If you think the 18 Ugandan politicians who went to Ghana on October 21 did so solely to search for democratic solutions to Ugandas problems, you are mistaken. The politicians drawn from all parties with representation in Parliament, including the ruling NRM, also took to a popular pastime chatting up Ghanaian women. On arrival in Ghana, the 18 politicians were booked in the posh La-Palm Royal Beach Hotel in the middle of Accra. The tired politicians went straight to their rooms to freshen up and shake off the jet lag ahead of their first meeting with Ghanaian President, Atta Mills. One politician, however, who represents a party headed by a boss living in Lubaga had different plans. Instead of freshening up, he decided to sweet talk a Ghanaian babe into some sort of nightly activity. When the politicians returned from meeting with the Ghanaian leader, they went back to their rooms to rest. Their colleague, who had wooed the Ghanaian woman on arrival, imported the girl into his room deep in the night. We shall spare you the details. The following day, in that thick Ghanaian accent, the woman asked the politician to give me my money. Unfortunate for the Ugandan politician, he didnt have a coin in his pocket, yet the babe was demanding $200. The politician stupidly thought he had secured the service free of charge, thanks to his persuasive tongue. He thought the woman was just being generous. In the end, he begged for time to call his colleagues to bring him some money. However, this man called hotel security instead. Security arrived and asked the girl whether she was registered with the hotel, and she said no. They chased her away, but that was not the end of the story. In the evening, as the Ugandan politicians went down to the restaurant for dinner, the jilted woman returned with Police. The unlucky politician rushed back to his room on seeing the girl in the company of Police. He locked himself inside the room. His colleague, whose party is headquartered at Najjanankumbi, rushed to the restaurant and informed the rest of the crew. He pleaded with them to fundraise for the man who had imprisoned himself in his room, but they were too ashamed to help. In the end, the organisers pleaded with the woman and she accepted $50 which they offered her.