Ghana FDA Clarifies stance on spiritual products seeking to charm rich men

Popular socialite and Kayamata marketer, Hajia Bintu 


The Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) of Ghana has made clear its stance regarding the regulation of certain products that make spiritual claims.


According to the FDA, it does not deal with spiritual matters.


The FDA spoke out after public inquiries about ‘Kayamata’, a product being marketed or advertised on social media by popular Ghanaian socialite, Hajia Bintu.


In response to a tweet on X, formerly Twitter, the Authority said “Per the law, the FDA is not mandated to oversee products that make spiritual claims.”

Kayamata is being widely marketed as a product that has the ability to charm men, especially wealthy men.


And the FDA clarification on Kayamata’s continuous marketing comes after Ghanaian actress Fella Makafui was allegedly arrested on Wednesday, May 22,2024 for engaging in unlawful activities related to the sale of unregistered drugs. Fella’s crime includes false advertising and the discrimination of unapproved adverts by the FDA.


After Fella’s arrest, 16 different products including Fertility Tea (Fibroid And Womb Tea), Butt And Hips Enlargement Syrup, Butt And Hip Enlargement Oil, Booty Cream, Booty Scrub, Hip And Big Butt Tea, Breast Firming And Enlargement Cream were confiscated.

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