Nollywood actress, Political aspirant and philanthropist, Tonto Dikeh, popularly known as King Tonto, has taken to social media to react to a video where a mother had called out an anonymous library in Kuwait for indecent book stock.
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According to the unidentified woman, she had gone to the said library to purchase some books for her kids for educational purposes, only for her to come across books that had gross content which she believes should not be read by kids. The books contained erotic contents and preaches kids being in a wrong body, promoting gender identity switch and choice of sexual partner. Also, the familiar words for children such as "Mother" "Father" "Boy" "Girl" are missing and the only things she could find are words meant for adults.
She appropriately called the librarian's attention to it to be taken out of the book shelves.
Reacting to this, Tonto Dikeh, the mother of one, after expressing shock, advised parents to be cautious of contents they expose their young children to and should always be ready to monitor the kids with both Television shows and Books.
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Many of Tonto's fans asserted this claim and gave their own two cents as well to the pertinent topic of discussion.
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