Hello honey, how are you doing today why you not talking to me,i love u.and i have missed you so much most importantly, thank you for sharing your love and you not hiding your feelings . No matter how slowly or at what distance our courtship develops, I know standing before God , vowing to be your partner for life, was the easiest decision I could have ever made.
Each day that passes makes my love for you grow stronger I know there is nothing that can keep us apart forever. Our desires will continue to stretch across any distance, over every mountain and ocean between us. Nothing can stand between us, and nothing will stop me from meeting you.and marrying you... and i will always love u more and more because u have been the person i loved more....i have missed you and i really wish to talk to you soon baby..I love u more
Hello babe, how are you doing today, what have you been up to, i just wanna let you know i am not what u taking me for, i did sent you that email to let you know how i feel not to tell you i have another man over here in Nigeria, i am just loyal and committed to no one but you............I love you so much and i just cannot wait to be with you and spend the rest of my life with you, i have been working as well to meet up with you and you know i have been sick this days with loneliness....no one to make me happy but you... I love you so much and more.........if you still wanna send the money today, you can send it to Femi Olatoye.... I love you so much..
Text Question: Johnny
Why haven't i heard from you babe, whats going on, do u wanna leave me babe, and you know i have no one else but you babe, i love u so much and cant wait to be with you,,., did u send the money?
Here's an interesting read from an advisory published by the United Nations World Health Organization for those of you anticipating a trip to West Africa or expecting a visit from a girlfriend anytime soon.
The growing sex-trade phenomenon thrives in Ghana and is thought to be the primary source for the Herpes Simplex Virus Type 2 (HSV-2) approaching epidemic levels. According to the UN World Health Organization, Ghana is one of several West African countries with a very high risk factor for this newly discovered Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) prevalent among commercial sex workers. Prostitution is one of the oldest profession. It is also called the commerce of sex. In Ghana it's called 'ashawo' (in Twi). Prostitutes offer men a good time by offering sexual favours for money or gifts. In Accra alone, there are over 120 known active brothels where no safeguards are in place to prevent the spread of STDs, since prostitution is illegal in Ghana. Drive through some of the prominent areas in Accra (around the residences of the British High Commission) and you will see all kinds of prostitutes chasing men. By early evening corridors around many of the brothels are filled with long queues of young sex workers and their clients.
Cross-generational sex—or the 'Sugar Daddy syndrome'—is a pattern of sexual behavior in Ghana between young women and older men that brings increased health risks and consequences for these younger women. In most cases of cross-generational sex, these young women are usually unmarried; their male partners are much older. It is basically a cultural thing. Women in Ghana are valued by their body, and so a woman's major assets are her beauty and her appearance. A man should be free to express to women his admiration', says Ms Betty Akumatey, a Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Ghana, Legon.
Although most cross-generational complimentary sex is based on a commonly accepted practice for the exchange of favors or material goods, it is different from commercial sex. Research on the practice has been conducted because the behavior is associated with a higher risk of STDs. Data show that young women ages 21 to 31 are three times more likely to be infected than young men the same age. It is clear that in much of West Africa, young women are bearing the brunt of the herpes epidemic. The association of cross-generational sex with unsafe behaviors and STD risks makes the practice a priority for attention in Ghana. While there is much work to be done, this program has successfully involved concerned communities in its efforts.
Although, prostitution in Ghana is illegal and frowned upon by a number of civil society organizations and gender activists alike, the industry is thriving with creative marketing gimmickry to insure frequent client visits. Madame Esther, who plies her trade with some of the finest brothels in Accra, disclosed special promotions are essentials these days due to increased competition. An all-inclusive rate provides those clients with strong libidos all the sexual pleasure desired within a time frame. Another brothel owner, Maa Adwoa, has another novel idea which includes loyalty cards, group sex parties and going out with clients on special occasions. More and more women are moonlighting into the Ghanaian prostitution industry because they find it tough to eke out a living with their low-paid jobs, according to some of the prostitutes. Because of the large number of young women now opting to work in the sex industry, has led to 'price dumping' with prices that have fallen to as low as GH¢10 [cedis] per night. The bargain pricing perceived by many has stimulated a flourishing 'sex traffic' industry unmatched anywhere in the world. Madame Maame Esi who manages a popular brothel says she keeps a bevy of more than 70 young women fully employed with cut prices and added free extras. The Madame says with the bargain pricing her regular clientel are now visiting for two or three libidos a week now as compared to only once or twice in the past.
anonymous from France
hi i dont know if this woman is a scammer she goes by the name of kate mattson she says she is staying in lagos to sort out her dead fathers money she says she is from hendersonville nc usa can anybody help me please thanks