Pastor David Ibiyeomie Reacts To Chrisland Viral Video
KanyiDaily had reported how a 10-year-old female student of Chrisland School was seen having sεx with her classmates during a trip to Dubai, where they participate in the World School Games (WSG) between March 10 and 13, 2022.
The student’s mother had claimed that her daughter was raped, but Chrisland said the girl took part in a “truth-or-dare” game with other male students who had sεx with her while recording the incident and posted it on Instagram.
Reacting in a video shared via his Instagram page, Pastor Ibiyeomie said parents should not buy mobile phones for their children until they get admission into the university.
The cleric also advised parents to teach their children sex education at home, adding that efforts must be put in place to control children’s exposure to the media.
He said, “The Bible said you should train your child the way he should grow and not depart from it. There is a thread in our society today where parents are no longer taking responsibility to train their children.
“It’s a disturbing thread, parents are busy and absent from the training of their children. I emphasise on the following points. Parents should encourage discipline from home. Parents of adolescents children should use wisdom to teach sex education and not allow them learn from their peers.
“Parents should regulate TV and internet use. Unlimited access to internet and mobile phone should be discouraged. Infact, don’t buy phone for any child who has not gone to university. It may sound very awkward, I know you’re too civilized but do not do it.
“I refuse to buy David a phone till he gets to high school and told him he will never use phone till he enters university. Now, he thank me saying he now understands. Phone and tatablets anything pops up, let them use your own. Buy a landline, put in your parlour and if they don’t agree stand your ground.”
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KanyiDaily recalls that Nollywood actor, Joseph Benjamin had also reacted to the Chrisland sex scandal, saying parents and celebrities have a lot to do to raise good children and curb moral decadence.