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Friday, July 12, 2019

MURIC Sends Memo To FG To Stop Airing Of BBNaija 2019 Reality Show

The Muslim Rights Concern, MURIC, has attacked the government of President Muhammadu Buhari for allowing the Big Brother Naija reality TV show go on.








The Islamic group labelled the show being aired on national television as ‘immoral, dangerous and Bohemian.’
The group’s objection was contacted in a press statement by its Founder and Director, Professor Ishaq Akintola, on Friday.

The statement added, “We are being forcibly dragged to a world of nudity, shamelessness and open promiscuity. Inmates of BBNaija kiss, romance and engage in s#x openly. BBNaija is Bohemian, anti-social, crude and immoral. It constitutes a potent danger to every home. BBNaija is Satanic. It is unacceptable.


“Where are our norms and values? Is it part of African culture to engage in s#x in the open? Where are the authorities? Is the Ministry of Information and Culture sleeping? Is the National Orientation Agency on sabbatical? Who will protect our children from this despicable onslaught? Who did this to Nigeria?


“This reality show is dragging our children into a life of moral debauchery. It is robbing them of the last vestiges of honour. It is deleting the word ‘shame’ from their vocabulary. BB Naija has alienated our youth from the elders. A yawning lacuna now exists between the young and the old. Irreversible social crisis looms.


“We must see those who woo our young ones with humongous amounts of money, big cars and palatial buildings as those bent on destroying industry, diligence and integrity particularly among the youth. Nothing destroys a nation faster than materialism. The daughters of Jezebel are here already. Unless the authorities move with the speed of lightning, human dignity in Nigeria is going, going, going!


“Or do we not realize that for every single BB Naija inmate who wins big amount of money and a car, more than 50 million young people are misled? Qur’an 30:41 says, ‘Evil has appeared on both land and sea as a result of the handiworks of men…’ The Bible in Ephesians 4:19 was also describing these people when it says, ‘Having lost all sensitivity, they have given themselves over to sensuality so as to indulge in every kind of impurity, with a continual lust for more.’


“Already, the desperate quest for wealth by all means has gripped Nigerian youth like hay fever. It has railroaded them into Yahoo Yahoo, ritual killings and a museum mentality for the collection of female panties. Where exactly are we going?


“This development calls for serious concern and we are deeply concerned because we are the Muslim Rights Concern. Our hearts bleed in MURIC. This is the kind of evil that Muslim and Christian leaders should unite to fight with all their strength instead of dissipating their energy on a phantom Islamisation, a mirage called Fulanisation, Maradonic religiousity and gymnastic spirituality.


“We can put an end to this anomaly called BB Naija if Christians and Muslims bury the hatchet and come together to fight evil. Home is home. Moral debauchery knows no religion. The destructive influence of television shows like BB Naija penetrates both Christian and Muslim homes.


“Ditto for the custodians of our culture and tradition. Our traditional rulers ignore a program like this which has all the potentials to diminish the dignity of our culture. They are fighting over who should be chairman of the Council of traditional rulers. They want to be the King of kings and rivals of the Supreme Creator. Who placed a curse on Nigeria?


“Homo sapiens may not respect a single snake when they see one. But can anyone wait to see what follows if the cobra leads and it is faithfully followed by the python, the black mamba, rattle snake, garter snake and the anaconda? So what do you think will happen if our traditional rulers from the East, West and North march on Aso Rock to demand the immediate halt of this horrible show?


“To cap the edifice, MURIC calls for immediate and total ban on this satanic television show. We charge the Ministry of Information and Culture to move swiftly against BB Naija before moral debauchery becomes Nigeria’s middle name. Nigerian youth must be protected from themselves and the time to do so is now. We invite the National Assembly to intervene immediately and we appeal to traditional rulers to add their voices to this campaign.”

From Daily Post

80 comments:

  1. Make una take several seats MURIC or whatever una call una selves. Why haven't they asked the president to stop the herdsmen from killing and raping people. I guess that isn't a problem to them. Nonsense

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    1. Buhari sef don't know which way to face again.

