“BBNaija is evil, we must clampdown on it” – Christian Association of Nigeria says

The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has kicked against the ongoing BBNaija show, describing it as evil.

CAN Rivers State chapter urged well-meaning Nigerians to join in the protest against the reality TV show.

BBNaija is evil, we must clampdown on it - Christian Association of Nigeria says lailasnews

Chairman of CAN in Rivers State, Stanley Dimkpa stated that the immorality being portrayed in the show should be vehemently condemned because it breeds evil. He said;

“As Christians this, this ceremony is aimed at promoting diligence and reinvigorating a positive lifestyle and collectively making our state better.

A state where tribe, creed, political party and church do not matter in the scheme of things but a state where equity, equality, qualification, truth and hard work are necessary criteria and conditions for justice.

Promotion and appointment in all fields of life where reward and good morals will encourage everyone to abhor evil and do what is right. Romans 12:9.

All these are needed to replace what we have in our world today where societal ills, crimes and immoral behaviours are geometrically increasing due to bad governance, poverty and reward for wrong doing, such as Big Brother Naija.

I want to emphasize Big Brother Naija because all of us have to fight collectively to stop this immoral act and injustice in our land, as Christians and Africans, we have respect for mankind.

For those of us that have allowed our friends and families to encourage the patronage of Big Brother Naija, know that it is an evil and we must clampdown on it.”

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