Prostitutes in Ashaiman sell sperms of their customers – Pimp turned military man reveals

A military officer who was once a pimp has revealed in an interview that prostitutes in a brothel in Ashaiman popularly called “Tuutu line” or “18” sell the sperms of their clients to ritualists for rituals.

According to the pimp turned Soldier, pimping has always been his work as a civilian and that was provided food on his table and also paid his school fees.

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He revealed he became a friend to most of the prostitutes at Ashaiman where he served as a bouncer who made sure clients did not abuse the prostitutes.

In his revelation, he said most fraudsters engage the services of the prostitutes by buying sperms from them for rituals to woo their victim.

The presenter in shock asked how much the sperms are sold, which he answered saying that the minimum cost per ejaculation in a condom costs not less than a thousand Ghana cedis.

Elaborating further, he revealed how on several occasions he has been hired by his superiors at the military camp to pimp them with women in the brothels.

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Speaking in Twi, he explained that “prostitution is a very sensitive area which I am always concerned about. In fact, I have been sending my superiors to that place to have sex with prostitutes.

The Ashaiman Tuutu line is just behind the police station. If you’re not careful and you even have an altercation with any of the prostitutes, and you’re reported to the police, you’ll feel sorry”.

Asked why they need the sperms badly, he explained that, “the fraud boys use sperm to do rituals to generate money. One of the fraud boys I spoke to told me that after your sperm is used for rituals, nothing will work for you again. Even your finances will be erratic. When money touches your hand, you cannot use it for anything worthwhile. After some time, when your sperm get used for a long time, you may lose your life”.

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