The controversial Ghanaian God man Nabi Nicholas Hosea, commonly known as Kumchacha, said marriage should be regulated and laws passed in Ghana to ensure men who seduce women or engage in incest are castrated.
He argues that this type of law will stop the foolishness of those who plan to engage in practices such as incest.
Nabi Kumchaha spoke with host Mona Gucci on Onua TV's Bribi Gye Gye Wo on Thursday (June 2) as he contributed to a discussion on reports suggesting that Osinachi's sister's late husband, Peter Nwachuquu, was sentenced to death by hanging after being found guilty of murdering his wife. .
He points out that marriages should be arranged so that people can leave if they feel threatened.
“If I have the chance, I will pray to God to arrange the marriage. It must be limited to a five-year renewable period.
About rape and incest he said:
“It is foolish to engage in incest. What will make a person commit incest is having sex with his own child. We need a law that says we must castrate men who sleep with their own children.
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