Fuel Subsidy Removal: See How Economic hardship forces Commercial Sex Workers to reduce charges

…..Lament low Patronage

The economic hardship occasioned by the removal of fuel subsidy has reportedly created  adverse effect in   business for the commercial sex workers , those workers in Kano State are seriously lamenting low patronage said to have forced them to reduce the charges per round of sex.

They disclosed this on Sunday while speaking with News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) correspondent in Sabon Gari area of Fagge Local Government Area of the state.

The commercial sex workers in the ancient commercial city, who used to smile home in naira rain now resort to lobby customers to do “business” with them at very ridiculous low charges.


Ms Mercy Benjamin told NAN that “before now, a round of “short time” service could be settled with N5,000 within a time frame of one hour, but the biting effects of fuel subsidy removal had forced customers to disappear.”

Benjamin said “one round of sex now go for as low as between N500 and N700 for the same services”.

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