- A health expert, Dr. Sammy Joshua, has said that men from Ghana's Northern Region are “super powerful” in bed
- He said such men do not suffer low sperm count due to the kind of foods they eat
- Joshua also said the men do not or suffer limited fertility problems
A health expert, Dr. Sammy Joshua, has said that men from the Northern Region of Ghana are the most “powerful” when it comes to bedroom business.
Dr. Joshua, a food nutritionist, made this claim in an interview with Kumasi-based Oyerepa FM, according to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Mynewgh.com.
Joshua said men of the North are naturally good in bed due to the kind of fresh foods they eat.
Given this background, the food nutritionist said it was very difficult for such men to suffer low sperm count.
“It is very difficult for a Northerner to complain of low sperm count. This is because they eat a lot of natural foods and enjoy fresh leaves as well. They eat grains and leaves. That is why Northerners have no or limited problems related to infertility,” he said.
He said abstinence from alcohol was another factor that had boosted the sexuality of men from the Northern Region.
“Again most people from the North are Muslims, and Muslim by their religion (Islam), preach against alcohol. Because most of them do not drink alcohol or strong drink, they hardly face problems of low sperm count,” Dr. Joshua explained.
Joshua's remarks contradict an earlier assertion by controversial actress, Afia Schwarzenegger, that Fante men are the best when it comes to sex.
Meanwhile, a young man has caught his wife planning to cheat on him with another man for an iPhone XS.
The wife, however, claimed she was only joking and had no intentions of cheating on her husband, according to an earlier report by YEN.com.gh.
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