Maurice Ampaw, a private legal practitioner, has requested the arrest of Ghanaian socialites and for their “indecent” public behavior.

and have been chastised on social media for continually sharing nude images.

surprised many people on Tuesday when she posted a nak*d photo and videos of herself online.

In reaction, told Kingdom FM’s Anopa Nkomo morning show that the Inspector General of Police (IGP), George Akuffo Dampare, should act quickly and arrest and because they are setting a negative example for the children.

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He claims that exposing nudes is banned under criminal law, the online crime statute, and the public decency act of the country’s 1992 constitution.

Efia Odo’s actions resemble those of another actress, Akuapem Polo, who showed her nudity to her child, in his opinion. As a result, the law that led to Polo’s detention must be implemented.

“It’s a criminal infraction when women expose themselves naked, absolutely, it’s a criminal offense, especially when it’s done worldwide.” If the cybercrime office and the IGP are informed, they will take appropriate action,” He said.