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    2. Anon 17.15 abeg leave me oooo🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    3. Walahi the man is confused πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    4. MURIC, how una take know the content if una no they look the show or talk about it?

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    5. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ see me laughing like a hyena at the 17:15 comment.

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    6. These guys are definitely delusional. To start with, I'm not a fan of BBNaija and I even banned my family from watching it cos I equally think it's immoral and adds to value to us as a people. These thoughts are however personal and can't/shouldn't be forced on any1. Otherwise, this will be an act of infringing on other people freedom. After all, no1 is forcing another to watch the show. It's on pay TV and you av a right not to subscribe to it.
      Now, they wanna form alliance with Christains - this is a pure case of misplaced priority and focusing on minor issues rather dn more important ones. This their "religion of peace" is indeed a virus to the world

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    7. 17:15 comment,you're savage ai swear.πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    8. Anon my sister no be small thing... Hahahahaha.... The man go soon tell una say e done blame so they can leave him alone.

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    9. Is the show airing on NTA? Or is channel 29 the only channel on DSTV? These simpletons are failing to understand that we all have a right to choice and person wey wan spoil go spoil regardless of BBN. Let them take several sits back Mbok. Apparently, the herdsmen attack and the general hardship in the country isn't a source of worry to them...only BBN.

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    10. 17:15 you gat me rotflmo!

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  2. Thats the reason it is air on dstv,so its your choice to watch and not to watch.

    Cos dstv isn't own by Nigeria or probably they are asking the fed govt to ban dstv from the whole country.
    Anyone who choose to watch can watch and no body force anyone to it.

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    1. These people have started again, we are not citizens of an Islamic country, you cannot force your beliefs on anyone. If you do not want to watch any show, you can skip it.
      The find it easy to kill but will call out other sins committed by people who do not practice their religion.
      They are the greatest hypocrites in this world.

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    2. “Or do we not realize that for every single BB Naija inmate who wins big amount of money and a car, more than 50 million young people are misled? Qur’an 30:41 says, ‘Evil has appeared on both land and sea as a result of the handiworks of men…’ The Bible in Ephesians 4:19 was also describing these people when it says, ‘Having lost all sensitivity, they have given themselves over to sensuality so as to indulge in every kind of impurity, with a continual lust for more.’

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  3. Is it by force to watch it? Is it aired on all stations? See this Boko Haram people that waste lives as if they are killing fowl. Common go and sit down my friend !!! First remove the log of wood in your eyes before coming for others. Over righteous fools. Mtchewwwwww...

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  4. Noisemakers everywhere they did not see the Shia wahala or boko haram ish to pressure the government on. It is BBN. Nigeria is secular state but this people are there blabbing crap. Nonsense.

    Auzubillahi to all of you.

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  5. Speaking of morality are they not also the ones into child marriage? Destroying the innocence of the girl child and also involved in rape. They should common get out if they don't have something important to say. Hypocrites!!!!

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  6. To cap the edifice??? Muric Muric... One word for you... This is NigeriaπŸ˜’πŸ˜’πŸ˜’ also, charity begins at home. Your wild youths in the North that sniff all sniffnables and drink every every even while wearing the hijab didn't watch BBN before they went haywire oh and in case you didn't notice, all our ministers and their ministries seems to be sleeping.
    "A mirage called Fulanisation?" Bia, who wrote this thing sef? πŸ˜‚ this is a very verbose memo

    P.S it's on DSTV not on national television.

