A non-governmental organization, Team of Detecting Agency for Government Reform Initiative (TDAGRI), has proposed that prostitution should be registered as a business in Nigeria.
The proposal was made by the group through its leader Hon. Nebeck Eziora in a press release titled, “Nigeria in the Era of New Political Invention.”
Eziora emphasized that prostitution should be given recognition and registered as a business so that it could be an extra source of revenue for the nation.
He commented on the indecency exposure caused by prostitution and suggested that a law be put into effect to regulate its activities in the country.
Eziora went further to prescribe ways in which it could be checked; anyone who wanted to indulge in it should get a renewable form from the Corporate Affairs Commission or any other body as directed by the government, with three referees which would include the traditional ruler form the individual’s community, her village head, her parents, amongst others.
Hon. Eziora disclosed that a copy of the proposed bill had been submitted at the National Assembly for consideration.
The team of Detecting Agency For Government Reform Initiative led by Hon, Nebeck Eziora from Nkwe in Awgu Local Government Area, Enugu State proposed for consistory court before the National Law Maker.
The establishment of the law will checkmate general interlocutory indecency exposure prostitution in Nigeria and it will become a registered business.
Prostitution does worse than stealing but prostitutes say that prostitution is better than stealing. A new law shall provide requirement that can qualify prostitution works in Nigeria.Nebeck Eziora – vanguardngr.com
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