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Sperm Hunters Invade Ashaiman
 
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08-Jan-2015  
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Information gathered by the DAILY HERITAGE reveals that some money-hardy men are roaming the streets of Ashaiman in flashy cars making feverish attempts to lure young ladies to collect the semen of promiscuous men for a fee.

The lady’s job is simply to have sex with any man expressing interest in them, soak the sperms after ejaculation in a handkerchief and mix it with a blackish substance provided by the money makers. And, every handkerchief soaked with such sperm costs GH¢2,000.00.

Explaining her ordeal to the paper in an interview, Beauty Adornu, a 21-year-old Senior High School leaver, said the ‘sperm hunters’ often target girls who are needy and are desperately looking for help.

“I met this JHS mate of mine; he was looking good and well fed. I could not identify him when he called me while sitting in his Toyota Camry.

“He took me to lunch and spent so much money on food and drinks. He even bought me some clothing. His intentions were not readily clear since I thought he was doing it to repay a kind act I did for him while we were mates,” Miss. Adornu recounted.

She claimed that she was shocked when Darlington, the name of his old classmate, intimated that if she wants to enjoy luxury, he would make her dream come true.

“He opened a briefcase and showed me some handkerchiefs. He told me, getting money is simple now, especially for girls. He has helped several girls to achieve status in society. I only need to sleep with men and return their sperms for money.

“The high number of men I sleep with will increase the money I make. But, I disagreed,” she intimated.

“He has been pestering, till I made my pastor intervene. I just want my fellow young ladies to be aware of what is going on,” she stressed.

Miss Adornu said the modus of operandi of these men is to use people they are familiar with who they can harm if they attempt to expose them. “They lure you with gifts and goodies, and make you indebted to them. Until I experienced it myself, I never believed such stories,” she lamented.
 
 
 
Source: Daily Heritage
 
 

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