The Domestic Violence Secretariat is in the Osu Cemetery (I am so serious). You know how I've been going on and on about deadly billboards, well, this billboard (if you can call it that) is the embodiment of deadly.
|The white wall is the wall of the cemetery, the trees are in the cemetery and the Domestic Violence Secretariat signpost has a red arrow underneath pointing into the cemetery.|
I use this route every morning but I'd never paid attention to the signpost advertising the Domestic Violence Secretariat up until this morning.
I'm just curious. Does it mean something? Are victims as good as dead so the secretariat might as well be in the cemetery? Or is the secretariat really situated in the cemetery with live people as workers?
I wonder if the secretariat gets live visitors.
As for the call to advertise here, I figured there'd be ads next to a cemetery on funeral insurance, coffins and related stuff. And then I saw an ad advertising Stephanie Benson's album. Ummmmmmm... are the songs dirges or for people about to die or for dead people or something?
Don't mind me. I'm just wondering why I would want to mount an ad right next to a cemetery (aren't there other available spots?). Or maybe more people look that way (making it an ideal spot to advertise) and I am just being someway. If more people do look that way, is there a reason? Or is it just an open available spot to advertise? Maybe the rates to advertise right next to a cemetery are cheap.
Again, my mind in overdrive. But seriously, a secretariat in the cemetery, very curious.