Consistent Ghanaian musician popularly known in showbiz as Daddie Opanka has drawn notice to the general public to reconsider the safety of the younger ones in the community.

According to the rapper cum singer, certain advertisements which are allowed to air on television are not very safe for our youths especially the ones that offer money rituals and juju for protections among others..

As culture demands, we are in communities where hard work and formal education are encouraged for better future. Why are we now promoting spirituality for money and all kinds of charms?

What even gives me sleepless nights is that, very young and intelligent children who can learn hard at school to save us in the future will be convinced to involve in these activities and get destroyed in a short time.

This issue needs to be readdressed formally to curb any future consequences!

The “juju” men can do their jobs. Yes I know that is what they also do to earn a living but please for the sake of our children and younger ones, we should take it out from TV. “We beg you pleeeease…”. Opanka concluded.

The general public have also shared various experiences and opinions about these spiritualities on television:

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