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May 8, 2023 at 3:25 am - Views: 10 #11399Alade EmmanuelParticipant
Nigerian Parents, eti yin melo?!
Check your Children Textbooks.
Infact, be the one to go to their school and collect the Textbook before the kids have access to it.
Won ti fe gbe wa l’handicap.
If the below broadcast is true
📌📌📌. MATTER OF URGENT ALERT. WE HAVE SET OUR ANTENNA OUT IN SEARCH OF ANY SUCH TEXTBOOKS AMONG US. PARENTS PLEASE BE CAREFUL WHAT TEXTBOOKS YOU BUY FOR YOUR WARDS AND WHERE YOU BUY THEM. THERE IS FIRE ON THE MOUNTAIN IN NIGERIA EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM. PLEASE, WATCH OUT.
READ THIS TO THE END👇👇
INCLUSION OF SEX AND HOMOSEXUALITY IN NIGERIAN PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOL TEXTBOOKS.
Many English, Mathematics and Social Science textbooks used in many Nigerian secondary schools today have been corrupted to include lewd (Homosexuality) matters in order to sexualize the young students.
For instance, in Mathematics, a typical Maths question for primary school pupils is: “20 condoms + 5 condoms-2 condoms equals…”.
At the moment in my little office, I have the latest lewd-textbooks or sexualized textbooks used in corrupting our secondary school pupils in Nigeria. They include: Basic science Junior Secondary School Razat Publishers, 2018 edition, (for JSS3). Open pages 78 – 83 to see the harmful contents of the book- lesson on teenage pregnancy, types of abortions students can do, myths & facts about pregnancy, indoctrination of the pupils on terminology of unsafe & safe abortion, six ways to prevent pregnancy with contraceptives, how to enjoy ‘safe sex’ without pregnancy: false information on four types of abstinence of which none is the actual definition of abstinence to be promoted among adolescents.
Active Basic Science, 2014 edition By Tola Anjorin, Okechukwu Okolo, Philias Yara, Bamidele Mutiu, Fatima Koki, Lydia Gbagu: See Pages 31- 34. Cry for Justice By Ademola Adefila; See Pages 60-61, 64-65, read the description of having sex and sexual experience. Stigma By Samson O Shobayo, See the pages.
The book encourages sexual relationship with HIV patients; kissing. Basic Science & Technology for Junior Secondary School 1, 2 and 3: By W.K Hamzat, S. Bakare: See Pages 29- 47 Page 48-52 Page 64 Pages 67- 73 and Pages 86 of the three books which promote abortion, LGTB, masturbation and safe-sex with condoms.
New Concept English for Senior Secondary Schools for SSS2, Revised edition (2018 edition) By J Eyisi, A Adekunle, T Adepolu, F Ademola Adeoye, Q Adams and, J Eto, See Pages 103- 104 that contain obscene and vulgar expressions such as : “small men always thinking small and acting small ”and these vulgar words:. “He swore by the grey hairs of his head and his penis… even by the cunt of his own mother”.
It is high time Nigerian parents woke up to their parental responsibilities. Parents are the primary educators of their children. They cannot shirk this responsibility under the excuse that they are working hard to eke out a living.
Most social vices in Nigeria today are caused by failed parenting. Failed parenting engenders armed robbery, banditry and kidnapping.This is regrettable. The family institution, unarguably, is indeed the fundamental unit of society.
The family is the natural context in which children imbibe those cherished values which form the superstructures for the building of our national ethos.
Therefore, parents should rediscover themselves and reinvigorate their respective families to enable them to parent their own children to be responsible citizens. Our civilization is imperiled when families are imperiled.
Please read and forward to other groups.
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