The majority of Ghanaians who have come across Abena Korkor’s raw honeypot picture, which she herself posted on the internet, have called on the Ghanaian police service to quickly arrange for her arrest.
According to the constitution, Abena Korkor can face up to three years in prison or a fine for her indecent exposure on the internet.
The demand for Abena Korkor’s arrest is a step in the right direction because our children are being exposed to pornographic materials and we need to protect our public morals.
We have a constitutional law in the country that protects our morals; the law prohibits people from promoting obscene or pornographic materials.
This is similar to Wisa’s case, where he was sentenced for displaying his manhood. There is no distinction between the two, and the picture is currently trending, making it extremely serious that she committed a crime by posting it on the internet.
Looking at the backslashes, Abena Korkor will be forced to delete the inappropriate picture and serve the criticisms directed at her.