- Primary school kids of an institution in Nigeria have been captured in a video singing a new poem against sexual abuse
- The kids gesticulated as they sang in unison in the viral clip
- Nigerians have commended the school owners for the initiative while calling on other schools to learn from them
Pupils of Hon Kazeem Alimi Memorial Pry School, Ajah, Lagos have gone viral after a video emerged of their rhyme recital against sexual abuse and molestation on assembly ground.
The primary school kids gesticulated as they sang in unison, a song which was composed by the school's headmistress, a tweep @mayrocnigltd confirmed.
"Wowwww!!! My mummy's school is trending, mum taught them this song, she is the headmistress, mumsy and composing different songs sha!!!"
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The lyrics of the poem which is unconnected to the trending Baba Ijesha's minor abuse saga goes thus:
"If you touch my private part I will tell.
"I will tell to my daddy, I will tell it to my mummy if you touch my private part I will tell."
Sharing a video of the pupils as they sang on Twitter, @aproko_doctor wrote:
''This is brilliant!"
Watch the video here:
Nigerians showered encomiums on the school authorities for the concept and urged other institutions to follow suit.
"E sure me die my son go first blow your eye. That’s what I told him. Anyone touch ur peepee. Give dem a black eye."
"This is awesome.
"You can Also use the Underwear rule, PANTS.
"P= Privates are private
"A= Always remember your body belongs to you.
"N= No means No
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"T= Tell secrets that upset you to your parents.
"S= Speak up, Someone can help."
"This is wonderful.
"But What happens when the person whom they are supposed to tell is the one touching the Johhny in an indecent way?
"In the case of pedophilic step fathers?
"I know it's not common but it still happens.
"I pray such kids find help."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that embattled actor Baba Ijesha risks facing life imprisonment.
The Lagos state government on Tuesday, May 4, had released a statement signed by Moyosore Onigbanjo, the state’s commissioner for justice, in which it was disclosed that the actor could be charged to court.
It was recommended that Baba Ijesha should be charged under five sections of the Lagos state criminal law. Some of the sections listed include: Section 135 – indecent treatment of a child - punishable by seven years imprisonment; Section 137 – defilement of a child – punishable by life imprisonment.