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General News of Wednesday, 16 January 2019

Source: classfmonline.com

Long, sweet foreplay would have saved Tony Forson from rape allegation – Maurice Ampaw

A private lawyer, Mr Maurice Ampaw, has said the President of the Ghana Bar Association (GBA), Mr Tony Forson, would have more than likely escaped a rape allegation made against him by Canada-based Ghanaian lawyer Ms Kuukuwa Andam, if only Mr Forson had given his accuser a long sweet and irresistible foreplay before the main act.

Using Mr Forson’s debacle to counsel Ghanaian men about sex, Mr Ampaw said it was important for men to learn to learn to sexually stimulate their partners to the point of no-resistance where the woman herself would have begged for penile penetration.

According to him, a woman who gets fully sexually satisfied by her partner will never accuse him of rape after the act.

Mr Ampaw’s advice comes on the heels of a criminal complaint filed by Canada-based Ghanaian lawyer, Kuukuwa Andam against Mr Forson in Washington D.C., U.S.A on an alleged rape incident which happened in 2012.

Mr Forson has denied the allegation through his lawyers and said he would be vindicated eventually.

Speaking to Valentina Ofori-Afriyie on Class91.3FM’s 505 evening news programme on Tuesday, 15 January 2019, Mr Ampaw said he suspects Mr Forson may have done a bad job with the “romance” aspect of the intercourse, if, indeed, anything sexual happened between the two lawyers.

“I don’t know if what the woman is saying is true, but I can tell you before God and man that if my president had done what we call proper romance, you don’t force the woman.

“If the president had waited, even while this girl was looking for a condom, you start romancing, romancing, romancing; she will even forget about the condom and then before she realises, you’ll pretend you want to penetrate but you can’t find the way and she will direct the thing there, and after enjoying, she will not come and say that you have raped her. But I’m sure the man did not know that.

“Most Ghanaian men are not good in bed, we are not romantic at all, we want everything by force and that is why you’ll get yourself into trouble”, Mr Ampaw said.

He advised: “If you meet a woman, take your time and make sure the woman cannot stand the kind of romance you’re giving her. Romance her, kiss her, make sure that she is properly wet, and I can tell you after the act she will give you a big salute.”