Stop the charms or we’ll import ladies – Maurice Ampaw to Mama Gee, others
Celebrity lawyer, Maurice Ampaw has sent a strong warning to women in Ghana to stop charming men and using products to upgrade their private parts to ‘sweetness’ different from other women where they become irresistible to their partners.
“If this nonsense of charming us does not stop, we will import women into Ghana”, the lawyer fumed in an interview on Kumasi-based Otec FM’s ‘Dwabrem’ talk show monitored by MyNewsGh.com.
A viral video sighted by MyNewsGh.com has revealed ladies of all shapes, sizes and complexion trooping into the shop of woman who has revealed she has a solution to their problems which is snatching husbands of other women and also making huge cash.
Speaking to the development, the outspoken legal practitioner advised women in the country to desist from such practice describing it “devilish move”.
“This nonsense must stop. It is even illegal”, Lawyer Maurice Ampaw told host, Agya Wusu Ansah during the interview.
The Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) in collaboration with the Criminal and Investigation Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service has arrested Mama Gee over the sale of libido boosters and love charms.
A statement from the FDA signed by its Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Delese A. A Darko (Mrs) disclosed that her arrest follows the attention of the FDA drawn to social media videos by the suspect claiming she has sexual enhancement and other products which have not been duly registered by the authority.
She was therefore picked up on Wednesday, July 10, 2019, at her shop in Madina where several ladies had also queued to buy the products which many have termed as husband snatching ‘juju’.
The FDA however cautioned the public against the use of her products revealing that her claims of their potency cannot be substantiated and therefore should desist from patronizing them.