet until he got to SS3. In a chat with Saturday Beats, He said, “Growing up, my parents were teachers; my mother was a talented geographer. She used to calculate my walking distance from home to school.

I didn't ’ t have the luxury of playing street football; I only used to watch it from the window. The only time I used to go out was on Sundays and it was to church.

However, there was a day I wet my sister’s report card, which she had put on the couch. I had slept on it. At that point, I had issues with the bed -wetting to the extent that they nicknamed me ‘ Tomiwa.’ “I stopped bed -wetting in SS3.

At the time, it was fun because it was part of my pranks. I just knew that when it was about 1 am, I must go and pee but I would not do it.

“My parents were bothered at a point and my grandma once came and brought something for me to drink, and instructed that once I drank it, I should not go outside again, but that day, I gave them a double portion of bed -wetting. ”

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Asiri Comedy, who became popular due to the comedy skits he does with Woli Arole, advised parents who had children facing the same problem not to stigmatize them, saying it would stop eventually.

According to him, stigmatizing them might leave them with a low self-esteem. “Basically, if it is a boy that has this problem, they should leave him alone.
It is considered to be a medical problem but it gets to an age before it is termed as that as it could be a form of mannerism by the child. “For instance, creative people tend to play pranks a lot which was the case for me.

As for me, I used to imagine a scenario whereby my friends and I would go to play football and when we were returning in groups, there would be that one person in the gang that would say I want to pee, by resonance, I would also pee in reality.

“If you have a boy with this condition, don’t rub it in his face instead help him through it by waking him up at intervals in the night. Don’ t stigmatize; if you do that, he will have low self-esteem.

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