Speaking in an exclusive interview with the News Hunter Magazine, Ama Grace stated that there is a way out if parents would take it upon themselves to educate their children.
She enunciated that education is very important, so all stakeholders must play pivotal roles to get young girls at remote areas in the region educated.
“It saddens me to notice young girls being impregnated by old men. The laws of the land should deal with anybody who does that.”
Ama Grace together with her husband, Mr. Bright Nana Osei Barima has taken it upon themselves to get more young girls in the region educated through the initiation of Ama Grace Foundation.
“It is worrying that school desks, chalks and even black boards are some of the major challenges for children at some of the deprived areas in the region…but we will do whatever we can to support the needy,” Ama Grace stated.
When asked of her views on the practice of safe abortion in Ghana, she answered: “I will advice against that because you do not know whatever that innocent baby may become in the future.”
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