The deputy NPP communication director for Prestea Huni-Valley constituency, Mr Francis Cudjoe has appeals to the August House [Parliament] to intensify and empower the widowhood Rights laws to ensure proper and fair treatment of widows living in our society.
Mr Francis Cudjoe believes strongly that widowhood is not a hope for married women thus, the deceased family should not maltreatment or turn back to the bereaves, rather, console together for a healthy family.
The deputy Communicator expressed his worry over how the Ghanaian culture and norms in other ways, undermines and neglects widows in the society therefore, calling for swift amendment.
To safeguard the welfare of widows living in our various society’s, Mr Francis Cudjoe speaking to Kaakyire Kwasi Afari, a journalist, has urged our law makers to strengthen and empower the toothless widowhood laws to protect the interest of widows in the country.
Mr Francis Cudjoe made it known when the Member of parliament for Prestea Huni-Valley constituency who doubles as minister for Tourism, culture and creative Arts Hon. Lawyer Mrs. Barbara Oteng-Gyasi made some donations to Widows living in 5 electoral areas on Monday, 22 at Bogoso town hall.