Civil Liberties Organization (CLO) has urged President Buhari and the National Assembly to abolish the Big Brother Naija reality TV show.
According to the organization, the reality TV show has no benefit in the transformation and talent discovery in Nigeria.
A statement issued by the chairman of the Anambra state chapter, Vincent Ezekwueme, also called on religious leaders and moralist to speak against the evils in the society.
CLO stated that their call is quite timely towards the protection of national interest, morality and the future of Nigerian youths.
Ezekwueme said, “The show has painful, shameful, negative and devastating impact on our youths, culture and society. Wealth without wisdom is one of the worst blunders of the world.
“The Minister for Information and Culture should constitute men of impeccable integrity to unravel if the show is in tandem with culture, traditions and believe of Nigeria in order to restore morality, core value system and good orientation.”
The Big Brother Naija reality TV show ended on Sunday, 6th of October with Mercy emerging winner.
She went home with the prize money of N60million, an SUV and tickets to travel abroad.