Some Ghanaian ladies in Turkey are allegedly engaging in prostitution to make a living

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images (5)Some Ghanaian ladies residing in Turkey are allegedly engaging in prostitution to make a living, unconfirmed reports reaching Ghana’s Embassy in Ankara, the capital of Turkey, indicate.

Alhaji Abass Ibrahim, Ghana’s Ambassador to Turkey, has told DAILY GUIDE exclusively that his outfit had been receiving several complaints about some Ghanaian ladies engaging in prostitution.

Alhaji Abass insisted that the Ghana Embassy in Turkey could not confirm the speculations, saying “this is just rumours going round.”

However, he said, those who have been complaining about the alleged bad conduct of the women, lamented that the ladies were tarnishing Ghana’s image in Turkey, so his office should intervene.

Though he could not confirm the speculations, the Ambassador took the opportunity to admonish Ghanaian women in Turkey to live acceptable lifestyles to promote Ghana’s image positively.

Alhaji Abass also charged all Ghanaians living in Turkey, notably the men, to conform to the laws of their host country, so that they would stay away from trouble.

Touching on the business opportunities abound in Turkey, he said: “Turkey is now a big economy on the globe as it produces different types of goods of high quality, but their prices are affordable”.

He again encouraged Ghanaian businessmen to turn to Turkey to do business.



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