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Prostitutes lament low customer turn-out during Ramadan

01 July 2016, 08:25

Abuja - Prostitutes across Lagos have cried out over low patronage during the month of Ramadan, Naij reports.

Blaming the fast for their low turnover, sex workers have reported losses of around N10,000 per night as opposed to their usual revenue.

Lizzy, a sex worker at Allen Avenue, Ikeja, reported that she used to make around N15,000 before Ramadan but has made only around N5,000 since the Holy month began.

Also read: Fellatio Cafe offers oral sex with a coffee

When questioned over her reasons for continuing her trade through Ramadan, Lizzy failed to provide an answer.

Despite the stigma surrounding the sex trade, prostitutes have developed strategies to maximize profit since a ban on sex work was instituted in the state in June 2013.

Prostitutes in the state have taken to hawking sex-boosting drugs in addition to their usual services, promising customers a good time that is well worth the amount they pay, The Sun reports.

Read more at Naij

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