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Prophet Kumchacha doesn’t believe there are virgins in Ghana.
Kumchacha, in a recent interview opined that virgins have become endangered species in the country, stressing a quick search will not even yield 200 women who still have their virginity intact.
He asserted that there are few virgins in Ghana today because people engage in promiscuous lives at an early age.
‘…it won’t be easy to get 200 virgins in the country, they’re all spoilt brat’, the Prophet said.
Kumchacha relished the olden days and said that generation had good morals and was more innocent compared to today.
‘I remember when we were growing up, you’ll see a child age 14 bathing outside without feeling uncomfortable but not the case anymore. They say their ‘eyes have opened’ now’.
Earlier this week, renowned Ghanaian pastor, Prophet Kofi Oduro suggested that ladies who break their virginity before getting married deserve no price.
Prophet Oduro, who often ‘talks by heart’ believes that such ladies are worth only two hundred Ghana Cedis (GHS 200).
The founder of the Alabaster International Ministry argued that the value of womanhood devalues if a lady breaks her virginity and further sleeps around with men.
According to Prophet Oduro, it will be unfair for the family of a woman with overused ‘engine’ and sagging breasts to demand an expensive dowry from a suitor.
The man of God said in a video sighted by Kasatintin.com that;
‘I don’t have a problem if you are virgin and your family asks for a piece of land, generator or laptop as dowry.
But you have been ‘used’ many times to the extent that at age 21, your breasts have fallen. Why should your family demand a hefty bride price? GHS 200 is enough. When the bride price is paid, GHS 50 should be given to the family head, GHS50 to the mother-in-law and GHS 50 to the bride’s father’.