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‘You Are Lucky You Have A Powerful Father’ – Victoria Hammah Sends Strong Message To Farida Mahama Over Sexist Attacks



Former Deputy Communications Minister, Victoria Hamah, has welcomed Farida Mahama, daughter of former President Mahama to the ‘world’ — a world she said is characterised by discrimination, typically against women, on the basis of sex.

Farida turned a year older on Friday, July 16, and Mr Mahama flaunted her on his social media handles to celebrate her new age.

The ex-President’s daughter has been trending since, with some members within the opposition National Democratic Congress and the governing New Patriotic Party thronging the online space to wish her well.

She took to Facebook to celebrate her, acknowledged how beautiful Farida was and welcomed her to the ‘world’.

She said that at least Farida was lucky to be under the protection of a “powerful father”.

She wrote: “Well Farida is beautiful and indeed what they say ‘well endowed’. I recall growing up and hearing such disgusting comments even from some of my teachers and running home to tell my parent and would have their support. Welcome to the sexist world Miss Farida. At least you have a very powerful father to protect you.”

She slammed presidential staffer, Hesse Nana Ogyiri, over his earlier Facebook comment that the ex-President’s daughter was “fully developed and well endowed.”

“I wonder what these very young and well endowed but deprived girls go through in the hands of useless men like the author of this post!” She slammed.

Source: AdomOnline

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