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Author Topic: Abuja Prostitutes Protest .. Enough Is Enough; Prostitution Should Be Legalized  (Read 377 times)
June 04, 2015, 05:45:04 PM

Offline Benosky1

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'We No Go Gree' Abuja prostitutes
protest incessant arrest by officials ,
Some prostitutes in Abuja have taken
to the streets to protest against
indiscriminate arrest and extortion by
the law enforcement agencies.


More than 500 commercial sex workers
in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory,
took to the streets protesting the
incessant and indiscriminate arrests
and extortion of their members by the
FCT Special Task Team on City
Cleaning and Management, reports
say.

The prostitutes under the aegis of the
National Association of Nigerian
Prostitutes (NANP), expressed their
anger after more than 3,000 of their
members were arrested in various
raids in the last three months by the
FCT officials in different parts of the
capital city.

Parading the town with different
placards with inscriptions like:
'Ashewo work na work'; 'Allow us to
hustle for our daily bread'; and
'Legalize prostitution now', the scarlet
ladies showed their dismay at the way
their members are molested daily by
different task forces and security
operatives.

One of the ladies who said her name is
Loveth, narrated their experiences to
our source:
"We are Nigerians too and we only
go about seeking our daily
livelihood, so I see no reason why
they should be harassing, arresting
us and extorting money from us.
These same men are the ones who
patronize us but during the day,
they will be molesting us.

What crimes have we committed?
Many of us are graduates who could
not secure jobs, so we hustle to
make ends meet. We have families
and responsibilities to meet, so
they should allow us to work and
make money.

Many of us do not like selling
ourselves for money but what can
we do? We are not thieves; we are
not members of the political class
who steal Nigeria's money. If the
government want us to stop what
we are doing, they should provide
jobs for us. We are tired of the daily
harassment.

Enough is enough; prostitution
should be legalized in Nigeria."
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