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Culture, religion suppressing Nigerians sexually – Uti Nwachukwu

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The Big Brother Africa 5 winner, Uti Nwachukwu, has said that culture and religion in Nigeria tend to suppress people’s enthusiasm in matters relating to sex.

In a tweet on Monday, he explained that people love to discuss such topics, but due to the way culture and religion have structured people’s mindsets, they tend to suppress the urge or feeling.

He wrote:

“Culture and especially religion have played major roles in chronically repressing Nigerians sexually. That’s why the country seems to be dangerously obsessed with sexuality!

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“You condemn people but you flock to public pages to express how much you don’t approve of their sexual Liberation. It’s always who’s sleeping with who or what

“That’s why when Someone Says or does something sexually explicit, Boom!!! THEY BLOW. Confused much ?? Don’t know bout you but if I despise someone/something, I stay totally away from all topics concerning it/them”

Read the tweet below;

Uti is a former Big Brother Africa housemate. He represented Nigeria during the third season of the show where he became the third housemate to be evicted on Day 42 after receiving 7/13 votes to evict.

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Uti was known for often teasing his fellow housemates (mostly Mimi and Thami).

In 2010 Uti competed as a contestant in Big Brother Africa 5: All-Stars in which he lasted 91 days and ultimately won by defeating Munya in a final vote of 8 to 7. He has spent a combined total of 133 days in the Big Brother house. He is a native of Ndokwa from the Aboh Kingdom in Ndokwa-East Local Government Area o Delta State Nigeria.

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