Pastor Samuel Adegboye of the General Overseer of Testimony Chapel, Ilorin, Kwara State, has blamed the rising spate of prostitution among young girls in the country to laziness and refusal to further their studies.
Speaking in Ilorin, Adegboye called on the Federal Government to impose a total ban on “the dirty business” in the country.
Adegboye said the government should create job opportunities which will be a panacea to prostitution in the country.
According to Adegboye, “Most young girls become lazy and not ready to further their studies since they have hope in operating as a social worker to survive.
“Imagine most hotels are being used to harbour commercial sex workers where they have their own rooms to host their clients; at times, you will see them roaming the streets in search of clients without shame.
“Government must enact a law to ban such an evil business. It is becoming worse every day as some non-Nigerians will even come to practice such a dirty act in our dear country.
“Since the government has refused to intervene, Nigeria now become a home of commercial sex workers. It is time to act fast and curb the evil practice.
“Government must use security agents to check every hotel and arrest any person suspected to be a commercial sex worker.”
Culled from: Daily Post