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Man Godee charges IGP to act right on prostitution

The Inspector General of the Ghana Police Service, David Asante Apeatu, has been advised to take action against people engage in prostitution in Ghana.

Prostitution in Ghana is illegal but widespread, so much so that many Ghanaians are unaware that it is prohibited. There are growing sex tourism, child prostitution and human trafficking.

However, host of the “Heavens Train” show on Power 97.9FM, Man Godee De Authentic has asked the Inspector General of Police Asante Apeatu to enforce the laws on people who have been indulging in the illegal act.

Speaking on the topic “The Great Commission” on his show on Sunday May 5, the popular broadcaster indicated that there are many sex workers in the country operating openly but the IGP seems not to care about it.

He mentioned that he has observed a lot of people have joined the sex industry since Asante Apeatu and his men are sleeping on the job and it’s worrying.

Although high rates of unemployment and poverty in Ghana are believed to be causing a growth in the sex industry.

But Man Godee christened Godfred Darkwah Jnr, noted that that’s not the case adding that, a lot of Ghanaian woman are Into prostitution because of “laziness” and “greed”.

He disclosed that recently a woman who sells coconut close to a ‘prostitution joint’ in a popular place in the capital city Accra told him that almost all the prostitutes in the area are businesswomen but still trade in sex.

He divulged that the woman made such startling revelation when he approached her to buy a coconut.

Pastors in the country were not left out as Man Godee bemoaned about their silence on issues facing the society.

He indicated that leaders of the church do not reprimand prostitutes and fornicators for the fear of losing such members.

Watch The Full Video Below:

Efutusem Live on Power 97.9fm with Man Godee. Heavens Train
Efutusem Live on Power 97.9fm with Man Godee. Heavens Train

Posted by Power979fm on Sunday, May 5, 2019

Source : mypowerfmonline.com/Ghana/97.9

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