Madam Portia Otoo, Proprietress of Blessed Fashion Centre at Kpormeitey near Kasoa, has said, in this era when Ghana was faced with the eradication of HIV/AIDS, and currently threatened with Ebola, fashion designers had a duty not to promote prostitution through fashion designs.

wpid-ChildProstitution.jpgShe said they could become centres of education by impressing upon clients that the wearing of short skirts could result in rape with its associated evil of venereal diseases.

Madam Otoo was addressing the passing-out of 10 of her students on completion of a two-year course on various dress designs at Kpormeitey near Kasoa.

She advised them that after establishing own sewing centres, they were duty bound to honour their tax obligations, because. government derived revenue for national development through taxes,

Madam Otoo advised them to be courteous to all their clients, irrespective of age, colour, social standing or religious beliefs.


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