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Neo
14th July 2011, 06:55 AM
Sexual activities were at an all-time high during the just-ended delegates’ congress of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) at the Sunyani Coronation Park in the Brong Ahafo Region.

There was shortage of condoms in the Sunyani municipality as a result of the high demand for the product, which according to experts, protects users from sexually transmitted diseases. There was also an influx of prostitutes, with call girls admitting that they had good market. Most of the prostitutes had since returned to their various ‘bases’ after the congress.

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Demand for the product recorded a hike on Friday evening when delegates billed for the congress and other supporters from within and outside the country started to arrive. Most of the drug stores and other pharmacy outlets where condoms were sold started to run out of stock on that same Friday evening and by Saturday night, condoms were hard to come by in these shops, according to Daily Guide investigations.

Shop attendants who spoke to Daily Guide indicated that though they anticipated a high demand for the product as a result of the influx of NDC faithful in the regional capital because of the congress, they were overwhelmed by the patronage.

They noted that because they had anticipated a high demand for the product during the period, they increased the stock of condoms but the stockpile could not take care of the craving for it, with demand far outstripping supply.

The shop owners pointed out that people who approached them for condoms but could not get any, went away very disappointed, with the admonition that the owners should go for more supplies. “Some came to ask for the product together with their partners, while others too came alone,” one shop owner told Daily Guide, stating that it was his wish that political parties would regularly schedule their congresses at Sunyani to enable the residents to cash in.

Every hotel, guest house and accommodation facility in the municipality was full to capacity, as some Senior High Schools (SHS) were forced to close down for their dormitories to be occupied by delegates.



Source: Daily Guide

Q' lypse
14th July 2011, 10:18 PM
HAHAHAHHA, one word

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Pope Bitterz D'Alomo
15th July 2011, 02:21 AM
Possibly, the kids have mistaken them for balloons and so have gone on a blowing spree.

Q' lypse
15th July 2011, 11:55 AM
Possibly, the kids have mistaken them for balloons and so have gone on a blowing spree.

hahahhaaa, yea rite

CuTiEbABy
15th July 2011, 12:40 PM
hmmm asem ni...was it a political party congress or something else?.........smh