Last Saturday, an event aimed at throwing light on women that have been accused and abused of witchcraft in Ghana was held in Accra.
The program organized by ‘The Voice’, a community and foundation that deals in empowering young people to be voices for themselves and for others came off at the Zen Gardens in Accra.
Some top personalities in attendance include H.E Gregory Andrews, Dr. Ramat Seidu, and Ama K. Abebrese.
According to the award-winning actress, Ghanaians need more education and constant dialogue on witchcraft stigmatization in the country.[embedded content]