MURIC Blows Hot: “BBNaija Show Is The Devil’s Incarnate, It Must Be Stopped.”

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On Tuesday, October 4, Runsewe made the request during an inquiry by an ad hoc committee of the House.

MURIC, the Muslim Rights Concern, has reaffirmed its opposition to the Big Brother Naija program.

The group backed Segun Runsewe’s requests that members of the House of Representatives grant the National Council for Art and Culture’s (NCAA) Director-General Segun Runsewe the authority to arrest and prosecute crossdressers in the nation as well as a legal framework to pursue the producers of Big Brother Naija (BBN) over nudity displayed on the show.

On Tuesday, October 4, Runsewe made the request during an inquiry by an ad hoc committee of the House.

In a statement issued on Sunday, October 9, by its group head, Prof. Ishaq Akintola, MURIC backed Runsewe’s demands and referred to the reality TV program as “demonic.”

“On October 4, Segun Runsewe, the director general of the National Council for Arts and Culture (NCAC), urged the National Assembly (NASS) to provide his organization the authority to pursue BB Naija in order to end nudity in the reality TV program.

The Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) backs Runsewe’s call, and we don’t see any reason why the NASS won’t support him fully. The reality TV program Big Brother Naija is the anti-Christ deceiving Nigerian youth.

BB Naija has consistently been condemned by MURIC. We are able to recall two different statements made on the reality TV program. We released a statement titled “Ban BB Naija” on July 12, 2019.

We once more released a statement on October 8, 2020, with the headline “MURIC Chides Ogun Governor Over BBNaija Gifts.”

At that time, the governor presented the winner of the reality TV competition with a bungalow and N5 million in cash.

The governor’s behavior, in our opinion, idolized immorality and demonized discipline. We called his behavior “disappointing, disgusting, misguided, and narrow-minded.”

We ask the NASS to hear from Runsewe. The voice of reason is it. Our young people are being dragged by BBNaija into a world of nudity, immorality, and shamelessness. Every home is seriously threatened by BBNaija. It is an outright rape of our conventions, values, and traditions. It is lactiferous, BBNaija.

If the NASS heeds Runsewe’s petition, its name will be permanently inscribed in gold letters. His appeal has exposed our legal system’s flaws.

It has come to light that there are now no restrictions strong enough to prevent romance and sex from appearing on our television channels. Now is the moment to give the law some teeth.

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