Dr. Freda Prempeh, the minister for works and housing, has urged parents, traditional, opinion, and religious leaders to encourage young people—especially women—to utilize social media economically.
She asserts that it is against Ghana’s culture and customs for young people to waste time and expose themselves on social media for any cause or for any gain.
Social networking has evolved into a daily need, especially among young people. Even while the benefits outweigh the drawbacks, the minister urged cooperation among all parties.
In order to prevent young people from using social media for illegal purposes, as a battlefield, or to expose their private parts, the Member of Parliament for Tano North called on all relevant parties to make a concerted effort to urge them to use social media wisely.
She issued a warning to anyone using her identity to solicit money from unwitting victims in exchange for work in protocol.