“And the girlfriend has a boyfriend who also has another girlfriend and it keeps spreading that way.So, one sex worker can transmit the virus to a hundred people,” she said. Anemo said people should realise that everybody faces risk in whatever job they engage in.When you are ovulating Some women are actually in a constant state of ‘hornyness’ during this period and sex is actually much more enjoyable and passionate.
She said this will help sex workers to open up and receive proper sensitization from appropriate quarters, without fear of being dehumanized or harassed by law enforcement agencies. Anemo’s plea was in reaction to a recent research study on the risk female sex workers face in their job.
You also find the teenagers around the Otigba Junction, Rangers Avenue, Presidential Road, New Berries, Obiagu, among others, where they peddle drugs and sex for fees ranging from N500 and N2,000 per night or home service. I will, at once, notify my colleagues that I have a customer and we will be in a world of our own”. This is what I do to fend for myself and send money to my family in the village. If you get more than that, it is because it is a festive season, public holiday, weekend, etc.
investigation also showed that some banks recruit beautiful girls to scout for large deposits from men. Continuing, she beckoned in confidence,”Try and see. I hoped to further my education but the present Nigeria’s economic outlook has eroded that dream. But I cannot fold my arms and watch my parents and siblings in the village die of hunger”. ” “Well, before this government took over, the business was good. You do not need to spend money on extraneous things like beer, pepper soup and the rest. Corporate prostitution Garbed in suits with inner shirts that reflect the bank’s colour, beautiful female marketers chase male customers to their bedrooms, obviously to solicit that they open accounts with the bank.
I told you N500 because of the excruciating economic hardship in the country.
The peddlers recruit youngsters who do the leg walk, selling Indian hemp, white and brown powder in alleys, streets and even offices.