TVC’s Child Molestation: My Wife Never Said I Molested Children, Husband Supports Wife

Mr. Femi Afolabi-Brown has finally reacted to the comment made on Wednesday morning by his wife, Mrs. Morayo Afolabi-Brown, on TVC’s Your View, which  generated heated reactions among Nigerians.

The TV presenter had said, “I absolutely trust my husband but I won’t take chances and have him bathe my daughter, because whether we like it or not, there is something flying in the air these days that is encouraging imbalance and immoralities.”

After she was lambasted, however, by Nigerians for her remarks, she used the same platform to apologise to her husband on Friday morning, saying in tears that, “The last 24 hours have been tougher than I expected. My sincere apologies to my husband. I love, trust and respect you! It was an error and I’m really sorry!

“It was not my intention. I love, trust and respect you. You do not deserve all the horrible things people have said about you.”

Reacting to the issue on Friday night, Mr Afolabi-Brown said, “You need not fret about what my wife said on TV. My wife never in any way suggested I was a child molester. She stated her trust in her husband, then said she wouldn’t allow her husband bath her daughters. Then the most negative of souls twisted her statements and ran with it. But if you notice, the enlightened ones among the commenters understood her message and agreed with her.

“Well, here is my take. I tell my daughters never to let any man put them on his laps, or touch them in certain places, or hold them in certain ways, or even see their unclothedness. I personally extended those rules to myself to reinforce the teaching. That is the modus operandi I have chosen in raising my own daughters. My wife merely spoke on TV as if she made those rules. Her mistake.


“In a nutshell, as long as my wife or a female person is available, I shall never bath any of my daughters. Why should I, for God’s sake? Others can be doing that in their own houses, but not in my house.”