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2023 AAG: Have 50, 100 cedis handy for sex in Ghana, strange advisory warns Nigerian journalists

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Journalists and tourists hoping to visit Ghana from Nigeria during the forthcoming All African Games, AAG, have been issued strange advisory, telling them how much casual sex costs in the West African country.

Titled, ‘All Africa Games 2023: What Every Nigerian journalist who wish to cover the games need to know’, the advisory, trending in many media group platforms in West African nations in English and French, also gives tips on currency exchange, accommodation costs, transport, food and ICT packages needed for news transmission during the sporting festival.

Sex tourism is a global business believed to be worth $30 billion annually.

So the advisory advised: “If you are a man who cannot sleep alone for a week without a companion, draw your budget around 50GHC for short term services and between 100GHC-200GHC for long term services.”

The advisory also has a component animal lovers would like and which over zealous Pentecostal Christians need to watch.

Black cats are favoured pets in Ghana.

Most Nigerians deeply into the Pentecostal movement may not find this funny, though.

“Cats are most common pets in Ghana and black cats are also visible.

“Do not call upon Holy Ghost (‘fire’, represented in emoji ) to kill a black cat you see outside late in the night while grooving.

“They are not witchcrafts from the village but pets usually held in high esteem particularly in areas where rats disturb residence,” the advisory said.

The other advisories also highlighted how bad Nigerian naira is doing against its Ghanaian counterpart.

” The Nigerian currency is seriously struggling in Ghana.

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“As at now, N10K is exchanged for 70GHC (about N7K) and that shows how expensive things will be during this process,” it said.

Perhaps more importantly for journalists are the tips provided for telecommunication.

Journalists will need to rely on affordable global system mobile line to do their work.

“Make sure you get your Ghana network line in Circle upon arrival. With 20GHC you will get a Ghana line (MTN, VODAFONE )and also register it with your international passport.

“Registration of MTN line is at Circle, close to Cross Country Motors, and Vodafone is also at Circle.

“Ask for directions so that you can register your lines at their official offices, the advisory said.

 

 


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