- Ewurama Police, a Ghanaian police officer, musician, and philanthropist, has revealed she has regretted breaking her virginity
- According to Ewurama, the act is spoken about with a lot of hype but after trying it, she realised it was just a five-minute pleasure that comes with many consequences
- She advised the youth to keep the glory that comes with chastity and remain untouched until marriage
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A Ghanaian policewoman popularly known as Ewurama Police has indicated that she has regretted ever sleeping with a man as she has realised the act is overrated.
In an interview as a panellist on Atinka TV, the police officer who also doubles as a gospel musician/philanthropist said young people must learn to keep themselves chaste.
According to her, one of the most common causes of premarital sexual affairs is peer pressure, and that was what caused her not to keep her parents' counsel.
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However, after trying out the act of intimacy, Ewurama Police says it is only a temporary feeling that should not be engaged in considering the many risks it poses to young people.
"I am here, if I were still a virgin today, I would have been extremely happy. I truly regret not keeping myself as I've now realised it pays to wait," she said.
She further advised the youth in the words:
"You'll hear many people saying a lot of wonderful things about sexual intimacy but you'd engage in it and realise that it was not so worth the hype. So it's better you wait and keep your glory."
In an equally interesting report, two local chiefs whose exact traditional territories are not disclosed have been captured in a video that is gathering reactions online, exchanging gold for clothing.
In the video that was made public on the Twitter handle of @B3yefuBa, the two traditional rulers were filled with excitement whilst making the informal transaction that many found to be highly problematic.
After offering the foreigners long chains of gold, the Caucasians who appear to be from the Middle East returned the favour by adorning the chiefs with their religious attires.
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