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  7. I think we have had enough of this Muslim ideology.
    This country does not belong to the Muslims, any attempt by the northern folks to Islamatize Nigeria, must be resisted at all cost.
    Every part of the world has it's own ways of doing things.
    In the north there's a profound rumor that most of these Fulani herdsmen are sleeping with their animals.
    We from the south have not asked that all the northerners be castrated.
    Let the north face its business and let the other parts of the country live their lives the way they want to. We are in the 21st century for Christ sake.
    Watching bbn is not by compulsion, you have a choice. If it doesn't agree with your way of life, switch to another station πŸ’πŸΏ‍♀

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  8. Is this our only problem as a nation??? No word from MURIC concerning RUGA or the incessant killings and kidnapping going on the the country. See Naija taya me abeg

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  9. Misplaced priority .If you wish to fight evil why not do that to the government. So BBN is now the highest evil in the society?. Useless Muslims always overdoing their things. Oversabis, I too know. Common shift make person see road !!! Rubbish!!

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  10. They should go and sit down. Watching BBN is a choice, if you don’t pay for DSTV or turn on your TV no one is going to force you to watch it. Also there are other channels to watch. Hyprocrites, when they look for them to denounce underage marriage and abuse in the mosques by clerics they’d be voiceless and tone deaf. Abeg X 3

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  11. They shd flip the channels nah haba

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  12. I agree, for my children's sake.

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    1. I only think dstv should remove the secs scenes. Daxzal

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    2. You can use parental whatever to stop them from watching.

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    3. You as a parent can decide what you want your child to watch.

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    4. No one is forcing anyone to watch it, and parents can restrict such channels from kids.
      It's like saying we should do away with social media because some people may get corrupted by what they see.
      Most Muslims are pervs, that's why they view everything as negative while they commit worse sins in private.

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    5. Use parential lock on it dear. My sister has restricted access to several cartoon channels on DSTV because of their homosexual characters . Same way one can't say pull down goggle so that children and teens will not be able to browse porn sites rather install an app that will block such sites from been accessed.

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  13. Hian all these epistle because of a show you can totally ignore? The way they went about it, one would think there's nothing else on TV.

    Why won't the youths clamour for shows like bbnaija when the govt has failed us?

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  14. I am not a Muslim but i support this!!! useless series of drama full of immoral acts




    There is nothing to learn from it!!!

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    1. What do you learn from football?

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    2. ... and yet you are a constant vistor to P*rnHub. Atleast you visit there 3 times in a week.

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    3. I'm not a Muslim too but I know that BBN is all shades of wrong! At the stage we are in Africa, our societal set up should encourage innovation and promote core AFRICAN values. What aspect of creativity, resilience and Africanism does BBN project? With all the growth the Asian countries have seemingly embraced, they still hold fast to their core values. We should learn to choose what and who we copy from Wisely. #3m dollars(1.8bn naira) was spent on BBN by bet9ja.. yet there is Ultimate Search that 'died' due to lack of funding.. God save Africa

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    4. the man most have written that while trying to control his erection, abi he was even wanking far.

      me that I am a liberal christian have never and will never have watched it if not for my addiction to SDK. My dedicated muslim man friend openly tells me he watches it, who he hates who he likes and etc I bet he watches shower hour with glee.

      //“We are being forcibly dragged to a world of nudity, shamelessness and open promiscuity. Inmates of BBNaija kiss, romance and engage in s#x openly. BBNaija is Bohemian, anti-social, crude and immoral. It constitutes a potent danger to every home. BBNaija is Satanic. It is unacceptable.//

      bros go and mount your 10th wife while imagining sex with cow, gerrarahia

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    5. Not a muslim but I don't support bbn. That thing is useless and a waste of time. Though can't force anyone. That thing is not good for impressionable minds.

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  15. When Nigeria was better,there was nothing like bb,it might not be d best show, but all am saying is,,more circulation of 100 naira note.

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  16. See this pretenders o, bloody hypocrites. D show is rated 18, if u don't want 2 watch use ur block setting pls. Imagine, r they trying to turn us in2 an Islamic country? Nigeria,Na all of us get am, get use 2 it. Ndi Ara !

