I personally don't think it's hardship.Its beginning to look like greed to me.People want things their social status are not suppose to have,kind of like lack of contentment or so. People you don't even know go say make you do Christmas for them, Go to social media,all account numbers you see in comment sections are Nigerian,all security guards have 2 jobs,one is guarding the place and the other is begging and they've all mastered the act of puppydogface,its crazy.Child beggars,teenage beggars,even people that are trading something also have begging as side hustle,etc...What's happening? You give them today,tomorrow they'll still beg you and act upset when you don't give them. I have worked a lot in poorer African countries even worse than Nigeria.Why is it not so in those places? Nigerian Parents,teach all these children you people are shittinģ up and down like Hot rabbits content,stop glorifying money in the presence of your kids and accept reality.No be everybody go make am,if e be easy you sef no for poor dey recycle generational poverty for your kindred and increasing national poverty by birthing hundreds of destitute kids. Money is a process filled achievement that comes with mastery of a skillset via learning or intuition and comes by selling these values,but you see Nigerians everywhere with no single value to exchange for money ,neither do they have the patience and endurance to master these things all glorifying money and want it so bad in exchange for nothing.How?? And please,this nonsense is peculiar to Nigeria and have been so even before buhari,so all the political influencers should carry that talk one side. I think Nigeria needs iron hands again to curb many of these indiscipline.