A report by Sunnewsonline shares the shocking stories of some married Abuja based men who are ardent patronizers of prostitutes in the Federal Capital.
Some of the Abuja men who spoke to the publication, said they prefer paying visits to the ladies in the brothels because there are no emotional attachments and some of them are more skillful that their wives at home.
Read some of the confessions they made below..
Henry, a businessman from Jabi confessed his preference for prostitutes: “As a real man, it is difficult to continue with the same woman, you need variety. Apart from it, I have high desire for sexual pleasure. My wife alone cannot satisfy me. That is why I constantly visit prostitutes.
“The main reason I chose prostitutes in place of other ladies out there is to protect my family. When I go to the brothels, I get what I want in the fullest, pay and leave. There is no involvement of emotions or exchange of numbers. I don’t want any woman to start calling when I am at home with my family… I am a regular customer. I do not patronise one spot to avoid familiarity. If you tell my wife, she will never believe you. No suspicious calls and I do not restrict her from my phones. She thinks I am a saint.”
Kennedy, an engineer who stays at Maitama said “ I patronise prostitutes instead of other street girls because I don’t want a broken home. Most ladies in Abuja do not care if you are married. What they need is the money and some are even ready to become the second or third wife. I cannot handle polygamy that is why I am very careful in my choice on how to satisfy my sexual pleasure. My wife alone cannot do it.”
Andrew, banker from Garki, said he is not afraid of being caught by his wife but he cannot stand the trauma of wooing a lady even when most of those ladies are just like the prostitutes. They keep many partners the difference is that they do not live in brothels.
Tersoo, a civil servant: “I am working here in Abuja and my wife is working in our state. Whenever I want to have fun I go for prostitutes because I don’t want to hear ‘I am pregnant. I already have four children and it is not easy catering for them.”