Barely 24 hours after the Federal Government relaxed curfew from 8pm to 10pm most joints and hotels located in Abuja satellite towns had good patronage.

Recall that the Federal Government on Monday announced that the initial curfew stretching from 8pm to 5am was further extended to 10pm till 4am.

ABUJAPRESS reports that major drinking joints and brothels that looked like ghost infested havens were filled to capacity as Abuja prostitutes solicit for men.

Sokale Garden one of the regular joints located in Dutse where women of easy virtue sleep with men under tree was filled with customers.

The garden where men pay just N500 for a bout of sex is one of the hottest spots in Abuja where different calibre of men ranging from military to civil servants go to cool off in the evening.

The women who were there for brisk business to beat the 10pm deadline simply told this reporter to look elsewhere for questions"because market has been dull".

One of the call  girls told TNG that"oga if you no de carry market go siddon drink your beer time no de for rotten tomato business.
 
"If you serious bring your money make we go sharp corner for short time abeg if you hold condom come make we de go.

Other places visited by TNG in Kubwa such as the yellow pages axis of Kubwa harbouring two night clubs and several hotels looked like a market as girls roam the area.

The desperation to beat the 10pm deadline was too glaring as girls flaunt their backsides to attract men walking along the yellow pages street in phase ,2 of Kubwa.

Prostitutes who were most hit by the Covid-19 pandemic due to the body contact nature of their business had gone virtual using different communication channels to advertise their wares.
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