Without pulling the punches of this reality: It was clear to media practitioners that Mr Akin Fadeyi, who acted the role of communications advisor and spokesperson for Chrisland and the entire team he worked with, did an highly exemplary job.
He said that parents were to take the larger portion of the blame in shaping their children to becoming responsible in the society.
Which is my attitude to the parents of the children involved in the Dubai sex video, both boys and girls.
For me, the most salient of all the issues involved in the sex video crisis pertains to how we choose to raise and care for our children, which could either keep leading us to crisis or help us to rein in on this.
I believe that the government needs to evolve a better system of managing these issues when they erupt, through rules and regulations on how to address such crisis, coupled with penalties for indiscretion in circulating information about children.
So, how could they have known how to get such drugs? Subsequently, it became more evident that the issue had been largely broken and driven on social media due to the intervention of some influencer, who did this either as a form of altruistic or self-seeking pursuit, depending on whose perspective one chooses to believe.
I think a big part of the buck for whatever happens to our children stops with the parents — they gave birth to them, and these kids supposedly spend the greater number of the hours in a day with their mothers and fathers.
It has always been.