The dread of damnation isn’t as strong as the need for sex – Rapper Eva Alordiah urges Nigerian parents to begin s*x education with their children as early as possible

In the aftermath of the Chrisland school sex scandal, artist Eva Alordiah has urged parents to begin sex education with their children at a young age.

Eva stated in a tweet thread that because the information is now readily available, it is critical for parents to be the ones who teach their children about sex.

Nigerian parents, she said, should stop hiding behind the veil of hypocrisy and religion. Most Nigerian parents, she added, hope that preachers who promise hell as a punishment for immorality will keep their children from becoming curious.

She went on to say that the dread of damnation isn’t nearly as strong as the desire for sex, thus sex education should begin as soon as possible.

See her post below.

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