Brian Injairo aged 19 years has shocked many after confessing to have slept with more than thirty women despite his young age.
Speaking at Real Talk with Tamima on Switch TV, the young man claimed that it all began way back in class six. He explained that he got tempted to experiment on his body after science lessons on reproduction.
He explained that he did all this despite being raised in a morally upright family, narrating how his parents kept on urging him to abstain and keep himself 'holy' untill marriage.
Brian narrated that he could not evade girls' traps and often found himself tripping into the action. He blamed the education system for introducing such sensitive topics to children at tender age claiming that majority becomes curious and end up experimenting at the expense of their bodies.
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