GNP: A Lady Making Love At Agbogbloshie Market Ran Away After Hearing Police Siren – Vals Day Move

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Marking the celebration of Vals Day on 14th February, 2021, a young lady allegedly ran away from her lover while they were making love at the market of Agbogbloshie because she heard a sounding siren of which she thought it could be police.

Before the Vals Day, the President of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo Addo put ban on social gathering because of Covid-19 pandemic and due to that, the police were tasked to patrol in all corners of our communities to ensure no-one breaches the order set by the president.

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In fact, the police did well to do so and perhaps through their patrols, those lovers heard a sound like that of the siren of the police and decided to depart from their indecent act at the market.

Though, they might have not met at the market to make love only, also with other intentions that made them scared the police attention.

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For a lady to run from the so- called enjoying scene and moment like this needs much further explanation and investigation.

But to put issues to bear and reality, an act like love making should not be done at open place like market.

Meanwhile, some allegations indicate that some guys who do not have homes and sleeping places do similar unfortunate things at places like market.

Indeed, some even go beyond to place the ladies bear on the market tables at midnight especially the open markets that do not have proper security guards and systems.

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This indecent act must stop now!

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