This might not be your preferred business hub. It is, however, intriguing that major wars of this world have been fought because of the love of a woman. Well, if you are in Koforidua and for reasons best known to you, you want to locate an Ashawo joint in Koforidua, the rest of the article lists some of them.
Note that there is no guarantee of indeed finding them right there as their businesses are mostly clandestine.
A place that hardly goes to sleep. You should be on the lookout as you step into the bar on the left side of the filling station. Better still the roadside might be the best clue overlooking the Ghana Commercial Bank.
Big Ben Shoes – Railway
This is the most hidden of all such joints in the city. The place itself is a footwear making shop with no traces of such activity. It can best be described as a “members only” joint. But if this is what you are looking for, your best lead is to follow the rail line just about 5metres behind the shop, you should be approaching a joint.
Arguably the oldest spot for the nautical profession. The forecourt of the “Hall” overlooking the SSNIT building is too glaring to not notice the ladies of the night.
You don’t need to enter the bar as you might be disappointed. The roadside in front of the bar should be enough to spot the flowers of the moonlight as you approach the bar.
Bula Spot has seen the most raid by law enforcement agencies. It will come second in terms of how long it has been in the city after Legion Hall, and has refused to die off. The spot is noted for housing ashawos.
The forefront of the Bedtime Hotel is the last of this list.
All others are on a request basis with call cards at certain coded locations.
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