David O. Oyedepo is a Nigerian preacher, Christian author, businessman, architect, and the founder and presiding Bishop of the Faith Tabernacle in Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria, and Living Faith Church Worldwide, also known as Winners' Chapel International. He has joined other Nigerians to back the proposed social media regulation by the Nigerian Government.
According to Sahara Reporters who posted it on their verified Facebook page, the clergyman gave the charge in his address on Friday at the seventh convocation of Landmark University, Omu-Aran, Kwara state, where he is the chancellor of the great Institution.
According to him, unlimited access to social media platforms is robbing youths of their future, while he called for urgent steps to check unrestricted access to social media.
He went further to explain that many young people spend most of their time chatting, with lesser time to engage in productive tasks.
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