Following the release of the viral l*sbian s*x video of former Miss Anambra, Chidinma Okeke which took the internet users by surprise, a Catholic sister has begged Nigerians.
The National Coordinator of the Association for Universal Moral Education Nigeria, Rev. Sis. Therese Nwodo, has added her voice to the controversial l*aked l*sbian s*x video of former Miss Anambra, Chidinma Okeke who was involved in a s*x scandal.
According to her, poor family orientation made youths susceptible to societal and peer influence and called for a stronger relationship between the family and the child. She begged Nigerian public not to traumatise the beauty queen the more by dramatising her situation, but to offer her psychological and spiritual succour to overcome the crisis.
She said the incident can be attributed to a breakdown of morals and values in the society.
Nwodo blamed the incident on the failure of parents to train their children the right way. She said this while addressing newsmen in Awka on Monday, ahead of the second annual conference of the association billed for Abuja from November 1st to 4th, Nwodo described the development as unfortunate.
“The l*sbianism story about the beauty queen is unfortunate; it is symptomatic of what is going on in the society now. Our values have gone down; parents are no longer available to teach their children what is socially acceptable.
“Whatever the case, whether she was lured or coerced, if the values were there she should have had the character to say no but because society itself rewards such act, she fell for it, so we must look at our value system again.
“But this is not the time for a blame game. Somebody is now traumatised and we should make effort to bring her back into the society to become a normal human again,” she said.
Nwodo said the conference, with the theme, “Gardening the Mind as a Way Toward National Unity”, would address some of the moral issues facing the society.
According to her, the conference would discuss issues related to corruption, violence, s*xual immorality and other forms of moral decadence.