Former President John Agyekum Kuffour also urged authorities to clamp down on the activities of fraudulent traditional priests using the media to advertise their 'get-rich-quick' activities.
Pulse.com.gh has sighted a press release from the National Film Authority announcing its intention to enforce the Development and classification of film Act which in Section 27 of the law makes it an offence for any person to exhibit audiovisual content without submitting it for preview and classification.
The law also empowers the NFA to promote the moral ethical and aesthetic values of Ghanaian society.
The Statement signed by filmmaker Socrate Safo who is the Chairman of the NFA's Film Classification Committee warned that "anyone who fails to comply with the set rules shall be subjected to Offences and Penalties in Section 27 of the Development and Classification of film Act 953". See the statement below.