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Why Nigerians Must Control Their Sexual Urge

December 3, 2013

“If Muslims can practise the teachings of Quran and Christians practise the teachings of the Bible, then, we will not be in these problems,” the cleric said

The Chief Imam of Benin, Malam Abdulfattah Enabulele, on Monday urged Nigerians to control their sexual urge and refrain from acts that could expose them to HIV infection.

Enabulele made the appeal in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Benin.

He urged married people to be faithful to their spouses, and advised unmarried ones to abstain from sex.

According to him, statistics shows that about 90 per cent of people living with HIV got infected through sexual intercourse.

The cleric advised the youth to avoid pornographic movies which, he said, exposed people to immorality.

Enabulele advised women to dress decently to prevent sexual assault from men.

He decried distribution of condoms to the youth, saying that it would encourage promiscuity.

“Many of the problems we have in the society arose from our inability to obey the laws of God as contained in both the Quran and Bible.

“If Muslims can practise the teachings of Quran and Christians practise the teachings of the Bible, then, we will not be in these problems,” the cleric said

The cleric urged Nigerians to regularly go for HIV screening for early detection and management of the disease. (NAN)

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