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  17. There are several channels, control what your children watch on the Tv.
    Simple

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  18. In as much as I hate that show, MURIC got it wrong.
    Nigeria is a secular state. How did they even know that
    there was a show in the first place; they watched it?
    I have never tuned in to that show.
    Nobody is attacking the president for allowing sharia laws in
    the North or attending OIC meeting when Nigeria is not a muslim country.
    There is freedom of expression in the Nigerian constitution.
    I won't watch this show, I don't like it but I don't ever think that
    islamization of Nigerian culture should be ignored.

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  19. I'm not a fan of the show but what an irony this is coming from people who see nothing wrong with marrying a girl off at age 9. Hypocrisy of the highest order.

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  20. Can these people just rest please. Year in, year out they come with the same thing. It’s not by force to watch it. Change the channel and watch Channels or JimJam naa.

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  21. hmmm MURIC this one strong o..I stopped watching anything big whether brother o cousin o or even auntie since big brother africa 2011.

    Lovers of the show may disagree but that programme to me does not add any value to your being. You might say entertainment but to what end

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    1. That's what you think friend. Ori e ti da ru finally

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    2. i dont see any benefit to sports channel and zee world, oya ban them na,

      yen yen yen

      next post biko

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  22. Parents give phones to their children without knowing that they can see any type of nudity they deem fit. Muric should do something to stop that too. They don't have agenda. They are giving the show more publicity.

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  23. These people should park well jor. Of all the wahala Naija is facing, na BBNaija be these ones problem?

    I don't even find the show interesting at all. It's boring as far as I'm concerned.

    If you don't want your kids to watch it, tell them not to.

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  24. 1. Nigeria is a secular state.. its neither Christian nor islamic.
    2. Its a thing of choice, never tune to the channel. Well, your kids will meet other kids who will tell them about BBN, the onus is on you to train your kids and by God's grace hope you have done a good job.
    3. The current BBN isnt aired out of the shores of Africa meaning you can ban it from being watched in your house . Institute parental guidance and censor the channel.
    4. Whether you ban BBN or not, evil and good will always exist till the end of time. There is nothing you can do about it. Not even prayers can eradicate it. You only pray for good to triumph but we all know till we take our last breath , evil and good will always exist to maintain the balance. Its left for you to make a choice if you love good, choose good and train your offsprings to see good and always choose it.
    5. If all these yarns is to enter heaven, hypocrisy surrounding this issue, will be a fast track to the hell they are running from.

    My 2 cents
    Peace.

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  25. We shouldn't indulge these people. IGNORE. JOKERS! CLOWNS!

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  26. I am a CHRISTIAN and I can confidently say that MURIC is right. BBN is morally reprensible and it's a shame that so-called Christians are supporting the IQ reducing and morally bankrupting show of shame. Nonsense!!!

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    1. you are not a christian, you don't type like one.

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    2. Sinners judging sinners for sinning differently

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    3. Anonymous 17:02. Ori e di da ru finally. Among all the things being aired on BBN, you mean its only the sex scene you pick interest in? how many times do you visit p*rnhub in a month? Ogbeni you are an hypocrite.

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    4. Aunty Christianity and Islam are not the only religions practiced in Nigeria, so you cannot tell anyone what to watch, as far as no one is causing another person bodily harm, you cannot decide for anyone.
      Some people are even atheists, so you cannot force what you believe down their throats.
      For those who do not know, dstv has a blocking setting. You can block what doesn't appeal to your beliefs, it's not a do or die affair or watch NTA.

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  27. Professor ishaq has made him self useless...those that watch bbn, wants to because you dont subscribe their dstv for them..
    Akuya

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  28. They should all get lost,bunch of hypocrites,no body forced them to watch the show.

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  29. These ones are not serious. I don't like the show but you can't force your choice on people. It's not a must to watch it. We have so many issues in this country but they will never drag the government to do something about them. Mtcheeewww

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  30. Lol! This group is a little too late. Almost feels like their aim is merely to stay relevant as opposed to bringing any real change. I suppose it goes withoutsaying as they are only a Concern group. If they are really concerned about what the youth watch they should surely make a case for banning the internet and mainstream television as a whole as these platforms are going the way of the west which we describe as immorality. Nonetheless this was an interesting read with great choices of words by the author.

