Award-winning Ghanaian musician Akwaboah has expressed displeasure with the frequency of penis enhancement advertisements on televisions in the country.
In a recent post on his Tiktok handle sighted by 1Family Radio, Akwaboah queried if this indicates that Ghanaians are unduly obsessed with sex.
Instead of promoting sexual content, he urged these TV stations to advocate for programs that teach viewers how to make money or the Bible.
“I was here making plans for my Lighthouse album, and I decided to take a break and watch television. And all that I kept seeing were various penis enlargement advertisements. Are men crawling in Ghana?’’ he asked.
“So for Ghanaians, all that we think about is sex, right? When will you teach us how to make money or teach us the word of God? I think it’s time to change our mindset,’’ Akwaboah advised.
Akwaboah’s remarks support calls for tighter regulation of the material broadcast on TV. Several organizations have asked for an end to airing shows on national TV networks that feature fetish priests, lottery scams, and pornographic material.