Sex workers in Lagos State were represented at this year’s May Day celebration at the Agege Stadium, Lagos, Southwest Nigeria.
The sex workers engaged in the march-past without fear that they will be arrested.
The sex workers, under the aegis of Ohotu Diamond Women Initiative carried a big banner, with the inscription: “Sex workers need rights, not rescue.”
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Rochas mother has died some years ago before he become governor so the statement that the mother makes decisions us false.
Rochas is loved by young people he believes in building younger people in politics to change the political story of imo State. Rochas appointed over 50 % of youths in his government that’s why the political gladiators grouped to fight him because he refuse to share the resources meant for developing the state with them. Imo state ordinary people love Rochas because he’s government is for the ordinary people while political gladiators feels they are not given the state resources to share.
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