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TVC HOST, MORAYO: I CANNOT ALLOW MY HUSBAND BATH MY DAUGHTER

TVC HOST, MORAYO: I CANNOT ALLOW MY HUSBAND BATH MY DAUGHTER

I stumbled on this piece online, though published longtime ago but with the rate of immortality in our society, I think we all can learn one or two things on it if we ponder deeply on the issue raised by discussants.

A television host, Morayo Afolabi-Brown, on Friday wept while apologising to her husband over a comment she had made on her show.

She explained that though she trusts her husband, she wouldn’t let him bathe for their daughter.

Afolabi-Brown said, “The last 24 hours have been tougher than I expected, my sincere apologies to my husband for the backlash.

“I love, trust and respect you! It was an error and I’m really sorry! It was not my intention. I love, trust and respect you. It was a slip.

I have learnt my lesson. You do not deserve all the horrible things people have said about you. I’m doing this on TV and I would do it again.”

On the Twitter handle of Television Continental, on whose channel her show airs, she said, “The last 24 hours have been tougher than I expected, my sincere apologies to my husband, I love, trust and respect you! It was an error and I’m really sorry!”

Afolabi-Brown had, on her show, Your View, on Wednesday, while they were discussing the menace of child molestation in the country, said she wouldn’t allow her husband to bathe their daughter, out of fear that he might molest her.

As seen on TVC’s verified Twitter, Afolabi-Brown said, “I absolutely trust my husband, but I won’t take chances and have him bathe my daughter, because whether we like it or not, there is something flying in the air these days that is encouraging imbalance and immoralities.”

She added, “I actually trust my husband, but I’m just being careful because people that have experienced this kind of situation also trusted their husbands and yet, it happened.”

Apology to the Afolabi-Browns family, not trying to raise the dust again but for us all to learn

 

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