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A Married Woman Who Can't 'Foot The Bills' Is Just Like 'Moesha' - Leila Djansi
 
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22-Apr-2018  
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US-based Ghanaian film producer and director Leila Djansi has commented on the Moesha Boduong's CNN interview which has generated lots of debate on social media.

Moesha Bodoung told CNN in a recent interview that her motivation, just like other women in Ghana, for dating married men, is because the economy is tough.

“In Ghana, our economy is such a way that you need someone to take care of you. You can’t make enough money as a woman here. Because even when you want to get an apartment, in Ghana they take two years’ advance and I just started working where will I get money to pay?”.

The award-winning movie producer in a Facebook post on her page, Leila Jewel Djansi, wrote, that if Ghanaians want to disassociate themselves from it, then we should stop condoning the practice of sending women into marriage whether they are financially sound or not!

To her "If you are a woman without a job and cannot fully afford your bills and you enter marriage not so you can have/be a partner, but so the husband can ‘foot the bills’ you are no different" from 'Moesha'.

She continued that Ghanaians can't keep condemning Moesha when "at the same time (we) condemn the clarion call for self sufficient women".

Read her full post below;

Ghana, haven’t y’all over flogged this girl and issue?

If you really want to disassociate from it, stop condoning the practice of sending women into marriage whether they are financially sound or not!

If you are a woman without a job and cannot fully afford your bills and you enter marriage not so you can have/be a partner, but so the husband can ‘foot the bills’ you are no different.

It’s because of these issues that we’re advocating for independent women! Not women who are ‘cookers’, cleaners and child-bearers whiles the men are breadwinners, sponsors and sitting on the couches.

You can’t be condemning this young lady and at the same time condemn the clarion call for self sufficient women.
 
 
 
Source: Ghanaweb.com
 
 

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