NCAC condemns Lekki naked dance


The National Council for Arts and Culture in Nigeria, NCAC, has condemned with strong terms the video which went viral over the weekend of some girls seen dancing naked, at Lekki, Lagos State, South-west Nigeria.

Director General of the Council, Otunba segun Runsewe condemned the act while throwing his weight behind the Lagos government’s decision to fish out brains behind the Lekki public naked dance.

He described the Lekki public show as unacceptable saying it negated the beauty of Nigerian culture and way of life.

The NCAC Boss whose major strong point is to reposition the true gains and pictures of Nigeria’s diverse cultural history and impact, noted that the Lekki debacle must be used as an example to officially clamp down on promoters and influencers of strange entertainment from the pit of hell.

Runsewe added that Nigeria will never succumb to imported cultural pastime or blackmail, tailored to destroy centuries old and rich Nigerian culture.

“This dizzying madness can’t and would not be allowed to turn Nigeria to destination for sex and illegal drugs tourism. Enough is enough, and for God sake, where is this coming from?” Runsewe lamented.

Meanwhile, Augustine Miles Kelechukwu, popularly known as Tekno who staged the dance said it was not to promote any negativity.

Rahila L.