Is It Wrong For Nigerian Censorship Board To Stop This Movie Production?
By OmegaFacts | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 0 views
Recently, the manager of Equality Hub who's name is Pamela Adie dropped a poster and hinted on releasing a "romanticized" movie titled "Ife" which is going to be the first L*sbian movie in Nigeria.
However, it has received tons of backlash from both the Nigerian Censorship Board and also some social media users but this didn't even shake the heart of the determined producers.
Is the fact that the NFVCB are trying to prevent the movie from airing a wrong justification or a way of preventing Nigeria to become another abode of sodomy.
Come to think of it, most of all the social vice we encountered today were promoted and brought to light by the movie screen as it is rare to see any movie that wouldn't support immorality in the name of entertainment. They are all bunch of negative influences to both the society and the development of a younger generation.
Although Pamela said the genre of the upcoming movie is purely romance, it is fairly impossible to except the context of homosexuality from it.
Sub kind of film might further encourage girls in embracing same-gender relationship all in the name of "s*xual preference".
We were all created from Adam and Eve not Eve and Jennifer or Adam and Evans. Diving out of the path of nature means we will lost our way and will never view the horizon of morality again.
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