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  31. First of, DSTV is not “national TV”
    Second: nigeria is not an islamic nation, if the moslems dont like the show, the Christians dont mind it.
    Its not compulsory to watch BBNaija
    I’m not a fan of the show but this NURIC and Islamic nonsense has to stop

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  32. He be like say this muric abi muri they nono. So big brother na the problem Nigeria is facing right now?? Which kind mumu people they this country like this. U Muri, if I hear u talk again I go slap you run mad. Nonsense people.

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  33. BBN is not Nigeria problem for now...it is a choice and it's not compulsory to watch...
    They should go and focus on reasonable issue not Bbn..

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  34. Mtcheew waste of Memo

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  35. These MURIC peeps are very funny and jobless. It's not aired on your local station and Nigeria is not a country for only Muslims.
    You've got good options, you either boycott DSTV and Go TV for the period it will be aired or don't tune in to the station where it's been aired. If you're even complaining for your kids you either use the options above or use the PG lock code. It's that simple.
    As na their kinsman be president how won't they complain about irrelevant issues leaving the relevant ones.

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  36. Alternative Facts12 July 2019 at 17:52

    All I can see is, “A museum mentality for the collection of female panties”... πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…

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  37. When Muslims stop fucking and marrying 13 year old girls as bride we will ban BBN reality show. Rubbish😡

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  38. Who forced muric to watch the show. These people are highly hypocritical. Is Nigeria a Muslim nation? very soon they will go n bomb the bbn venue.

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  39. Oga swerve joor! TRAIN UP UR CHILD/REN THE WAY THEY SHLD GO SO DAT WEN THEY GROW UP, THEY WILL NOT WATCH WAT YOU DON WANT HIM TO WATCH. .. I'm nt a BBN fan but dis is absolute NKOEGHERI!

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  40. Just imagine them talking yanyanpu.is it not their belief that allows them marry an under age girl.

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  41. The President now has plenty special advisers. Oshisco.... is BBN the cause of Nigeria's problems??

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  42. They should tell the Government too to block all porn sites so that youth can not access them.

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  43. MURIC MURIC MURIC! always having an opinion in things that does not concern them. Bet9ja take note, a bomb might be thrown to the venue and your supposed ₦1.8bn flushed down the drain

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  44. Crazyhornywife12 July 2019 at 20:56

    So MURIC it's ok for your men to marry underage girls???? Sleep with these underage girls , cause them a fistula in their vagina and move on to the next underage girl.
    MuRIC so it's ok for your people to bomb and kill innocent lives right????
    Lemmi pretend you don't know, BBN is aired on DSTV ( it is a paid TV) .
    Don't pay or block your eyesπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  45. Total waste of memo.
    So despite all the ills, killings, wickedness, lopsided appointments to name but a few things going on in the Country, Muric jokely 'picked' BBN as the highest 'evil' in the Land? What a wow!
    You guys should not go and arm your fanatics to go and bomb the venue, we know how irrational and horrible you guys can be. I don talk my own.

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  46. So don't watch the big brother naija channel nau . leave government to govern. You teach your kids morals n block some channels to restrict viewing

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  47. Granted, there are several other cogent issues bugging Nigeria presently, which MURIC shd be looking into and condemning but this BBN issue is also one of them. If u take time to consider his arguments, he's making valid points. U may argue that viewership can be restricted (which in itself is true) however, one still finds such productions getting into the public space - offices, shops, restaurants, transport vehicles, etc. Like porn, such productions shd also be restricted from such public space. Let's not throw away the baby with the bathwater. Our youths need to be reorientated before inanities like BBN drive them off the brink. Another way to do that nevertheless, is for the government to make some sense out of the present contraption we keep calling a nation, let the youth find more useful things to keep themselves busy with.

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