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Nigeria: Govt Backs Demolition of Kaduna Sex Party House, Says Sex Tourism Is Anathema to Nigeria’s Culture

The Federal Government, through the Director-General, National Council for Arts and Culture, NCAC, Otunba Segun Runsewe has expressed support for the demolition of a house slated as venue for a sex party in Kaduna State.

The house located in sabon Tasha, on the outskirts of Kaduna metropolis was demolished by Kaduna State Urban Planning Development Agency, KADUSPA, on the orders of Governor Nasir El-Rufai, who was miffed at the public show of disrespect for Nigerian culture and total disregard to public good.

Runsewe, whose agency last year had a running battle with cross dresser influencers and social deviants, particularly Bobrisky, nailing the spread of defiant influence, said that Governor El Rufai deserves kudos for the prompt response to the disgusting sex party in the state by promptly demolishing the building as a warning to others in the wings.

According to him, “But for this intervention by the governor, Kaduna State possibly would have become the new capital and destination for sex tourism in Nigeria, leading to social disconnect and dislocations with drug peddling in town and our children destroyed in the process. In 1992, Senegal and Uganda, experienced massive influx of sex tourists and immediately took hard measures to curb it because if left unchecked, sex tourism will damage the spiritual, moral and Cultural values of any society and there’s no sentiment about dealing with it as Governor El Rufai has done.”

“There is the need for Nigerian leaders and parents to monitor closely what their children are up to and quickly nip untoward attitudes and activities in the bud. Certainly, Governor El Rufai has vindicated our position on the need to stop and arrest the unfortunate presence and foreign behavioral influence threatening our culture and tradition.”