Nigerian Based Journalist Launches Pro-life Conservative Forum
A Nigerian based journalist, Tony Ademiluyi has launched an online Pro-life and Conservative Forum, ‘The cradle life’, a forum that will have conservatives and pro-lifers from all over the world.
The forum aimed to freely discuss issues like abortion, gay rights, same-sex marriage, euthanasia, stem cell research, sperm donation, egg donation, egg freezing, IVF, etc from a conservative perspective which will positively influence public opinion and change the world.
According to a statement released by the Converner, Tony Ademiluyi noted that the African media space has been hijacked by Western Liberal Interests which are used to propagate ideals and mores that are at odds with the rich African cultural values and heritage.
“There is the need for African Conservatives to tell the authentic African story which is what necessitated the formation of www.thecradlelife.com which is a conservative or pro-life forum largely spearheaded by Lagos-based Journalist and Writer, Tony Ademiluyi.”
Ademiluyi’s works have been published in all the leading Nigerian Newspapers including Punch, Nation, Guardian, Vanguard, Thisday, Daily Independent, Daily Post, Nairametrics, Ripples, The Cable, Sahara Reporters, Premium Times, Y Naija as well as some Pan African Magazines including The Africa Report, Africa Today and Africa in Fact.
He believes that the greatest challenge of Africa is not corruption as the Western liberal backed media likes to amplify but economic and cultural imperialism and the only effective way to push back on this insidious agenda is for African nations to adopt Afrocentric conservative ideology which will bring about total independence from neo-colonial Caucasian liberal interests which has always worked against the collective good of progressive Africans desirous to see a better continent in their lifetime.
www.thecradlelife.com is poised to lending a sturdy voice as a market place of conservative ideas to move this great continent tragically still in the embryonic wrap of mere potential forward.