Popular Nigerian comedian and content creator Oga Sabinus explains why he doesn’t promote nudity in his comedy skits.
The skit maker, whose real name is Emmanuel Chukwuemeka Ejekwu, says his main focus is creating family content.
Sabinus made the announcement during a speech at SMFest in Owerri, the capital of Imo state.
According to him. There have been instances of actresses expressing disbelief when they discover that he doesn’t want them to dress scantily or show off their curves.
“I’ve had people say, ‘Sabinus, I want to be in your comedy,'” Sabinus said. [group], I can do anything. ’ I would say no, please let me give you a character to do it.
I’ve also been in situations where I’m about to shoot and a girl says, ‘Do you want me to tie the wrapping paper? ’ I said, ‘My sister, this is what I love. This is what fits this story.
“Sometimes, you need a beautiful girl, but she must not show her hips and boobs.”
Meanwhile, a born-again Christian woman named Stephen revealed that Jesus changed her life and made her realize that nudity and promiscuity are not empowering.
She said she used to show off her figure in extremely short and tight dresses to get attention from men.
However, when Jesus changed her, she saw that humility, self-respect, and dignity are the true concepts of empowerment.
Stephen shared a photo of himself fully dressed on Twitter, thanking Jesus for coming to save her.
According to the beauty, she was reborn more than a year ago.
She wrote; I used to show off my body for attention. I only wear shorts, crop tops and very tight/short skirts.
But Jesus saved me and changed me! Promiscuity, nudity, and willfulness do not empower women. Humility, self-respect and dignity are. Thank you Jesus!
I am 25 years old. For a year and a half I was born again in the Lord Jesus Christ.