MOESHA BOUDONG POPS UP IN GHANA INSTITUTE OF JOURNALISM EXAMS

Actress and Photo Model Moesha Boduong, has made her way into examination question set for students of the Ghana Institute Journalism.

In section C of the Journalism questions sighted, instructs GIJ Level 400 students to analyze the interviews granted on Delay’s Show and to CNN’s Christiane Amanpour by Moesha Boduong.

The question reads:

The photo model, recently in an interview with CNN’s Amanpour revealed that the state of Ghana’s economy has pushed her to sleep with a married man in order to survive.

She narrated that she has been having sex with the man primarily to pay for her apartment and other stuff.

“Ghana our economy is such that you just need someone to take care of you because you can’t make enough money as a woman here,” she said.

“When you want to get an apartment, in Ghana you pay two years in advance and I just started working, where will I get the money. He takes care of me, my financial stuff, my apartment, my car, my rent, everything.” she explained.

According to her, the man in return wants her to stay faithful to her.

“He expects me to be loyal and just to date him only and give him sex when he wants.You can’t say no.You have to give him what he wants otherwise he is going to think you are cheating on him”, she added.

Moesha Boduong was featured on an episode on the CNN show called ‘Sex & Love Around the World’ on the topic “When being a mistress is a financial decision”.

The socialite has apologised to Ghanaians over recent comments on CNN. However, there were chorus of condemnation for her unfortunate claims on the international news platform[CNN] barely 24hrs after the release of that production. Bodoung, after a lot of reflections posted on her instagram page and apologized to all for making such statement which has denigrated Ghanaian women.

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MAAME DOKONO ACCUSES MOESHA BODUONG OF HAVING FAKE BUTT

Celebrated actress, Grace Omaboe aka Maame Dokono says it is wrong for young and budding ladies to show their bodies in movies to be a good actress.

The veteran actress in an interview with Joy News used Moesha Boduong as an example, saying her butt is artificial.

Maame Dokono also waded into the controversial comment made by Moesha on CNN in an interview with Christiane Amanpour. She opined that Moesha don’t have to ‘sell’ her body to survive. “… instead of projecting Ghanaian women; you say that the women sleep with men to make money. It is not good and it’s not what majority of Ghanaian women do.” “The only thing that she has, that she is using to lure the men is her butt. But I think that is even artificial,” Maame Dokono said.

She added that the woman’s body is not made for the pleasures of a man. Maame Dokono chided Moesha and warned that she takes good care of her body, so she can find a husband. An 85 seconds video of actress Moesha Buduong with American ace journalist Christiane Amanpour generated an outrage in the country because the former made some statements which didn’t go down well with the public. Amanpour’s Sex and Love Around the World series shot in Ghana was widely criticized by several members of the Ghanaian society including the Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection suggested that women in the country were incapable of making ends meet without soliciting for favours from successful men.

Watch the full interview:

CHRISTIANE AMANPOUR ANGRY AT GHANAIANS FOR ‘ATTACKING’ MOESHA

Christiane Amanpour, CNN’s Chief International Correspondent, is angry with Ghanaians for condemning Ghanaian actress and model, Moesha Boduong, over her assertion that Ghanaian women offer sex for survival due to unfavourable economic conditions.

Ms. Boduong, in an interview with Christiane on the series ‘Sex and Love Around the World,’ stated that in Ghana, the economy is so hard that women had to sleep with married men for their livelihood.

What did Moesha really say?

“In Ghana our economy is such a way that you need someone to take care of you. You can’t make enough money as a woman here. Because even when you want to get an apartment, in Ghana they take two years’ advance and I just started working. Where will I get money to pay?” she told Christiane.

The interviewer, CNN’s Christiane Amanpour, who looked shocked by Moesha’s response asked: “are you basically telling me that you are having sex with this guy to pay your rent?”

“Because he can afford to take care of you. He takes care of me, my financials, my apartment, my car, my rent, everything,” Moesha replied.

When asked what the man expects from her in return, she told Christiane: “he expects me to be loyal and take care of him and give him sex when he wants.”

This came up in a conversation on how being a mistress is a financial decision.

Many people including the Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection criticized her for painting a false picture about Ghanaian women. However, in an article written by the host Christiane Amanpour, she said she was disappointed that Ghanaians condemned Moesha for opening up to her on the show.

