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How Do We Reduce The Rate Of Prostitution In Nigeria Universities?

All sorts of acronyms and names have been used to coin and make disguise of the nature of prostitution.

In all the intent of this act which has in some ways turned into a Profession, exhibits no change in value irrespective of its acronyms which stands to change the philosophy behind its nature.

“Prostitution is define as the act or practice of prostituting or offering the body to an indiscriminate sexual intercourse for money; common lewdness of a woman”

I think Nigeria girls need to wake up from their slumber and face the reality of life, because what they do is not runs but prostitution.

“A source of livelihood” as defined by an undergraduate of the University of Lagos, who delved into the act to assuage her ongoing financial plight, revealed that the gains attached (if there are at all) were undoubtedly pains in disguise. Her experience started as an exuberant adventure with exorbitant living standard until her health started deteriorating, and then what came next seemed beyond her imagination.

She and her friends were introduced to a very rich company of relatively young men at a social event.

The event turned out to be an avenue to lure these ladies into the hands of money ritualists and occult group members. Her story leads to the death of all her friends as they where used as sacrifices. She fortunately, escaped the clutches of death as she was termed to be inapt. This victim, now repented has joined a religious group fighting for course of thus campus ill.

Another testimony leads us to the northern part of Nigeria. This victim and her friend, both from Ahmadu-Bello University Zaria, had finished exams and where in search of fun and money so they set out to Abuja where they felt, had conspicuous affluent men. On the way to their land of milk and honey, they were given a lift by a young rich dude. His car was tempting. They stopped over at the outskirts of Jos town, as this dude had already convinced them to pass the night at his abode. They accepted the offer anticipating he would compensate them financially for the night.

               

Indeed his domicile had wealth written all over, well furnished with expensive electronics. As luck would have it, the rich dude stepped out to get dinner for his guests, and our victim had to answer natures call. Looking around for the ‘convenience’ she approached one where she found female body parts. Dumbfounded, she came out shivering with fear and led her friend to the scene. Immediately, they ran out barefooted, leaving behind their belongings. Their route to safety was through a bush path leading into a village, where they where accosted by the indigenes who harboured them that night and transported them back to Zaria.

The testimonies are endless, still we have more female undergraduates pimping and marketing their fellow mates to wealthy men.

The World Miss University Nigeria Peace Emissaries are campaigning against Pimping and all sorts of Prostitution (whatever the terminology or acronym used to describe the act) on our various campuses.

Obviously, the gains of this act buttresses latently on the purchase of Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD’s) and other related ailment.

The fight is tough but the World Miss University Nigeria Peace Corps are left with no other option than to succeed on this great quest towards redeeming the female university undergraduate from this plague ‘PROSTITUTION’.

Lets come ‘hand in hand for peace’ with the World Miss University Nigeria Peace Corps, to achieve this goal.      

Ambassador Temidayo L. Kafaru

President World Miss University Nigeria

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good luck with that.

the current p.rostitutes all over naija had better move over cos their turf will soon be invaded.

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by admitting more prostitutes.

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@michelin89:

From your statement,is evidence that your one of this Prostitutes in nigerian Universities or market place whichever one,i can see clearly that you did not follow the family values your parent thought you.

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Being poor is not an excuse for prostitution. I had it tough while growing up but never prostituted myself so poverty is out of it, in my own opinion. Society and Greed, Yes. Parents have alot to do here. We need to train our kids well, most importantly the girl child, and let them be aware of the dangers involved in prostitution. The Society also have a role to play. If there is a serious penalty for those caught prostituting, the givers and takers, i think it will reduce. as in the case of the reduction in number of prostitutes on Abuja streets as they are arrested at sight now.

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Hello everyone,

I think there are several reassons why a high number of girls in nigeria choose to sell their bodies.

1) Proverty - Even when they work very hard most still find it diffcult to make a living with their earnings and if there is no support from any relatives or friend they often find theirself in a situation of no choise.

2) Society - Girls are lead into it because of their sourroundings. They see the other girls living a good life with no or less finacial problems.

3) Greed - Even thou proverty is high and a great burden not only on students but unfortunatly on nigeria, girls seek for fast money because the now that within a week they can make the average salary of month.

I think there must be a moral change in the nigerian society and nollywood should also change the way of presenting woman. In so many movie it can be seen that woman are sleeping with a man for money and they take it as normal as eating breakfast in the moring.

Just as TOYOSI20 has said, those girls are our sisters, friends, auties etc. and just as we need to respekt them they also need to respekt theirself!

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Most peopleof Nigeria will swear by god but did he not state words to the effect of be happy with what you have. This is the problem all over the world people are not happy that they can eat and have somewhere to sleep and just about manage topay scholl fees. They want to show that i have this i've got that. we cannot blame them soley for that mentality although it is bad most people of nigeria want to brag and boast about the materials they possess its so sad.

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This is a great topic and I am glad that so many people see it that way.

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To me parent are the real cause of this, How many Folks sit his or her child down for moral education, Sex Education and putting the fear of God in them from KG.

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it starts from the parents and what values are instilled in their children.

If the parents themselves have questionable values, then why expect the kids to be so different?

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How will that change people from prostituting?

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Tell the Government to stop selling over 1 million JAMB forms a year knowing that there are only on average 10,000 university places per year

offpoint my dear.

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<p><a href="http://www.">ok now</a></p>

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if only there was a student maintenance grants system that might tie them over.

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Start publishing the name and the pics of men that patronize them.

Provide some jobs for the students to make some small money while in school

Pay people well enuf to take care of their kids at the school

Punish lecturer that wanna get btw ladies legs for marks

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big-up to the writer your article is fantastic

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May the Lord help us.

Parents have a lot to do.

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Poverty + greed = prostitution

Some part time Job and cut on influence from other students could help.

make things affordable, or even the govt could have some kinda student loan to help the student while is school

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JJYOU and toyosi I agree with your original posts. It is sad that it is as bad as it is. It has to start with parents. I personally believe that the way most african men are raised is appalling. These old money miss road have been preying on these girls from when they were 14 or so. They have no shame and culturally they are entitled to any woman or even female child they see. A lot of african men were raised with a sense of entitlement and no sense of selfrespect and we are now seeing the product of that raising. Money for hand back na ground is nothing to them at this point. It's almost like they were raised to LovePeddler. I am not saying that these girls and their parents hold no responsibilities but I believe that those little girls that we were seeing stll in their school unforms in a "big man's" car in those days are all now entering the universities in a completely different state where there are no prying eyes of family members or family friends.

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maybe creating job accessible to students. my school has up to 9 eatery (yes a real big college) and most of those working there are students. my first year, i worked making pizza lol. not the best but i got some bucks saved. not that i needed the money but i just wanted to work!! instead of sleeping and staying idle.

UI: those buka there should hire students! i know their cafe is not operating or is it?

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would you mind sharing with this forum what you term "hypocritical and false values, you know they'll never keep."?

todays tribune is reporting this in nigeria http://www.tribune.com.ng/15022009/news/news13.html

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how you we?

Uhm, maybe by giving your children a better education and dumping those hypocritical and false values, you know they'll never keep.

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Its not poverty its greed.

Easy way to make money. Lie on the ground with your legs wide open = Bags full of clothes and shoes and plenty of cash.

Dont get me wrong some people need to sell their bodies to eat and to feed and clothes others. But theres a vast number of useless girls AND boys who are too greedy.

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someone will soon come here and tell me poverty.

this is what it has come to

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