The Ghana Tourism Authority Have Asked Me To Stop Serving Food In Pẽn!s-Shaped Pots – Shugatiti

The Ghana Tourism Authority Have Asked Me To Stop Serving Food In Pẽn!s-Shaped Pots – Shugatiti

Ghanaian socialist and nudist Shugatiti has talked about how hard it has been for her to deal with government institutions since she opened a café in Accra.

The owner of a restaurant known for serving food in clay pots shaped like genitalia said that she got a letter from the Ghana Tourism Authority telling her to stop using the pots.

The Ghana Tourism Authority Have Asked Me To Stop Serving Food In Pẽn!s-Shaped Pots – Shugatiti

Her space, according to the authorities, is not suitable for children.

“Ghana Tourism Authority served me a letter discouraging me from the use of my penis-shaped pot.” They indicated that it isn’t safe for children. So now, we no longer serve with those pots… Ever since I opened my shop, government officials have been disturbing me. “You can’t operate a business in Ghana if you’re not strong.”

In an interview with actor Kwaku Manu on “The Aggressive Show,” Shugatiti stated that Ghanaian lawyer Maurice Ampaw was the main cause of the incessant critiques and visits from authorities.

A famous lawyer who is known for criticizing indecent exposure by celebrities and the general public told the police to tell Shugatiti to close her business in 2022.

Shugatiti, who is perplexed as to why Lawyer Ampaw has been assigned to her case, wonders if he is interested in her.

him… “That man, I suppose, loves me; that’s why he comes after me.” I don’t understand him, and I haven’t offended him… I don’t have his contact details; I would have called to question him. He aggressively talks about me on television, meanwhile, and I haven’t offended him. I have never met him,” she said.

In response to the lawyer’s request that her new business is closed,

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she said: “I saw it as one of those things, people will always talk…

I see it as normal because no one has served me with a court document. I saw it as one of those things.”