“So it was quite distressing to hear that one of our contributors, Moesha Boduong, has been the target of public shaming by the Ghanaian press and the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection. Numerous media outlets in Ghana have taken to villainizing this young woman based on an excerpt of the conversation included in a 1 minute, 30-second video of “Sex and Love,” she wrote.

She added that she was not sure Moesha was safe and would want to return to Ghana to face more humiliation from the press and the people of Ghana.

“As a woman and a journalist, I’m hurt and angry to see such an innocent woman condemned by the press and by many people on social media in this way. It’s to the point that Moesha is not sure she can return to Ghana safely..,” she stated.

Read Christiane Amanpour’s full article below:

Amanpour: Women everywhere should be able to speak freely about sex and love

When we started filming the CNN Original Series “Sex & Love Around The World,” I was both curious and nervous about what we might find.

It turned out that all along my journey, no matter the country, culture or religion, I heard stories about sex and family honor being used as weapons to silence women and keep them under control. Religion, politics and tradition are often in a conspiracy against love, sexuality and free choice, especially for women.

And yet, I was also encouraged to see signs of change. Everywhere we went, women were having more of a say about sexual satisfaction, consent and connection, and young people were reshaping the idea of modern love.

This series was meant to look at sex and love from the perspective of women who have not always been heard — and frankly, who have not always been asked these types of questions. I wasn’t sure that anyone would actually agree to speak with me on camera, but I was pleasantly surprised by how vocal women were and how much they were willing to share!

I learned so much talking with dozens of everyday individuals in cities around the world, including a former porn star in Delhi who had just adopted a baby girl, a host in Tokyo who is paid to simply entertain lonely women in sexless marriages, and an actress in Accra who happened to fall in love with a married man.

So it was quite distressing to hear that one of our contributors, Moesha Boduong, has been the target of public shaming by the Ghanaian press and the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection. Numerous media outlets in Ghana have taken to villainizing this young woman based on an excerpt of the conversation included in a 1 minute, 30 second video of “Sex and Love.”

As the host and the namesake of this series, I feel compelled to speak up on behalf of our contributor. I want people to recognize Moesha’s right to speak up and the courage she showed by sharing such intimate details about her personal life.

As a woman and a journalist, I’m hurt and angry to see such an innocent woman condemned by the press and by many people on social media in this way. It’s to the point that Moesha is not sure she can return to Ghana safely. I am so surprised to see this happening in Accra, a city that has rightly got so much attention recently for being one of the most economically and politically successful capitals in Africa. Indeed I was heartened while I was in Accra, listening to a speech by the President himself, defending the rights of the free press to report fully, accurately and fairly.

That is what we did, with help from the many wonderful Ghanaians who participated in this beautiful story. It was a range of women, young and mature, single, married, divorced, widowed, Christian, Muslim, Vodun, a bead seller, an OBGYN, even a market queen: Everyone acknowledged that love in Accra is complex but no one judged the choices another woman makes in the pursuit of love and happiness. And in this city that calls itself the most religious in the world, we spoke to men, too, including the Archbishop of the Action Chapel megachurch who told us “We don’t put women down in our society. We don’t do that. I’m surrounded by women. The success of my ministry, many, many ways I can equate it to the women around me.”

I urge my colleagues in the Ghanaian press to reserve judgment for the whole episode, and for the people to understand that all must be seen in context, not judged on one excerpt.

I also respectfully urge the President of Ghana and the minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection to stand up for the rights of one of their own who was simply enjoying a carefree, boisterous and mostly humorous conversation with me.

I want women all over the world to know they can and should be able to talk about matters of sex and love without fear and without shame.

MOESHA BODUONG APOLOGIZES TO GHANAIAN WOMEN

Ghanaian actress Moesha Budonita Boduong has finally rendered an unqualified apology to all Ghanaians over an unfortunately statement she made during her interview with International Journalist Christiane Amanpour.

Moesha, who is speaking for the first time since parts of her interview with CNN was released, sent her apology via her Instagram page this afternoon.

