Oluwo of Iwoland makes case for skin bleachers

Oluwo of Iwoland makes case for skin bleachers

Outgoing monarch, Oba Abdulrasheed Adewale Akanbi, the Oluwo of Iwoland, says it is wrong to castigate people that chose to bleach their skin, adding

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Outgoing monarch, Oba Abdulrasheed Adewale Akanbi, the Oluwo of Iwoland, says it is wrong to castigate people that chose to bleach their skin, adding that it amounts to an infringement on their human rights. The happy go lucky monarch said this against the backdrop of the recent ban placed on skin bleaching products by the government of Rwanda.

“Every action has it causative and effects. As an informed mind, the duo factors are considered before application of cosmetic products while the decision is personal. Recently, the government of Rwanda pronounced ban on skin bleaching products on the claim that the materials are harmful to human body,” said the Oluwo.

The monarch also insisted that individuals should be left to handle the consequences of using cosmetic products. He added that using skin bleaching or body enhancement among blacks should not lead to castigation, bullying or a change of identity.
“Appearance is a personal interest. Even, the white people do a process called tanning to enhance their looks, applying products to look brown just as black men in Africa apply bleaching products to look white,” the Iwo monarch said.

“Such a decision of skin treatment is a personal decision of which restriction is an affront on personal right. And denial can never stand the test of time in a developed nation. Contact lens is equally body enhancement product. Must we ban contact lens because it will give our eyes colour? The world is digital. Body treatment is a personal decision. As an identity, we need not shun the grace of our era. Go for the best products while treating your body.

“Everyone has personal reason. As an African, you can decide to make your skin lighter through body enhancement products in as much as you pleases yourself just like the white men are tanning to look darker or brown. It is your choice in as much it doesn’t change your identity or who you are. Your look is your personal asset.”