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Chrisland Sex Tape: School owners blame parents for students’ immorality

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According to the National Association of Private School Proprietors (NAPPS), parents should bear more responsibility for their children's immoral behavior.

"Due to work pressures and never-ending heavy vehicular traffic, especially in the metropolis," NAPPS president Yomi Otubela said in a statement on Thursday. "As a result, many parents leave the house as early as 5:00 a.m. and don't return until 9:00 p.m. As a result, there is no quality time with the kids."

While on a vacation to Dubai, Mr Otubela was reacting to a sex tape involving students from Chrisland School in Lagos.

He said parents were to take the larger portion of the blame in shaping their children to become responsible in society.

"Most studies show that parents are to take the larger portion of the blame for children’s behaviour. Hence parents must take a greater role in shaping their children’s future by inculcating morally acceptable behaviour in them,” the NAPPS president further asserted. 

"They must bear in mind that children’s moral development begins at home. The school is to complement their efforts."

The national president said the neglect of parental responsibility from home had made it a task for schools to achieve much progress.

Mr Otubela said the faulty background of students would hinder effective collaboration with the school management to address the identified challenges.

He added that only effective collaboration between the school and the home would help to bring out a morally-rich child.

"It is sad to note that this much-needed collaboration has been lacking in our educational system due to societal pressure, which has created a communication gap between the school and home," admitted the NAPPS president.















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