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Further findings revealed that illicit drug substances like Crack, Marijuana, brown and white powder are increasingly in circulation in Enugu metropolis which many of the teens use and peddle. She collected a cheque for the accounts opening and other things I could offer her”..in an undercover operation in one of the hotels on Nza Street, met ‘Chi’, not real name, canvassing sensually for customers. Drug peddlers The activities of drug peddlers are on the increase in many relaxation spots in Enugu metropolis.
They pounce on you once you make eye contact, revealing cleavages and curves to lure you into the hotel room. I eventually opened a savings and current accounts that morning.
Speaking at the Sexual Ethnography Dissemination Workshop in Abuja on Wednesday, the National Coordinator of Nigerian Sex Workers Association, Amaka Anemo, said hypocrisy was behind the continued criminalisation of the sex trade in Nigeria. Anemo noted that who go to worship centres to condemn sex workers also go back to patronise them in manners that eventually expose their wives, girlfriends and other people at risk.
“Once a sex worker is infected with HIV, she can transmit it to as many people as possible by sleeping with just one man, who sleeps with his wife and probably his other girlfriend.
She said sex workers face violence from their clients and also from law enforcement agents.
“When a sex worker’s hideout is raided, the law enforcers collect money from them and when there is no money to offer, they offer them sex.
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I was never forcing myself to behave the way I did, and because of this and the stereotype associated to male homosexuality, many see me as gay, but I have always seen myself as a woman, even though my outward appearance reflects what the society will label as a man.
I have experienced a lot of abuses from people, I have been attacked, beaten and tortured.
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.
Sex workers have called for the decriminalisation of commercial sex in Nigeria.