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I didn’t say Bongo water enhances sexual appetite, increases fertility – Peter Ayinbisa

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It would be recalled that sometime in August last year, the then DCE for the Bongo District, Peter Ayinbisa was quoted to have suggested that water from the Bongo area may contain mineral deposits that enhance the sexual abilities of the individuals who consume it.

On Bolgatanga-based Dreamz FM, Mr. Ayinbisa sharing his thoughts on the surge in teenage pregnancies at the time said “somebody told me a story that the water we drink makes us [men] sexually active and makes the women highly potent.”

Though, at the time, Mr. Ayinbisa was not sure of any scientific basis for such claims, he said that a nurse confirmed it was true.

“I don’t know the science of it, but a female nurse told me that it’s true. That the water we drink makes us highly potent and makes us the men sexually active. I don’t know the science of it but this was what somebody told me and I am tempted to believe in it.”

But speaking on A1 Radio’s Day Break Upper East Show today, Wednesday, June 22, 2022, Mr. Ayinbisia explained that his thoughts on the issue were miscarried by the media.

“You the media, you know, you choose and pick. You make a lot of headlines for yourselves and the people. I never said that there is some deposit in water at Bongo that when you drink it increases your performance [in bed], nor it makes you more fertile. I never said that.”

“I said a health worker once told me that working in Bongo, she realized that she was becoming pregnant frequently. She suspected that perhaps, there was some mineral deposit in our District that influenced that. She suggested that it was our water. I never said we had done some research or there had been some finding that concluded that there were some minerals in Bongo that when you take, it will enhance your sexual performance,” he said.

The former DCE for the Bongo area continued to insist that “I never said that but the media made that.”

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Ghana 

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