By Daphne R
Skin complexion is an issue for people of color all over the world and in Ghana, there’s a new business that is on a mission to breed what they call “half-caste” babies for a better Africa.
In Ghana, the fairer skinned people are often placed on a higher pedestal and are in greater demand for dates. Some refer to them as hotcakes because of their lighter skin color.
Modern science, namely artificial insemination, is credited with having the ability to breed mixed-raced or half-caste babies without the need to marry or be intimate with a person of another race.
In Accra, Ghana, there’s a gallant effort being made to create a new society in Africa referred to as a “Half-Caste World” through artificial insemination which it believes will position Africa for a better future.
“Half-caste World is founded to transform Africa into the land of riches and beauty, the land of every man’s dream. We believe life began in African and will end in Africa,” the advocates posted on their Facebook page.
The group solicits both African couples and single women who want to give birth to half-caste babies, calling it the opportunity of a lifetime. The person behind this campaign has chosen to remain anonymous. However, byinfoboxx,com has done some digging in an attempt to identify the person behind it all. Their research points to Augustine N.K. Boateng. Boateng has declined to comment or provide any details about his involvement other than to say, “I just started it (the website) and wouldn’t want to involve the media at this early stage.”
Gametes (reproductive cells) are provided from almost all nationalities, including the UK and US, at $3,000 USD, and Boateng claims the procedure to insert the gametes can be done at a clinic or in a home. The venture prides itself on providing biracial babies with “mental and physical beauty.”
“A new world has began and it is like the tide, you either swim along or get left behind. You too can be a blessing for the next generation,” Boateng posted on Facebook.
To Boateng, there is what he calls “a vast racial gap between Africa and the rest of the world,” which should be bridged through breeding of half-castes in Africa.
Daphne R is an experienced marketing and communications professional that provides social commentary, self-help, tips, and reports news of events that matter to African Americans.