Indeed, the infamous ladies of the night have been observed to be organising their vocation in a more closely knit fashion and some of the emerging groups have held elections to select executive officers to run and co-ordinate affairs of members.
Talking to The Spectator, one of the sex workers (with a fixed address), on condition of anonymity, said the elected officers of the group she belongs to include a chairperson, a secretary and a treasurer, supported by a disciplinary committee. "The executives have been constituted as a result of challenges we face in this business," she said.
According to her, if she was seen talking to the press she would be slapped with a fine of GH¢50 and two bottles of Schnapps for divulging information to an outsider.
In an answer as to the type of customers they serviced, she said most of the customers belong to the lower come group who are faced with accommodation problems.
"People who sleep in groups or in the open and therefore cannot host women, find solace in our rooms," she said.