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Our lad: A gold dust dealer from Ghana
My character: a businessman from London
The situation: Businessman stranded in Cotonou without a passport, with $350.000 in cash on him and has been getting mails from a mr. Gomer through "hacked account" of the Lad.
Businessman told the lad (by phone) that he set up a meeting with his associate (Gomer) for next Friday. Lad tells me he has no associate. Businessman panics, because apparently, someone knows he's there and that he has a lot of cash.. And without a passport he can't go anywhere.
You'd expect the lad to be at least a BIT worried that his dolla is about to be chopped, but this is what I get:
We should not be making much ado about nothing, just come to Ghana
Way to keep cool in a crisis...:S
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Jezus is in a man all the time - sung by Dawa lbah
Time to get him a bit more worked up, maybe your businessman could get kidnapped?
"i am so delighted about your message to me may the good Lord in his infinite mercy enlarge your coast for good this season"
"The deceased customer who died on May 2nd 2007 in a gassy car accident..."
"Im going to sell my phone and balace the guy that help me back to lagos his on my neck"
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Thu Aug 04, 2011 10:59 am
but I've no idea how to take it from there...suggestions?
Your lad obviously has lost interest? He probably won't be convinced to go on a safari but why not giving it a trial.
In a bar in Cotonou, you just met a European who is travelling frequently in West African countries, e.g. as a MD employed by an international organization like the Médecins Sans Frontières. He's willing to help you and to smuggle you out of Benin into Ghana. You'll be disguised as a paramedic and fly with him in his red cross marked chopper. He's going to his next task in Bolgatanga (northern Ghana) shortly. From Bolgatanga, you will have a connecting red cross flight to England one or two days later.
That's where you can meet your lad, of course at a very tight time schedule. No chance for you to go to Accra.
Médecins Sans Frontières should be understood only as an example - no reason to discredit them when screwing a lad. Just invent something on your own...
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