Child right advocates rise against naira Marley’s influence on children

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Child right advocate group have risen against popular Nigerian Street singer, Naira Marley as regards his influence on Nigerian children.

The group stated that the manner at which children are being corrupted by the artiste is worrisome.

The group further added that the artist may need to face sanction especially as innocent children are being polluted with his different campaigns.

Currently, there is a real madness going on among the Nigerian youths all over the country now. The followers of a musician called Naira Marely are spreading like wildfire. All concerned stakeholders especially parents, please, be careful and get conscious of this trend and movement. Many high school students and undergraduates are the chief followers of this guy. They call themselves Marlians,” they said.


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They said “Marlians don’t have manners and don’t give a damn”. They smoke India hemp and other banned substances freely, without caution. “Monitor your children and wards. The manners and anthems are getting beyond our thoughts and are very ferocious. It’s high time we got hold of it before our future is taken away from us. As parents, we owe our children that duty of care and moral directional guides in the way of the Lord”, a Child advocate, Mrs Racheal lamented.


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