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Bongo DCE defends ‘water fertility’ comment, calls on Scientists to conduct research

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The acting District Chief Executive Officer in the Bongo District of the Upper East Region, Peter Ayinbisa has defended his comment that says drinking water in Bongo makes women fertile and men sexually active.

According to the DCE though many readers misunderstood his comment he believes it would not be out of place if scientists intervene and conduct some research on it.

Mr Ayinbisa who spoke on Day Break Upper East show on A1 Radio regarding  the out of context many readers are attributing to his comment, noted that it would be a wish for him if his comment could come to actuality.

“But of course, I would wish some water deposits in the district will seek to heal people in that manner. It will be a wish for me that there is a water deposit in a community in Bongo that when one drinks it, the water will do that magic, and heal people in that nature. The reason is, this situation has become serious in some communities where if you are married for three years without a child, families will begin to raise issues for you. So, it will be a great asset if we have such water in the district. So, I except, and call on scientists to come and conduct research and see how true this would be”, he stressed.

Mr Ayinbisa made the comment on Monday on Dreamz FM, a local radio station in Bolgatanga monitored by A1radioonline.com in relative to reports by the Ghana Health Service that the district annually records high cases of teenage pregnancies.

The situation, the DCE, however, said it could be attributed to a suggestion which a nurse once told him that the water in the area makes men sexually active and women highly potent as she was posted to the district three years ago and has given birth to three children compared to her current place.

Source: A1radioonline.com |101.1 MHz|Moses Apiah| Ghana

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