- A voice recording of an alleged father attempting to lure his daughter to a hotel for romance has been leaked
- The man was taped as he attempted to cajole his alleged daughter with money
- YEN.com.gh is highlighting the audio to raise awareness and entreat parents to protect their children from all forms of sexual exploitations
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A voice recording of an alleged Ghanaian father who was attempting to lure his daughter to a hotel at Asokwa in the Ashanti Region for romance has been leaked.
During a live programme on Oyarepa FM in Kumasi, the phone conversation between the man and his alleged daughter was played on-air as he attempted to cajole her to the hotel.
Speaking in Asante Twi, the man can be heard persuading his daughter that he would not have sexual intercourse with her, saying he would only touch and kiss her.
The young girl, however, raised concerns about her mother getting to know about the arrangement but her father explained that it would remain a secret between them.
The man then instructed his daughter to delete all their conversations, chats, and messages on her phone whilst luring her with money not to waste time.
YEN.com.gh is against all forms of sexual exploitations against children and encourages parents to pay keen attention to their children to protect them from sexual predators, paedophiles, and all forms of abuse.
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Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported a Ghanaian professional barber, John Mensah Sarbah, has revealed why he had to consult a spiritualist for money rituals (sikaduro) to impress his girlfriend.
Sarbah told SVTV Africa's DJ Nyaami that he was working with the lady who eventually became his girlfriend.
As the relationship grew, he thought of marrying her but the lady declined, saying he had no money
In a separate story, Da' Hammer, born Edward Nana Poku Osei, has posed beside his birth father, sons, and other family members to mark Father's Day.
Millions throughout the world are observed Father's Day on June 20, 2021, in appreciation of their either birth fathers or father figures and their contributions to their lives.
Many have shared photos along with sweet messages to celebrate their fathers to mark the day.
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