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Friday, 3 April 2015

Nigerian Prostitutes Declare 3-Day Free Sex Nationwide To Celebrate Gen. Buhari’s Victory As Man Beaten To Coma After Refusing To Pay Prostitute

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The National Association of Nigeria Prostitutes, NANP, has joined a host of others to congratulate the president-elect, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress, APC on his victory in the 2015 presidential polls.

They also commended the incumbent leader, President Goodluck Jonathan for conceding defeat in good faith without violence.

To mark the victory and in their bid to walk the talk, the association has declared a three-day free sex across the nation.

NANP in a text message sent to Daily Post on Wednesday, April 1, 2015 urged its members nationwide to comply with the directive.

The terse statement sent which was sent by the association’s National Secretary, Jessica Elvis called on Buhari to legalise commercial sex work as well as improve their welfare during his administration.
Part of the message said, “On behalf of every member of NANP, we heartily congratulate the People’s General for winning the poll.

“As part of our earlier promise, we will be declaring a three-day free sex nationwide.
“We want all our members to honour this directive. We want to use this privilege to beg the President-elect to look into the welfare of this association. We believe his victory will surely better this harmless struggle.”

One  Haruna Lawal landed on the hospital bed after having fun with a commercial sex worker in Ejigbo area of Lagos without paying.

Lawal had gone to a red light zone after reading online that the National Association of Nigerian Prostitutes had declared a three-day free sex promo to celebrate the victory of Gen. Muhammadu Buhari of the APC in the just concluded presidential poll.

DAILY POST gathered that Lawal, after having rounds of fun with the sex hawker all through the night, zipped up the following morning and thanked her for ‘driving him very well’.

Problem erupted when the lady demanded for her pay and Lawal reminded her of the ongoing promo announced by the association.

Angered by his submission, the lady whose name was given as Emmanuella strangled Lawal on his neck and demanded to for her pay.

“In the process of the struggle, Lawal slapped the lady and that attracted the attention of other prostitutes in the place who pounced on him and gave him the beating of his life.

“He was seriously beating because he could not afford to even pay half of the money. The prompt intervention of other patrons saved him from being lynched,” an eye witness told our reporter on Thursday.

When DAILY POST visited the area on Thursday the lady, who was still angry lambasted the leadership of the association for taking a decision without consulting them.

“How can Jessy and Madam Efoyo (referring to the national president) declare free-sex without properly informing us?”, she asked.

“I only read it on the pages on newspaper. Make them, bring the money wey APC give them na. Na any politician get my p**sy for me?” a visibly angry Nuella, as she’s called told our reporter 

When reminded that the association had already made it known that it is free sex for three days, the lady fumed, “Oya oga journalist come f**ck na, because na person get my thing for me,” before she furiously walked away.

When contacted on phone, the general secretary of NANP, Jessica Elvis said Nuella might not be a registered member of the association.

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