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CELEBRATING THE GHANA CHO

Underrate not the Ghana Cho
For in it comes answers to many wishes and problems
Examples:
Do you want to build muscles to scare thieves or boost your ego?
Contact Fufu and Abenkwan
For that will give you the energy to lift that metal that will make your dream come true.
If you want to chew rather than swallow
Then you may prefer the Bukom Banku or the Ga KONN KE SHITO
Get energy for most part of the day with an anopa kooko accompanied with groundnuts.
Are your eyes trying to deceive you?
The Red Oil in your 'red red' shall open your eyes to see the wonders of the world
Ignore chocolate when your lover declares ''I don't love you anymore'' Rather turn to the Graphic and Times (Abele ke Nkatie) or cooked corn and coconut (eburow na kube)
For as you move your jaws up and down, the tears will automatically reduce, and having exercised your jaws, you will refresh and forget.
Do you want to break your shyness and excel in that public speaking function, Palmwine (nsefuo) can do the trick.
And if you simply want to eat a balanced diet,
Assemble Waakye with meat, eggs or fish (wele as substitute) going with stew. Soakings can be the desert, and you will be okay.
So, begin to solve your problems, and get your wishes
by exploring the usefulness of the Ghana Cho
You will be glad you did

by Martin Nana Baffoe Pieterson

 Posted by: Martin Nana Baffoe Pieterson


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lois | 9/19/2007 3:33:36 AM

hehe that was a gud one i will try and see if it works

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BB | 8/9/2008 11:34:27 PM

that be cool(H)(H)(H)

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Naa Merley Jami | 2/17/2012 5:01:54 PM

You put a smile on my face this morning. I stumbled upon your poem while looking for ideas for my college poem assignment and I couldn't help but smile when I read your poem. My mouth is watery by the vivid imagery your poem depicts in my mind.....

Thanks for sharing.

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