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The various mobile carriers in Ghana have each been assigned a network code.

A long Whats App message form the phone number-233240140801 which I think belongs to struggling Ghanaian musician-Diamond disrupted the enjoyment of my Big Bang Theory this evening…

Since , all fixed-line numbers and mobile numbers have 9 national (significant) numbers after the '0' trunk code.

Due to the unreliability of fixed-line infrastructure in Ghana, mobile phones are more widely used.

Would you like to come for a drive with me in Ghana today?

We can crank the aircon and listen to some music, have a chat and see the countryside. I thought we might drive north out of Accra towards Kumasi. We’ll start by taking the motorway out, and then turn onto the modestly named George W Bush Highway (I’m sure we can thank the American taxpayers for this road, and not the man personally).

Take a deep breath and savour that feeling of the wide open road, it won’t last long my friend.

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