Class FM’s Presenter Natalia Andoh has launched a campaign against teenage pregnancy dubbed W.R.EC.K.L.E.S.S, the campaign educates young girls to desist from engaging in early sex which has the potential to mar their future and make them early mothers.
According to her, many young girls seek advice from her after they have gotten pregnant, a situation she finds worrying. Instead she’d prefer teenagers to learn about early sex and its implications so they are not lured by men who have not the best intentions. On his part, the founder of the 2131 groups Jay Foley who was a speaker at the event advised young females to desist from putting on provocative attires. He noted that mostly, it is the dressing that entices men to chase after young females who are not ready to have sex.
Other speakers for the launch included Joseph Roberts Mensah who works with the United Nations, Jeremie Van-Garshon from Live FM and Dick Darkey from Kirusa Ghana.
W.R.EC.K.L.E.S.S has officially been launched and in September, the series begins where Junior high scholars will be given the talk by professionals so they are clear on what their options are.