This will go on over time and by the time the young man gets awake, he has been sleeping with many tourist women.
In Ghana, a lot of young men are involved and more are getting involved by the day and the professional ones have managed to give themselves an identification by wearing dreadlocks and will usually hang around the beaches of Accra especially Kokrobite and the arts centre.
When it is time for her to go back home, she reaffirms her promises made earlier but also informs the young man that her friend will also be visiting Ghana and that he should “make her happy”.
So the first woman leaves and the second woman arrives after a few weeks and the same scenario is reenacted.
There’s 16-year-old Maafia, a small girl with skin the colour of baked clay and a cornrow hairdo.
She wears no make up, and flashes a wide grin every time she speaks.
Five years ago, a Ghanaian newspaper exposed a brothel that employed underage sex workers.
The story, by famous investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas, caused an international outcry, won prizes and prompted Ghana’s Department of Social Welfare to act. The one hundred and sixty girls, taken into care by the Department, were put back on the streets a mere two days later.
Maafia is one of over a hundred young girls who work here every night.
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