BBNaija All Stars: Lagos govt condemns Seyi Awolowo’s comment
The Lagos State Domestic and Sexual Violence Agency, DSVA, has strongly condemned the comments of Big Brother Naija All Stars housemate Seyi Awolowo.
The Daily Post reports that Seyi claimed, during a conversation with Whitemoney after the Saturday night party, that he had opened a miscellaneous account for his son to enable him to have sex with other people’s daughters.
“I’m giving birth to boys so they can run trains on people’s daughters. I’ve opened a miscellaneous account to use and have sex with people’s daughters,” he said.
His comment generated controversy on social media.
Also, reacting in a post on its official X, formerly known as Twitter, the Lagos State Domestic and Sexual Violence Agency wrote: “We strongly condemn the comments made by Seyi Awolowo in the disturbing video that has surfaced. Such remarks perpetuate harmful attitudes and contribute to a culture of violence and abuse.”
Buhari condemns attack on Adamawa pastor, killing of two sons
President Muhammadu Buhari has condemned the attack by gunmen on Rev. Daniel Umaru of EYN Church, Njairi, in the Mubi Local Government Area of Adamawa State.Naijacrawl reports that the gunmen on Tuesday shot the pastor, killed two of his sons, and kidnapped his 13-year-old daughter.The Adamawa pastor is still battling for his life at the hospital, alongside his wife. However, the daughter was released over the weekend after a huge ransom was allegedly paid.Buhari, w...
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Group Condemns Unceasing Killing Of Elephant In Nigeria
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