Grandmas in the UK are being warned by the Gambia to avoid paying young Gambia men for Mjolo and to leave them alone.

Grandmas in the UK are being warned by the Gambia to avoid paying young Gambia men for Mjolo and to leave them alone.

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The Gambia is attempting to shed its reputation as a mjolo tourism destination by attempting to draw in “quality” tourists.

The director of the Gambia Tourism Board, Abubacarr Camara, stated that the government wanted “quality tourists, not tourists who come merely for s3x, tourists who come to admire the country and its culture.”

Since the 1990s, when low-cost package holidays to the country gained popularity, s3x tourism has been rapidly expanding in the country.

There are many tales of Gambian “bumsters,” unemployed Gambian men who prey on Western women because they perceive them as a route to the UK.

Social media plays a huge role when it comes to scamsters who target rich UK grannies.

The Sun UK reports that more and more British grandmothers are turning the swindle on its head by falling for the attractions of the Gambian guys while firmly clutching their purses.

According to a report by the EasternEye, a top tourism official of the roughly 2.5 million-person nation said the government would welcome tourists interested in the positive aspects of the nation rather than those who came only for s3x.

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