This time around, she is advocating that the Ghana Education Service is forced to introduce into the schools the use of condoms.
The award-winning actress made this suggestion during a roundtable discussion on maternal mortality and morbidity organized by Ipas Ghana at the Tang Palace Hotel in Accra under the theme “Are women’s lives worth saving”.
Talking about her experience whiles schooling in South Africa, she said abortion is largely practiced by teenagers and the act of sexual intercourse among teenagers cannot be stopped.
“One of the things we had in our secondary schools (in South Africa) that I think we need to introduce in our secondary school (in Ghana) is condoms. While we were in school, we go to the bathroom and you see soap, water and condom stand. Why is it so?” She asked.
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