– In a recent TV programme, Morayo Afolabi-Brown reveals that she will not allow her husband bathe her daughter even though she trusts him
– This made people imply her husband is a paedophile
– Her husband Brown Kabiti comes to her defence saying that was his term and not his wife’s
– Assistant commissioner of police, Abayomi Shogunle, has wade into the trend as he lists class of married men that should not bathe for their daughters
TVC presenter Morayo Afolabi Brown since December 6, has opened a new chapter in the book of child molestation and abuse that has become a trend in the society lately on her programme Your Views on TVC.
Legit.ng had reported that Morayo made a statement about her husband not allowed to bathe for their daughter.
This statement many people read a lot of diverse meaning to with some assuming she is implying that her husband a paedophile.
The celebrated presenter had to go on TV the following day to clear the air. She said she trusted her husband and that he is not such a person. At a point she burst into tears on live national television show.
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Assistant commissioner of police, Abayomi Shogunle, has reacted to the controversial statement made by TVC presenter, Morayo Aka Bashorun-Brown.
The police boss shared a list which shows classes of married men that should never bathe their daughters on his Twitter handle on Friday, December 7.
Shogunle noted that the class of married men on his list are usually the ones that molest their daughters. He wrote:
He also advised parents to listen to their children as their child molester might be somebody close to the family in a fresh tweet on Saturday, December 8..
Legit.ng also reported that the man in the eye of the storm, Morayo’s husband has spoken on his wife’s statement about him. Brown Kabiti came out in defence of his wife. He made it clear that his wife’s statement is the rule in their house only that he made that rule and not Morayo.
He stated further that the rule was made so that their children will be able to know how serious the issue is.
“I personally extended those rules to myself to reinforce the teaching. That is the modus operandi I have chosen in raising my own daughters. My wife merely spoke on TV as if she made those rules. Her mistake.”
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