I don’t believe in abortion, it’s murder – Odumodublvck

Famous Nigerian musician, Tochukwu Ojogwu, professionally known as Odumodublvck, has said he does not believe in abortion.

He made this known while having a chat on the Zero Conditions podcast, adding that he considers abortion as murder.

Odumodublck abortion is murder

Odumodublvck noted that his belief is based on the biblical teachings, so no human being can make him think otherwise.

He said; “I Odumodu, I don’t believe in abortion. I feel it as murder because that’s what my Bible tells me. I know if I come face to face with Jesus, he would tell me that abortion is not right. So, no human being made of flesh can tell me that it is right.”

The rapper also faulted the notion being propagated that prostitution is a profession, saying “the body belongs to God.”

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Meanwhile, in related news…

Big Brother Naija ‘Level Up’ winner, Phyna said that anybody who takes morning-after pills after an intimate moment with a man, is by extension aborting any unwanted pregnancy.

The reality TV star gave the explanation while reacting to the backlash she received for her earlier position about abortion in an interview with media personality Chude Jideonwo.

She had an interactive session with her fans on social media and a fan quizzed her about her opinion on the matter.

“Did you think before saying there is no woman who has not done abortion before?” the curious fan asked.

In response, the reality TV star insisted that what she said is true, addin that apart from virgins, no woman can say she has never had an abortion.

She wrote; “Only virgins are safe hypocrites. As long as you are having s3x as a woman. If you drink postinor that’s abortion. If you drink becharm ampilox and warm water, that’s abortion. Keep crying for all I care.”

CorrectNG recalls that the 26-year-old, said she is being attacked about her past abortions because she made it public instead of keeping it a secret like many women.

She recalled how she talked about doing abortion in the Big Brother house when all housemates were having a general conversation about their lives and she never knew her colleagues would use it against her.