Veteran Ghanaian broadcaster, Oheneyere Gifty Anti, has disclosed that she will be in full support of a woman going under cosmetic surgery if for medical reasons.
According to the journalist, under no circumstances should a woman be forced to undergo plastic surgery because she wants to please society and men.
Speaking on Accra-based Class FM, Gifty disclosed that she will any day kick against plastic surgery for bosom and bottom aesthetics.
“Women have the right to do whatever they want to do, but I will feel sad if a woman will go for plastic surgery because she feels that she does not belong and that she does not fit the status quo that society has designed for women,” she said.
The mother of one in her radio conversation, maintained that although people have the right to their own bodies, she will not recommend plastic surgery for her daughter.
“I will never encourage any of my friends or my girls or my daughters as I call them, to go for plastic surgery just for fun or for fashion or whatever but if it is for medical reasons of course, why not?” she said.
In her advice to the younger generation, she encouraged the youth not to despise humble beginnings but embrace every little form of enterprise that will help them to develop their skills and sharpen their entrepreneurial abilities.
Oheneyere Gifty Anti, who is married to Nana Ansah Kwao IV, the Chief of Edumasa in the Eastern Region, said she sold different items on the streets just like any other girl growing up.
“I used to sell Guardian soap, the red and then ‘Don’t Touch Me’ during the tough times. There was a lady who used to live behind our house who made the ‘Don’t Touch Me’ soap, then we go for it and sell,” Gifty Anti said.
The TV host further revealed that, although her father used to prevent them sometimes, but she defied his orders and still went to hawk in order to raise some money for herself.
Gifty Anti is the current host of the Stand Point on Ghana Television (GTV).
The famous broadcaster who married at the age of 47 years to Nana Anash Kwao IV, has since given birth to a ‘royal baby’ girl with the name Nyame Animuonyam Afia Asaa Afrakoma Sintim-Misa.
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