Celebrated Ghanaian television personality, Oheneyere Gifty Anti, has shared her view on Moesha Boduong's controversial interview with CNN's Christiane Amanpour that has angered a lot of Ghanaians and taken over social media conversations.
Moesha had said in the interview that Ghana's economy is so unstable that women here are forced to sell their bodies to married men to be able to survive.
But just as she always doe when issues about young people like this one emerge, the host of 'Stanpoint' has sent out an advice that seems to be going to all ladies.
Gifty Anti says no matter how rich your boyfriend or partner is, there is pride in hardwork.
Read her post below:
"And now to my dear young ladies, it’s ok to have a man who is wealthy enough to cater for all your needs.
But, there is pride in working hard to earn your own money, irrespective of the kind of man you have.
You’ve got a rich dude? Good for you. He treats you really good? You are blessed.
However, There is pride in working hard and being able to take care of yourself financially.
My darling lady, you are not in competition with anyone. Please CUT YOUR SKIRT, BLOUSE OR DRESS ACCORDING TO THE YARDS OF FABRIC/CLOTH YOU HAVE.
DON’T EVER LIVE ABOVE YOUR MEANS. It’s not worth it. Be happy and content in your corner.
Being an empowered woman is being a wise, hardworking, financially independent and impactful woman.
My name is Oheneyere Gifty Anti, OGA, I judge not, but this is my Standpoint."
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