I’ve been mulling of late over up to date points that might have drawn the fury of oldsters in these days. Discussing sanitary pads within the public area?
How dare you? The subject itself wouldn’t sneak its manner into your mouth, and check your verbal discretion. Different elements of the mind would rise to censure it forward of temptations.
As of late sanitary pads, sanitary pads, sanitary pads on radio and TV. Ebei. Our mom Ama Atta Aidoo would in all probability have interjected, wonoa no den na wamben? Defying translation.
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That sacred factor is being taxed by a grasping tax collector? As in all such issues, just one aspect of the story is advised. When did that insensitivity start? And why tax one thing above the technique of poor faculty children, and so forth. The fuller story of imported one thing one thing in opposition to made in Ghana one thing is rarely advised. I even dread to repeat the phrase right here.
One previous feminine minister helped us all out and prevented loud public discussions. She advocated and applied free provides of the one thing to highschool ladies of puberty age. That quietened all of the waters.
If the free SHS can afford it, let’s observe go well with and arrest ‘unspeakables’ within the public area. Merely add it to the federal government invoice in rural colleges.
Oh, however I’m in all probability fallacious. Let’s keep away from all the subject of taxes on that sacred one thing.
There have to be an previous woman in each family in Ghana. Let’s merely ask abrewa. How did you deal with the month-to-month feminine cycle these days? What did you put on in these days to keep away from public spillage; and the way did you put on it? That crimson fabric, known as one thing one thing. Had been particular taxes relevant? The place are the waist beads to carry firmly the one thing?
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Expensive Ghana, whereas we watch for GRA, let’s keep away from the loud dialogue on sanitary pads. Merely Bisa abrewa.