- CNN's Christine Amanpour has called on Ghanaians to refrain from 'attacking' Moesha Boduong
- According to her, Moesha expressed her candid views during the interview
- In an interview with CNN, Moesha is reported to have stated that Ghanaian women usually depended on men for their economic survival
Christine Amanpour, the CNN correspondent whose recent interview with actress and model, Moesha Boduong, generated a lot of debate, has called on Ghanaians to desist from publicly shaming her.
According to a report by MyNewsGH.com, she argued that Moesha expressed her candid views about her love life, and for that reason, there is no reason to condemn her.
An article sighted on CNN is reported to have expressed concerns about the fact that Moesha had become a target of public shaming by the Ghanaian press and the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection.
Amapour is alleged to have added that there was an urgent need for President Akufo-Addo and Gender Minister Otiko Djaba to “stand up” for Moesha.
In an interview with CNN, Moesha is alleged to have stated that economic reasons force most women such as herself to enter into relationships.
“In Ghana, our economy is such a way that you need someone to take care of you. You can’t make enough money as a woman here.
Because even when you want to get an apartment, in Ghana they take two years’ advance and I just started working, where will I get money to pay?” she wondered.
Her response generated a lot of discussions among a cross-section of Ghanaians, who argued that African women can succeed with their help of their won creative skills.
Moesha later issued an apology on social media, and called on Ghanaians to pardon her for her comments.
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