A woman, seen in a viral video selling products she claims enhance the sexual drive of women, has been arrested by the police in collaboration with the Food and Drugs Authority (FDA).
The video shows a well-stocked shop, said to be at Madina in Accra, where women, predominately young ladies, throng ostensibly to buy the products.
A part of the video also shows an interview the shop owner, who the FDA identifies as Elizabeth Torgbor also known as Mama Gee, granted a journalist, touting the efficacy of her products.
She said her products are good for all kinds of female sex organs and that they can also be used to charm men.
A statement from the FDA Wednesday announced the arrest “over the sale of products that have not been registered by the FDA”.
According to the Authority, its attention was drawn to the video on social media and that led to the arrest of the suspect with assistance from the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service.
While calling on the public to volunteer further information, FDA also advised them not to patronise such products.