Actress Kafui Danku has urged women never to consider\u00a0abortion as their solution to pregnancies that occur out of wedlock.\nShe advised they should feel free\u00a0and have their babies without fear of being judged by people who \u201cclaim high moral grounds\u201d in society.\nJudgement, she opined, is\u00a0exclusively reserved for God and not any other human being.\nThe beautiful actress stated that women who give birth out of wedlock should, therefore, let God be their ultimate judge.\nKafui was speaking through her new book,\u00a0<em>\u2018Silence Is Not Golden\u2019<\/em>, which was launched at the Unique Floral Centre at Trade Fair in Accra\u00a0on Sunday.\n\u201cBefore tying the nuptial knot, I was intimate with him\u00a0(husband) and got pregnant \u2013 something we never felt bad about. The news of my pregnancy was welcomed and greeted with joy and celebration. It is quite\u00a0unfortunate when some people claim high the moral ground in condemning\u00a0those who conceive before wedlock. If the Creator\u2019s injunction in the Good Book against judging others is anything to go by, then I think we all must learn that judgement is God\u2019s exclusive preserve,\u201d Kafui revealed in her\u00a0book.\n\u201cThere are great people the world over today who were born out outside of wedlock and there are miserable people today who were born to parents who married as virgins. Definitions, determinations and the future belong to God. It is an act of wisdom to desist from defining people based on what you see about them today,\u201d she added.\nAccording to her, if there is any woman out there who did abortion because of wedlock, she should seek God\u2019s forgiveness and should never repeat that.\n<em>\u2018Silence Is Not Golden\u2019<\/em>\u00a0was launched\u00a0on Sunday,\u00a0with a call on women to speak up in society. The book covers Kafui\u2019s many years of painful experiences written to inspire and encourage others. It also echoes the often-overlooked cry of many women, capturing the frustrations of her friends and their families.\nThe book is coming at a time when Counsellor George Lutterodt is verbally abusing some women in the showbiz industry for their decision to have babies out of wedlock.\n\u201cMy main objective for doing this work is to launch a crusade for the woman who is yet to hear the first cry of her baby,\u201d Kafui said in the introductory part of the book.\nSunday\u2019s\u00a0launch was attended by a number of dignitaries and showbiz personalities such as Nana Ama McBrown, Inna Patty, DKB, Stonebwoy, among others, with Kafui Dey as the MC.