Ghanaian actress and Feminist Lydia Forson has jumped to the defense of female students of Ejisuman Senior High School who were sacked from boarding house following a controversial video they shared on social media.
The young girls in the video advised other girls to freely allow guys to have sex with them.
Shortly after the video went viral, the management of the school sacked seven of the female students involved in the video from its boarding facility for going against the rules of the school.
Reacting to this, Lydia Forson took to her Twitter page to condemn people who are applauding the school’s decision.
According to Lydia, people indulged in all kinds of foolishness when they were in school but the availability of social media is what has made it easy for these girls to go viral.
“There’s very little these students are doing in school that we didn’t do when we were younger,”
“We all indulged in all kinds of foolishness thinking it was funny and trying to be cool. The only difference now is social media and how easy it’s become to record and share.”
She advised that rather than condemn these girls, they should be educated on the power of internet and its repercussions.
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