Friday, 14 October 2011

Ace radio sex educationist and presenter, Akumaa Mama Zimbi, born Joyce Dongotey-Padi, has started what can be described as a campaign against those who find delight and believe in the idea of having sex before marriage.
For several years, the veteran actress has been noted for promoting a good sex lifestyle. But this time, she seems to have shifted her attention to the appropriate time to have good sex; and according to her, that is after marriage. 
Mama Zimbi has hence been begging young girls and unmarried individuals to stay away from sex prior to marriage.
She implored ladies to close their thighs and be watchful of men who were always  s ready to have sex, pleading with men to flee the temptation of women until marriage. 
Mama Zimbi, who has been hosting ‘Odo Ahumasuo’, an adult education sex programme on Adom FM, has taken her cause to social network, Facebook.         
She recently posted, “How many guys have toasted, tested and tasted you and promised that they will marry you? Close those beautiful thighs of yours, and save the rest for the best person who will honour you. No marriage no sex...medaase...”
“Let her know that you are a changed guy now and you refuse to always give in to her temptation. Flee and let her know that no marriage no sex,” she said to the guys.
Zimbi’s comments have generated a lot of varying opinions on Facebook.
While some supported Akumaa’s call against sex before marriage, others kicked against it.
“Mama Zimbi please don’t pollute the minds of our ladies let them enjoy themselves,” one Adjei Augustine commented.
“No tasting no buying. If you won't allow me to taste then how can I know the palm wine is flesh and taste nice?” another guy, Danny White questioned.
A lot of couples say they live together before marriage to see if they are compatible as they don’t want to divorce later.
Unconfirmed statistics however show that those who live together before marriage are more likely to get a divorce than those who do not.
Mama Zimbi was last in the news for saying hat she witnessed live a couple having sexual intercourse.
Akumaa is also the CEO of a widow’s organization called Widows Alliance Network (WANE) which has over the years focused on sustaining the economic
development of widows and educating them as well.





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