Melphia, 13, is one of them.
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When she refused, he lashed out at her with a machete. From between two buses, Melphia nervously watches what's going on across the street. A shower costs 20 cents, for which Melphia gets five minutes in a roofless cement cell. She lives in a slum and spends her nights in hotel rooms with businessmen, police officers and, increasingly, tourists.
What she does know is that "obronis," white men, pay more than Ghanaians. And along with them come those interested in hiring prostitutes.