Legendary Ghanaian broadcaster, Tommy Annan-Forson is upset about the activities of a Ghanaian feminist group, ‘PepperDem Ministry’.
According to the broadcaster, members of the group are nothing but depressed women who are suffering from mental disorders.
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The group argue that, for a married woman to cook for her husband and family is another form of slavery.
The 'PepperDem Ministry' have moved a step further by moving their argument from social media to a mainstream media, after securing a major programme on an Accra-based radio to press down their agenda.
Some members of the group in few days ago launched scathing attacks on a renowned Ghanaian legal practitioner, Ace Ankomah after he shared a different opinion about their agenda.
However, Tommy Annan-Forson seems to have been angered by the group’s incessant attacks and total disrespect on some Ghanaian personalities.
Mr Annan-Forson in a Facebook comment insisted that, it’s entirely wrong for the anti-men group members to be given space on the airwaves to circulate the ‘gibberish they call feminism’.
“When some women sit on radio and tell the whole world that when you cook for your husband it is slavery, they must be suffering from some kind of mental disorder. Keep buying fried rice and chicken or bofloat and coco for him wai, ‘Ebufu sem," the broadcaster said.
He also wondered, “How the hell did they get onto that platform anyway? Managerial responsibility at that station needs to be looked at. A programme like that can destroy homes and marriages instead of keeping homes together”.
The broadcaster who was clearly not happy said, “this rubbish must stop and that programme taken off the air, children are being defiled, girls being raped, are those issues not more important to talk about?”
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