“Dear gh this is Moesha. I have been humbled by all that is going on and I have also learnt a lot in the last few days since the CNN video came out. I have had a lot of time to think and reflect and I APOLOGIZE TO ALL, ESPECIALLY MY AFRICAN SISTERS. I pray u all find it in your hearts to forgive me. It was definitely not my intention to offend any of you. I respect all the hard working women of our beloved country and accept that some of my utterances were not a reflection of what happens in most homes. GOD works in mysterious ways and everything happens because he says so🙏🏿 Thanks for the love, pieces of advice and criticisms. GOD bless us all! The full version of the interview drops this weekend and I hope you can appreciate what I said in its entirety. Thank you. God bless you all!”

Social media has been buzzing since Tuesday evening April 10 2018, following Moesha Boduong’s interview with the CNN.

The actress’s comments in the interview have generated a huge controversy on social media. She told CNN that her motivation for dating married men, just like other women in Ghana, is because the economy is tough.

According to her, “In Ghana, our economy is such a way that you need someone to take care of you. You can’t make enough money as a woman here. Because even when you want to get an apartment, in Ghana they take two years’ advance and I just started working where will I get money to pay?”

Moesha has been severely criticized for denigrating Ghanaian, especially the women and she has obviously regretted her comments.

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“YOUR DAUGHTER WILL BE LUCKY TO HAVE YOU AS HER MUM” – Amanpour Tells Moesha

Award-winning International Journalist, Christiane Amanpour, has commended Ghanaian actress, Moesha Budonita Boduong for her frankness, adding that she would be a great mother in the future.

In a video that was supposedly taken behind the scenes after her controvercial interview with the CNN anchor, she was seen admonishing the actress to be strong and wished her luck in life.

Christiane Amanpour was heard telling the actress to allow her own daughter to be free and independent. The international journalist added that Moesha’s daughter would be happy to have her as a mother judging by how she (Moesha) had to work hard to make a living for herself.

“When you have your own daughter, good luck. She should be free and independent. She will be lucky to have you as her mum”,Christiane Amanpour told Moesha.

Watch the video below:

Moesha shocked many Ghanaians and her interviewer when she admitted that she slept with married men for money. The Ghanaian actress who doubles as a model revealed that it was almost impossible as a woman to make enough money.

She said to be a successful woman, one needed a man to take care of her – to provide the financial needs of the woman.

However, the actress has received widespread backlash from some Ghanaians on social media and have called her out for degrading very hardworking Ghanaian women.

This fact notwithstanding, some internet users have jumped to the defense of the actress and have called Ghanaians bashing Moesha as ‘hypocrites’.

Moesha is noted as saying, “Ghana, our economy is such that you just need someone to take care of you because you can’t make enough money as a woman here. When you want to get an apartment, in Ghana you pay two years in advance and I just started working, where will I get the money,”.

Her comments have generated a lot of debate on social media in Ghana with many people disagreeing with her assertion.

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“I AM DATING A MARRIED MAN BECAUSE HE TAKE CARE OF ME”- Moesha Boduong

Ghanaian Actress/Photo Model, Moesha Boduong has revealed to International Journalist, Christiane Amanpour of CNN that she is dating a married man due to the poor state of Ghana’s economy.

In an interview on CNN’s Amanpour show, she revealed that the state of the Ghanaian economy has pushed her to sleep with a married man in order to survive.

“Ghana our economy is such that you just need someone to take care of you because you can’t make enough money as a woman here,” she said.

“When you want to get an apartment, in Ghana you pay two years in advance and I just started working, where will I get the money,” she explained.

The interviewer who was visibly surprised by the revelation and enquired if Miss Boduong was having sex with the man primarily to pay for her rent, with which she responded, “he can afford to take care of you. He takes care of me, my financial stuff, my apartment, my car, my rent, everything”.

She added that in exchange for the money she receives from her lover/benefactor, she is expected to stay loyal to him and yield to his sexual desires whenever he asks for it.

” He expects me to be loyal and just to date him only and give him sex when he wants.You can’t say no.You have to give him what he wants otherwise he is going to think you are cheating on him,” she added.

CNN featured Moesha Boduong on an episode of ‘S£x & Love Around the World’. CNN’s Christiane Amanpour talked with Moesha Bodoung on the topic “When being a mistress is a financial decision”.

Watch the interview below:

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