The hardship in Ghana has resulted in a lot of mess in some youth. Usually in Ghana, most parents expect children who attain the age of 18 and above to provide for themselves because of the pressure and unbearable social provision or responsibilities of life they are facing. This has brought a classy and advanced level of prostitution amongst some ladies in Ghana calling themselves 'Slay Queens' and 'nudists' who in a way show nude pictures of themselves on social media and in turn attract big men for sexual appointments and advertisement opportunities from brands. One popular slay queen in Ghana by the name Rosemond Brown AKA Akuapem Poloo was recently arrested for going all naked before his son just for attention. Though she has been granted bail but has she learnt from her mistakes? And does her arrest serve as a deterrent to all Ghanaians especially the slay queen?
The press conference held after Poloo's release was a one of self remorse as she showed signs of having regretted what she did. She cries publically thanking all Ghanaian for their support and how her act has affected her emotionally. Though she appears to be very sorry for what she did but way forward, will she let go of showing half-naked pictures and attack people as her way of taking people's attention? This would be known in the future.
This is a high time that the youth of this generation learnt from what has happened to Poloo. They should know that though they have their human right and all that, but ignorant of the law would not be an excuse. The nudists should also know that going naked is not the only job in this world that will let you make it big in life. It is also very high time the laws of Ghana came into a perfect effect as to what it did to Rosemond Brown.
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