Renowned Ghanaian highlife singer, Akosua Agyapong has challenged the conventional notion of abstaining from sexual activities before marriage, asserting that this age-old moral principle leads to numerous issues in marriages.
Appearing as a guest on Ghone's ‘Duvet show’ monitored by ModernGhana News, Akosua Agyapong argued that the traditional belief of abstinence until marriage should be reconsidered and revised due to the problems it poses in modern society.
The singer contended that this practice often leaves couples unsatisfied in their marriages because they did not have the opportunity to understand each other's sexual needs and preferences before tying the knot.
From her perspective, engaging in sexual activity before marriage can be beneficial as it allows both partners to identify any potential issues in their sexual lives.
This, she believes, enables them to address these challenges and avoid future marital problems.
"They have to change that 'no sex before marriage’.
"They should change it now. It causes a lot of problems. Your man might be impotent, and you might not know. Maybe your woman might have some issues too. It's a problem," Akosua Agyapong stated.