We Must Pay Attention To The Music That Our Children Are Exposed To Says Mayowa Adenekan

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Mayowa Adenekan, a well-known talent manager and public relations expert, has spoken out against the Chrisland School controversy.

Remember that Chrisland School in Lagos suspended an unidentified female student for allegedly indulging in “immoral behaviour.” 

The student’s mother, on the other hand, stated that some male students at the school exploited her daughter in a room. 

While the “immoral conduct” was taking place, the female student, whose identity was kept secret because she is a juvenile, was videotaped.

 The incident’s footage was eventually uploaded on social media, eliciting a barrage of responses. 

Mayowa Adenekan aka Mayorspeaks chimed in on the social media debate, saying that parents should pay attention to the music their children listen to.

He also confronted Ubi Franklin, who said that the unidentified girl was drugged, leading her to commit the ‘immoral act.’

His post read: “Dear Ubi, I am a resident of UAE, lived here 6 years, and I can say there is something fishy in the alcohol claim, you can’t get access to alcohol anyhow in UAE, let’s now talk of minors having such substances in their possession.

 Also, most hotel rooms in the UAE have smoke detectors”. 

More viewpoints on this occurrence continue to emerge; let us wait for the whole investigation; I hope justice is done. 

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