#MoeshaCNNInterview: MzBel urges Ghana to support Girl Child Education

Ghanaian artiste, MzBel has urged authorities in Ghana to support the education of the girl child. Her call comes in the face of a comment by socialite Moesha Boduong, suggesting that...

Ghanaian artiste, MzBel has urged authorities in Ghana to support the education of the girl child.

Her call comes in the face of a comment by socialite Moesha Boduong, suggesting that young women in Ghana sleep around to take care of themselves.

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The post by the ’16 years’ act asked that the gender gap between males and females be bridged to ensure parity, and prevent situations like the one Boduong finds herself in.

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Read her full post below. 

ENCOURAGE GIRL CHILD EDUCATION
I was so proud when Moesha shared this post on 25th February, 2018 on Instagram but now I’m writing this with mixed feelings after watching the interview, definitely not to be judgmental as we are humans and have flaws.
In my opinion, Moesha may have a point but perhaps miscommunicated it. There’s still a significant gender gap in education with male domination and female minority with the excuse that ‘after all she’ll end up in the kitchen’. Whether a man or a woman, we all live in the same economy but the competitive advantage is not favourable to women and so those of you asking: doesn’t she have a brain? You may have a valid question but have you also asked if she got the opportunity to have the brain you expect her to?
Most women are living a life to please men just to survive because they were not given the necessary opportunities and training that’ll equip them to better compete in today’s world. A lot more women are likely to walk on a similar path Moesha shared if we do not double the efforts to make them believe in themselves and of course, ensure gender equity in all regards.
CNN as a global media giant should consider giving us the platform to expose the consequences of the lack of “Girl Child Education” as I strongly believe that’s what Moesha meant and not the Economy.

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ENCOURAGE GIRL CHILD EDUCATION I was so proud when Moesha shared this post on 25th February, 2018 on Instagram but now I’m writing this with mixed feelings after watching the interview, definitely not to be judgmental as we are humans and have flaws. In my opinion, Moesha may have a point but perhaps miscommunicated it. There’s still a significant gender gap in education with male domination and female minority with the excuse that ‘after all she’ll end up in the kitchen’. Whether a man or a woman, we all live in the same economy but the competitive advantage is not favourable to women and so those of you asking: doesn’t she have a brain? You may have a valid question but have you also asked if she got the opportunity to have the brain you expect her to? Most women are living a life to please men just to survive because they were not given the necessary opportunities and training that’ll equip them to better compete in today’s world. A lot more women are likely to walk on a similar path Moesha shared if we do not double the efforts to make them believe in themselves and of course, ensure gender equity in all regards. CNN as a global media giant should consider giving us the platform to expose the consequences of the lack of “Girl Child Education” as I strongly believe that’s what Moesha meant and not the Economy.

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Read our report below. 

Socialite Moesha Boduong has revealed she sleeps with a married man to take care of herself.

She told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour, it’s tough for young women in Ghana’s difficult economy. Boduong cited the example of landlords asking for two years rent in advance.

“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?”revealed Boduong.

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”because he can afford to take care of you. He takes care of me, my financials, my apartment, my car, my rent everything.“

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The interview is a part of ‘Sex & Love Around The World,‘ an original series by CNN, and hosted by Amanpour.

FLAUNTING MY CURVES DOESN’T MEAN I’M CHEAP OR FOR SALE – MOESHA BODUONG

Watch below. 

I DON’T SLEEP AROUND TO PAY FOR TRIPS – MOESHA BODUONG

In January 2018, Boduong lash out at people who criticize for her what she wears or flaunting her curves.

Boduong posted a photo of herself on Instagram showing a lot of skin with a caption aimed at people who call her names for who she is.

“Dear society , being curvy is not a crime and me deciding to flaunt what I have does not mean I am for sale or I am a cheap girl.” reads part of her message.

She thinks that she is being targeted for her personality.

Read her full post below.  

Dear society , being curvy is not a crime and me deciding to flaunt what I have does not mean I am for sale or I am a cheap girl ,really can we cut the hypocrisy already ,the same thing a slim girl will do and get away with it. Ladies dress sexy for themselves and not for attention or for a man to like them .Let’s stop body shaming”,

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