According to the 2017 Ghana Maternal Health Survey (GMHS), knowledge of contraceptive methods is almost universal in Ghana; 99% of women aged 15-49 have heard of contraceptive methods with the most common modern method being the male condom (98% of women aged 15-49). The mean number of methods known by all women is 9.2. Despite this knowledge, the contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) among this group is only 25% with a modern CPR (mCPR) rate of 20%. In addition to these staggering national m/CPR statistics, there is even marked disparity between regions of northern Ghana and their southern counterparts. Given this great achievement, one would have expected that, women especially young adults will take control of their sexual life. On the contrary, unplanned pregnancy is rife in some parts of the country especially among young adults aged 15 and above.