Obviously not too high on her to-do list…….
Cropping day-care law may hamper the integration of immigrants
Day care cuts have provoked debate in this club. Mother of four boy’s, Vantaa’s Uche Nwankwo Ezeonwukaike is concerned.
“The youngest child is about to enter kindergarten in August. From day one it should be running, if the children would be there for only a few hours. I did not have very much of my own time, when the two eldest children come to school, “she says.
The asylum seeker from Nigeria came to Finland in 2005, Nwankwo Ezeonwukaike has applied for a job, but come across a language problem. In the autumn she is going to study Finnish, after which she intends to apply for a trade school.
“I’m considering chef, personal assistant and driver professions. The problem is that the husband would want to a driver, and we can not be on the same time shifts.Who else would take care of the children? “She says.
More here. H/T: Jussi Halla-aho: ”Just now?”