“No parent will be proud to see their daughter drop out of school to follow man” – Morayo Brown defends her co-host
Written by MAX FM on April 9, 2021
Recall that argument concerning Davido and Chioma made its way to Your View on TVC, and one of the hosts, BeeCee Ugboh, who is Igbo, gave a controversial opinion concerning Chioma where she said that where she comes from if a woman’s bride price has not been paid, she is on the same level with a girlfriend and a side chic.
However, Davido’s and Chioma’s fans have dragged Beece Ugboh on social media without mercy for hosting such sensitive talk shows and using Chioma as a way to shine.
In a lengthy post shared on her Instagram page, YourView host Morayo Brown, has taken to social media to address people criticizing her co-host, Beecee Ugboh, over her comments about Davido’s ex-fiancee, Chioma Rowland.
Brown, however, stated that it was wrong for Beecee to get insulted by people who were displeased by her comments, she questioned how the people intended to go to developed countries if they couldn’t handle divergent views.
In her statement, Morayo insisted that no parent will be happy seeing her child leave school to be with a man.
“Why would you insult someone for expressing her view Secondly, she did not insult Chioma.
What she was alluding to is that we must teach our children sense. I know having children inside wedlock is going out of fashion, but should we, because we don’t want to “be dragged” accept this malady? We all scream to the government to follow due process but when it comes to relationships we throw due process to the wind.
We teach children to finish school, then get married. “We have very few role models today like Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Shola David-Bora, Oby Ezekwesili, Jumoke Adenowo and Ibukun Awosika. Unfortunately, some other prominent role models today did not follow this path and because they have money, we should overlook it?
We are so used to calling good bad and bad good. I don’t know any parent that will be happy to see their child leave university and follow man. When I was growing up that was unheard of.
However, if it happens we’ll still support the child the best we can but we must not make it the norm. We must discourage others from toeing this line. If Chioma chose this path, we’ll accept her for who she is and the success she has become but that should not become the standard. Oun ti o da ko da, ko lo ru ko meji.”