Popular Ghanaian chief bans wearing of mini skirts in his town

Popular Ghanaian chief bans wearing of mini skirts

Popular Ghanaian chief bans wearing of mini skirts in his town, a new rule we find amazing.

If wearing a mini-skirts or you are just a lover of it, then this new directive by a Chief would make you unhappy.

A chief from Gomoa Ojobi in the Gomoa East District of the Central Region has banned women from wearing mini-skirts to the upcoming Ojobi Ahoobakese festival.

The Chief told residents they must uphold the dignity and dress decently as their annual festival approaches.

Surprisingly,the chief through the Abusuapanyin of Gomoa Ojobi Nana Kofi Otabil announced that the Traditional Council had set some punishment for those who disobeyed the order.

He said anyone lady who breached would be flogged severely by his team.

Have a look at the video below.

Away from that, a driver and two supervisors who were nabbed by the police for spilling concrete at Abavana Junction along the Pigfarm-Circle stretch in Accra appeared before the court on Thursday, January 27, 2022.

The three accused were convicted to pay fines of various amounts.

The first accused, Tahiru Faisal who is the driver of a Ford Concrete Pump Truck with registration number GN 8042- 20 has been convicted to pay a fine of Two Thousand Four Hundred Cedis (GH₵2400.00).

The second accused, Emmanuel Sogah-Burns who is the Engineer/Supervisor of Sobtech Engineering Consultancy has also been convicted to pay a fine of Six Hundred Ghana Cedis (GH₵600.00).

The third accused, Stephen Donkor who is the operator is also convicted to pay a fine of Six Hundred Ghana Cedis (GH₵600.00).