Video: Princess Inyang Okokon talks about her work to free women trafficked to Italy for sex at m/global-development (from Monday).
I recall a cartoon I saw in Nigeria.
For nearly three decades, a thriving sex-trafficking industry has been operating between Nigeria and Italy.
However, campus prostitution seems to be one area that something good has been turned upside down and used to achieve sinister goals.Instead, they brazenly take their trade directly to their customers "where the real action is".They are just normal ladies in serious relationships with some guys not aware of their secret hustle.It is indicative of how much morally decadent our society has become.Princess arranges for the women to live and work together.That evening, I noticed an unusually high number of young girls sitting around surfing the net.Many experts believe the trade in women started in the 1980s when Nigerians travelling to Italy on work visas to pick tomatoes realised that selling sex was far easier and more profitable than harvesting fruits or vegetables.It is happening all over Italy and Europe and the numbers are growing and growing.The tg hobbyhuren Nigerian pleasure market is not as organized and audacious as we have in the developed societies where we have escort companies, p*rnstars, professional pimps and others attached to the prostitutes despite the seeming illegality in some countries.
The wien prostitution zonen UK government recently announced 5 million pounds (6.2m) to work with Nigeria to take on trafficking at source.In 2015 this figure had shot up to 5,633.A visit to the school Nasarawa State University revealed a situation where men with flashy cars besiege the school on daily bases enticing these girls with juicy monetary offers to hang-out with them" Punch Online.I wanted more for my children.Before they took me to Libya they used two boys to break my virginity and then they took me to Libya to a house and sent many men to sleep with.They promise to fix the men up with campus girls if they so desired".
In Nigeria there was nothing.
Okoh, young female undergraduates of Nasarawa State University, mainly between the ages of 18 to 25 years, take advantage of the proximity of their school to the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.