- Publisher Betty Irabor has reacted to the trending sex for grades documentary
- Irabor apologised to all the people whose parents were not accessible to discuss with
- The media mogul advised parents to make the home a safe place for their children
Publisher Betty Irabor has apologised on behalf of all the Nigerian parents for all the times they failed their children.
Irabor took to her social media page to tender the apology, while reacting to the trending documentary by BBC, exposing lecturers who molest female students in universities.
In her post, the business mogul revealed that after watching the documentary, she realised that many young girls would not have been able to approach their parents and tell them if they were being sexually harassed in school.
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She stated that many parents would have blamed their daughters for doing something that could warrant the abuse, noting that these were the reasons why evil perpetrators get away with their crimes as they scare their victims with their own parents.
Speaking further, she disclosed that she has read heartbreaking stories of students who endured sexual harassment for years because they could not open up to their parents. She urged Nigerian parents to make the home a safe place for their children.
The media mogul also appealed to society to stop judging people who have the courage to speak about their traumas.
Irabor prayed against perverts, stating that they would continue to drink from their cup of sorrow.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Nigerians reacted to the UNILAG lecturer exposed in sex-for-grade documentary. Many social media users criticized his actions and called for justice to be served.
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