Founder of Daughters of Upper West a group that advocates for women empowerment, Ms. Asana Mahama believes that, enactment of bye-laws by authorities in the Upper West Region will help prevent the youth from engaging in circulating nude pictures of people.
Speaking on Radio Waa’s Wa Gyaa Yela program, Monday 17th August 2020, Ms. Asana Mahama pleaded with the authorities in the region to give stiffer punishment to anyone caught circulating nude pictures on social media which will serve as deterrent for others who might want indulge in such act.
According to her, she believes that if the traditional leaders, the security personel, religious leaders and the judicial court come together to initiate a bye-law against the circulation of nude pictures and indecent dressing in the region, the youth will not engage themselves in such social malice.
The Founder of Daughters of Upper West also urged visitors that come into the region to abide by such rules when enacted in order not to be used as scapegoats stressing that, the youth especially the ladies must not copy blindly what people do but should be proud of who they are and their culture as well.
She also stated that, her outfit will initiate the processes that will see to the coming into being such laws by having a peaceful demonstration in order to show their seriousness.