Grocery shopping depends on where you go. If you go to the market things like spring onions and oranges are 1-2ghc for a good few but if you go to the supermarket this can be quite expensive. I remember buying an orange was the equivalent of £2 some years ago as a lot of the things in the supermarket are imported so relatively expensive.
When in Ghana I survive on Eggs, hot bread and peanut butter in the morning.
Then rotate between Red Red, jollof and keliweli (sorry don’t know the correct spelling.)
Preferred KeliWeli is from the lady on the corner of New Town Road, not far from the Vodafone Building on Nsawam Road. She is there every night and apparently she owns some of those Buildings, but still works hard rather than resting on her laurels.
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