Nigerian table tennis star and Olympian Funke Oshonaike has lambasted Nigerians for criticizing the mother of the 10 year-old female student of Chrisland schools involved in video sex in Dubai.
Nigerians had bashed the girl’s mother for coming out public to blame the school over the now viral sex video
Recall that the girl’s mother had made a video where she blamed the School authority of playing hide and seek with the incident. She accused the school of taking her daughter for pregnancy test without her consent. She said her blood sample was taken under the pretense that they were conducting COVID -19 test.
Lending her voice on the matter , Oshonaike urged the public to stop being judgmental, adding that parenting is no easy task.
“Yes, I gave my kids their phones at the age of 10! I leave them with babysitters or with some close friends to help me check on them anytime I go to competitions to represent my country.
“I don’t beat my kids and I will fight you if you dare. I am not a perfect mother but I am proud of myself and my mistakes because nobody is perfect.
“For those of you perfect parents, especially you that have no kids yet or yours are still babies, well-done for criticising and judging other parents.
“Parenting nowadays is not Moinmoin. You can do your best to train your kids but you might still fail at last! So it takes the grace of God.
“To all of you that have been calling the mother of the 10-year-old girl bad names, remember you’re not perfect too.
“Do you know what the people you’re leaving your kids with are teaching them? Do you as a parent give your children enough time?
“Stop being judgmental and learn from people’s mistakes. The last time I checked, children of pastors and imams are not always good children. Will you say then that it’s bad parenting?
“You might be abusing another parent right now but remember that your own report card is coming out soon! Until then, stop the bullying.
“Stop being abusive and judgmental. let’s bring out solutions and help people with problems. He who has no sin should cast the first stone.
“My heart goes to the 11-year-old girl and her parents. May God help you out and may you find peace. #stopbeingjudgemental #stoptheabuse #help,” she wrote on Facebook