Finding "Bonsam Gyaem" In Ghana

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But at night, it becomes a real ‘hell’ or Bonsam Gyaem for residents and commuters who cannot not stand the noise; and for asthmatics or those with respiratory difficulties because of the heavy cigarette smoke that fill the air.

When revellers at Bonsam Gyaem are in their elements, they jump onto the bonnets of passing vehicles and puff smoke on drivers and passengers.

Not even my covert moves could save me during my research, as I was identified as a stranger. So my phone was taken from me and a thug almost beat me up because they caught me taking pictures of a fight between two groups.

As there is no car park for patrons, they park their cars along the streets near the action spots so the place always becomes congested.

Motorists, therefore, endure a heavy traffic on the Bonsam Gyaem Street because they ought to drive cautiously to avoid knocking down someone.

Interesting, nobody seems to know how the name came about but some patrons believe choice might have been influenced by the immoral activities of smoking, bingeing, the public display of romance and the like.

Young ladies who patronize “Bonsam gyaem” are spotted in their mini-skirts, with tops that leave little for the imagination.

In fact, some of the skirts are too tight and too short that they expose the panties and the groins of their wearers. And of course, most guys wear their trousers in the dropped fashion to complement them.

Away from the street, the alleys between the buildings around “Bonsam gyaem”, often serve as havens for lovers.

During festivals, the enjoyment is said to heighten as people from all walks of life patronize the place.

It is reported that the alleys become hosts for free style sex on those occasions.

Actually, the drinking bars at “Bonsam Gyaem” are said to have been operating for over a decade now but the place recently became known called as Bonsam Gyaem.

Some traditional leaders in the area are worried about this development and also concerned that some of those young ladies who patronize Bonsam gyaem are students of some Senior High Schools (SHS) in and outside the Akuapem area.

They are reported to be jumping their school fences or sneaking out of their campuses to entertain themselves there to return at dawn.

A final year SHS student in Central Region I chatted with said she was there with friends for entertainment.

The students disguise themselves by wearing wigs to look like adults so that they would not to be identified.

A male student, who claims to be a day student, disclosed that many students sneak out of school to be at Bonsam Gyaem.

On the flip side, the activities at Bonsam gyaem have encouraged a brisk night market at Akropong as provision stores, pharmacy shops, fruit sellers and food joints do active business between 1200 AM and 2.00AM.

According to Amo Yaw, a bar attendant, he does not think the loud music from the bars is a nuisance to residents.

To him, the sound stays only on the street and does not go beyond it. “The sound and the enjoyment are right on the street,” he insists.

Alice Badu, a resident says she could accommodate the activities “once they have not attracted burglars to the area.”

“All we want is for us as residents to sleep and live in peace amidst their enjoyment,” she said.

However, she thinks that the activities of Bonsam gyaem are corrupting the lifestyles of many of the youth at Akropong.

“Students leave home and return at daybreak,” she complains. “They will do not study but rather learn how to rap and sing hip-life songs. Most girls have adopted the style of wearing dresses that expose their bodies to the public to attract men.”

Alice, like some of her chiefs, does not know that she lives near Bonsam gyaem but when she was told the name, she protested and asked for a better name.

Irrespective of one’s faith, “Bonsam gyaem” will definitely not be a place of deliberate choice for the godly, but for now, some people have chosen to spend their night life in this place at Akropong, where some liken to hell.

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