There are genuine brothers and sisters on this site ,we just have to play it safe and be careful and trust in Jehovah to be able to make wise decision in our choices ..
It’s like going to church every Sunday and always hearing that you’re a sinner and will be going to hell if… So, I’m going to say a few things about Ghanaian women [again]. This is for those who are a bit clueless about all these women walking around Accra (or Ghana).
The Accra Mall food court is crowded, almost every table occupied with hungry shoppers.
My friends — Stephanie from home and a local we met along our adventures named Michael — and I finally find some seats, although the tables are uncomfortably close, forcing us to press our backs against others as we eat.
Ghanaian women (at least, the ones you should avoid) have mastered and become accustomed to having men on rotation, AND they’re perfectly comfortable with it. Perchance you mistakenly take one of these floozies out and she orders something expensive but can’t eat it…she drops subtle hints about material things she likes…she talks about some project (often school) she’d like to pursue, but can’t because of money woes…she NEVER calls you, and when you call, the calls are brief due to “network issues,” but when you’re around her, she seems to get numerous calls from “friends.” (“he’s my friend,” she’ll say) DELETE her number! Can you find situations where you can get to know her without having to spend money for at least 3 weeks? Is she ok with some measure of physical contact in public (remember, if you’re on rotation, you can’t be seen as more than friend)?
You’ll just be a new addition in their rolodex, and being the broni or returnee, you’re prime real estate. – You saw her on Oxford Street (or one of these enclaves where expats hang out) in the middle of the day in her late-evening outfit. She doesn’t think being pretentious or rude as flirting.