Deloris Frimpong Manso, also known by her stage name "Delay," is a Ghanaian businesswoman, producer, public speaker, and Women's Advocate. At the age of 17, she began her broadcasting career as a presenter with Life FM in Nkawkaw, Ghana's Eastern Region.
Delay is well known for fighting the course of the African woman often making use of her power as a media person to propagate the African woman. Recently, she's been embarking on a series of campaigns aimed at debunking assertions suggesting that African women are helpless and cannot stand on their own across the world.
Her ambition to serve as a role model to women in society doesn’t seem to have any limitation as Delay recently announced her determination to become the first female President in Ghana by 2032. She believes nothing must hinder women from occupying some of the topmost positions in society and being involved in the running of the affairs of the country.
In her "My Ten commandment for women", she stated “don’t use sex as a proof of love. Sex is no proof of love, he will leave you after the sex".
Check out her full list of the 10 commandment she pen down
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