We are the same adults who always complain that most children in this generation are morally incorrect but look at what is happening in this video. Children might be watching the program as at the time it was being telecast on TV. These were some of the reactions of Ghanaians after coming across this video.
Looking at the screenshot below, the presenter allowed the gentleman and the lady to demonstrate a wild sex position whiles the program was ongoing. The name of the program according to the video is "Edie yƐdƐƐ" on MEEk TV Ghana. This TV program seems like an adult program that teaches about how to satisfy your partner in bed.
Ghanaians who commented on this video has no problem with the program but their concern was with the demonstration of wild sex position allowed by the presenter on live TV.
The Ghanaian musician, Dennis Anane, popularly known as Archipalago burst into anger and posted this on his official Instagram page. He said, "Ah Kwasia Line Sei… on TV?? #TWEWOM". This means that the musician like the program but was angry with the wild sex demonstration.
Others said that as for some Blackman when he wakes up from bed, the first thing that comes to mind is fooling. Some Ghanaians also said that the National Communication Authority needs to monitor some of these television stations and punish them accordingly when they break the communication ethics in Ghana. They need to seize the licence of some of these television stations.
Check out reactions from some Ghanaians below:
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