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‘Few powerful nations are getting it wrong for placing limit on childbearing’ – Oluwo of Iwo speaks against family planning

'Few powerful nations are getting it wrong for placing limit on childbearing' - Oluwo of Iwo speaks against family planning
The Oluwo of Iwo, Oba Abdulrosheed Adewale Akanbi, Telu I, has opposed the practice of family planning. 

The monarch said that the practice of family planning could potentially wipe out the human race is encouraged while stating that developed countries seem to be making the most of it.

The Oluwo said this during a public debate on family planning. He argued that the assumption that overpopulation is responsible for poverty in incorrect, citing China as an example.

He said: “There is so much misconception and about population and national growth. There is so much more strength in procreation but we oftentimes ignorantly relate overpopulation to poverty. If this belief is true, then China by now should be the most affected nation by poverty. But this is not so because today, China is an emerging world power and a nation that is getting it right in all fronts.

“Few powerful nations are getting it wrong for placing limit on childbearing. Today, 75% of the Canadian population is made up of foreigners born outside Canada. In few years to come, the land may be controlled by foreigners.

“Aside from this, the dictate of God on procreation should be respected by individuals willing to bear more children. Grace is great. Having more children is not a measurement of poverty. Many rose from grass to grace.

“Education is the key. China became powerful because of its passion for technical education. The government should focus more on improving technical education. Education is as important as human blood.

“Basic education from primary to secondary should be free and made compulsory for everyone. Higher education should be subsidized. These will encourage average Nigerians to pursue technical education This is the strength of any developed nation.

“The huge population of northern Nigeria should give them an edge over other regions. There is a need to harp on the quality of education and not putting an embargo on the numbers of children.”

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