Girls are becoming fewer here because they are looking for greener pastures,” she said.
The lady, who later identified herself as Ruth, further shared a story of her colleague who had become a business owner courtesy of a man whom she serviced regularly.
Tania readily agreed to N5,000 but she added the caveat that our correspondent must buy her a plate of food on the way home.During the conversation, she could not help complaining about how unprofitable the trade had become as she tried to explain why so many of her colleagues who used to parade the streets were not available. ” switching to fluent English she continued, “Most of us on the streets are not happy to be here.She simply could not hide the fact that she was desperate to spend the night with our correspondent. If you are lucky, you meet a decent man and he takes you off the street.One might have concluded that she wanted to say something to make her bargain more enticing. It was instantly noticed that the spot, which used to be thronged by numerous sex traders, was no longer what it used to be in terms of human traffic.A light-skinned young lady, who seemed to be in her 20s, strolled by immediately and introduced herself as Ruth, desperate to strike up a conversation with the man sitting all alone.