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Ade Omooba talks to Premier Radio about a 'transgender' family case

"Parents are the primary educators of their children, supported ably by the state, not the other way round," says Pastor Ade Omooba in his interview with Premier Radio. 

He discusses a Christian Legal Centre case involving Christian parents and their 14-year-old daughter who is 'gender-confused'.

For a limited period, listen to the whole clip here:

http://www.premierchristianradio.com/Shows/Saturday/Your-News/Episodes/Your-News57

29/10/2016
6m 10s

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