10,000 Commercial sex workers in the country under the platform of the National Association of Nigerian Prostitutes, NANP, have chosen who they will vote in the February 16, Presidential elections.
They body said they are solidly behind the Presidential candidate of the People Democratic Party, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar and will mobilize 10,000 of her members to vote in the Former vice president.
They also declared that they may declare a-three day free sex across the country as they did in 2015 when President Buhari won, but this time, only if Same President Muhamammadu Buhari loses the seat to Alhaji Atiku Abubakar of the People’s Democratic Party.
You may also recall that the association had also in 2013 declared one-week free sex after the Super Eagles defeated Burkina Faso to lift the AFCON trophy after almost 20 years.
According to Daily Post, the group in a statement signed by its group’s General Secretary, Sandra Efosa noted that NANP was not happy with Buhari’s government because under the his government, their ”bed-to-wealth” has suffered low patronage due to harsh economy.
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The group said it will mobilize its entire members across the country to work for the election of the PDP candidate.
According to wikipedia, The National Association of Nigerian Prostitutes (NANP) is a professional organization based in Nigeria to assist adult sex workers.
The association said it will declare “free sex” because it is there tradition, they also confirmed pitching with the senatorial ambitions of Senate President, Bukola Saraki.
The organization was formed out of opposition to the country’s prostitution laws which criminalize sex work and all of its related activities.
NANP campaigns for equal access to healthcare, a safe work environment and protection from abuse and exploitation.
It is headed by a president who is elected by association members every 12 months. As of August 2015, the president of NANP was Jessica Elvis.
She held the post until her death from a heart-related disease on 25 October 2015. The current president and secretary general are Tamar Tion and Sandra Efosa respectively.