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Ghanaian sex workers increase charges, complain of economic hardship



A section of Accra sex workers have increased their charges blaming the unbearable economy in Ghana.


In their words, the fuel price hike and general inadequacies caused by the economic situation of the country, makes their work difficult, thereby resulting in their decision to increase the charges.


The new prices for their customers are now set at $50 and $300 per brief sessions that last between 15-20 minutes and a whooping $300 for a full night. reports that the sex workers incidentally appease whichever customers that complain about the increment and ask that they consider their plight.

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