There’s no law against shooting p0rn in Ghana – Socrates Sarfo

By Michael Klugey
There’s no law against shooting p0rn in Ghana – Socrates Sarfo
There’s no law against shooting p0rn in Ghana – Socrates Sarfo

Controversial movie director, Socrates Sarfo has revealed in an interview that there’s no law in Ghana stopping anyone from shooting porn, even though he wouldn’t venture into that business himself. 

Speaking in an interview with Sammy Flex on ZylofonFM, the Director for Creative Arts made it clear that the law is only against the public exhibition of pornography and not it’s making.

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Socrates Sarfo added that in every society, there’s bound to be deviants who wouldn’t care about the norms and practices that shape it.

Even though the Ghanaian society frowns on indecent public exposure and the law criminalizes it in any form. There are no known production houses in Ghana who are into mainstream porn production but there are several Ghanaian ladies who are unofficially making money from the booming business on social media.

"There’s no law against the shooting of Pornography in Ghana, but you can’t show/exhibit it in public…. In a way, they’re telling you not to shoot it because if you can shoot it and not exhibit it in public then how will that work?

It’s just like SEC instructing Menzgold to suspend their Gold Vault and then saying they can pay the profits to their customers, how will that work…… I’m not saying anyone should go into porn, because there is also a law which can cause your arrest if you’re caught in the act of shooting” he said.

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