Talented movie star Tonto Dikeh has taken to social media to advice parents on how to care for their children this holiday. She warned them to be watchful of their children because there are so many predators out there.
According to her Instagram post, the single mum told parents never to leave their children with people whom they do not trust due to the high rate of child molestation, sexual abuse and r*pe in the country at the moment.
In justifying her parenting skills, Dikeh disclosed that no matter where she is all around the world she has the CCTV camera connected to her mobile phone. The actress said this makes it easy for her to know what is happening to her son at any time of the day.
Her post reads: “A word of advice, lengthy but it will help PARENTS. Now that the holidays are here take note of the following child molestation, s*xual abuse, r*pe, child predators are everywhere seeking whom to devour. You really don’t want to see this happen to your angels (boys or girls). Be extra careful. Know where your children or Nannies/wards are per time. Leave them (your kids) with very responsible and reasonable not just respectable adult jerks. Please avoid leaving children alone with strangers and Sometimes even with some type friends and family. Apply safety measures in and around the house. Secure your home. Personally I went all out with cctv camera which allows me to watch my home thru my phone from any part of the word. Be vigilant. Check why your kids are in love with an adult and check why some adults repel and scare them. Don’t be caught up in this wayward society, Pay extra attention to your kids this holiday. The church isn’t a safe place, watch your kids everywhere.. Don’t feel too comfort in a religious gathering, remember the devil loves Good places too. Holiday makers don’t send your kids off to your grannies without trusted helps around. Grannies are weak, vulnerable and not so disciplined anymore. Don’t burden them with children stress. Don’t accommodate other kids you can’t care for in the name of holiday. Watch your teenagers. Get closer to your children and nannies/wards this holiday. Keep close, embrace your children, pray and play together. They can watch television but be mindful what goes into their mind. Most of the time, a lot of accidents could have been avoided. Take them to visit orphanages so they appreciate life more. What more can I say. Proverbs 22:6. . #Editedandreposted.”
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