Why Parents Should Not Buy Phones For Their Children- Pastor David Ibiyeomie

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Why Parents Should Not Buy Phones For Their Children- Pastor David Ibiyeomie

Popular clergyman and founder of Salvation Ministries, Pastor David Ibiyeomie has cautioned parents against buying phones for their children.

The cleric’s advise comes after the Chrisland Schools saga that has left the internet agog.

After a leaked s-x tape involving pupils from Lagos-based schools, Chrisland emerged on the internet, netizens could not but question the degree at which the society is bereft of morality.

 

Why Parents Should Not Buy Phones For Their Children- Pastor David Ibiyeomie
Chrisland Schools

The 59-year-old religious figurehead opined parents should stop buying mobile phones for their children who are not yet in the university.

In a video making the rounds on social media, David Ibiyeomie insisted phones expose the youngsters to an array of vices as things just tend to pop up on their screens.

He however stated parents can allow their kids use their phones while being monitored or families should settle for landlines.

 

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