Mr Tanimu Audu, a presidential candidate and seasoned academician, has pledged to end prostitution in Nigeria if elected president in 2023.

In an interview with journalists in Bauchi on Wednesday, Audu stated that most young girls and women engage in commercial sex as a result of the system’s failure to provide them with adequate opportunities to lead meaningful lives.

‘If elected, my administration will outlaw the negative practice of prostitution by rehabilitating those who have turned to this despicable profession as a source of income,’ he promised.

‘The majority of them ended up in this filthy business as a result of man-made hardship and dire straits among Nigerians.’

‘Those who sincerely left this vile profession and married, all of whom are single and have no means of support, the government will assist them in collaboration with international organizations. This will be scrutinized and overseen by the courts and government officials.’

He promised that if elected, one of his top priorities would be to end prostitution and other criminal activities like armed robbery and kidnapping through rehabilitation and dialogue in order to restore the country’s image.

The presidential candidate, who blamed poverty and hunger for the majority of vices and criminal activities, revealed that his 12-point agenda would encourage agriculture to increase food production, thereby addressing poverty, which leads to vices like prostitution.

‘The agricultural sector will be resurrected to its rightful position of feeding the nation and exporting food and commodities to other countries,’ he stated.

‘Agricultural mechanisation and dry-season farming must be pursued aggressively in order to achieve food self-sufficiency.’

‘My government will revitalize and modernize the farm settlement system in order to boost agricultural productivity, reduce rural-urban migration, and make farming appealing to farmers, young school leavers, and others as a profitable and prestigious occupation.’

Audu’s strategy for combating poverty, he said, is to provide jobs for all graduates and grants in collaboration with international organizations for those who want to start their own businesses.

He stated that he would provide zero-interest loans to such graduates in order to help them expand their businesses.

The presidential candidate, who blamed poverty and hunger for the majority of vices and criminal activities, revealed that his 12-point agenda would encourage agriculture to increase food production, thereby addressing poverty, which leads to vices like prostitution.

‘The agricultural sector will be resurrected to its rightful position of feeding the nation and exporting food and commodities to other countries,’ he stated.

‘Agricultural mechanisation and dry-season farming must be pursued aggressively in order to achieve food self-sufficiency.’

‘My government will revitalize and modernize the farm settlement system in order to boost agricultural productivity, reduce rural-urban migration, and make farming appealing to farmers, young school leavers, and others as a profitable and prestigious occupation.’

Audu’s strategy for combating poverty, he said, is to provide jobs for all graduates and grants in collaboration with international organizations for those who want to start their own businesses.

He stated that he would provide zero-interest loans to such graduates in order to help them expand their businesses.

If I am elected president in 2023, I will address the issue of prostitution – Tanimu Audu.

Mr Tanimu Audu, a presidential candidate and seasoned academician, has pledged to end prostitution in Nigeria if elected president in 2023.

In an interview with journalists in Bauchi on Wednesday, Audu stated that most young girls and women engage in commercial sex as a result of the system’s failure to provide them with adequate opportunities to lead meaningful lives.

‘If elected, my administration will outlaw the negative practice of prostitution by rehabilitating those who have turned to this despicable profession as a source of income,’ he promised.

‘The majority of them ended up in this filthy business as a result of man-made hardship and dire straits among Nigerians.’

‘Those who sincerely left this vile profession and married, all of whom are single and have no means of support, the government will assist them in collaboration with international organizations. This will be scrutinized and overseen by the courts and government officials.’

He promised that if elected, one of his top priorities would be to end prostitution and other criminal activities like armed robbery and kidnapping through rehabilitation and dialogue in order to restore the country’s image.

The presidential candidate, who blamed poverty and hunger for the majority of vices and criminal activities, revealed that his 12-point agenda would encourage agriculture to increase food production, thereby addressing poverty, which leads to vices like prostitution.

‘The agricultural sector will be resurrected to its rightful position of feeding the nation and exporting food and commodities to other countries,’ he stated.

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‘Agricultural mechanisation and dry-season farming must be pursued aggressively in order to achieve food self-sufficiency.’

‘My government will revitalize and modernize the farm settlement system in order to boost agricultural productivity, reduce rural-urban migration, and make farming appealing to farmers, young school leavers, and others as a profitable and prestigious occupation.’

Audu’s strategy for combating poverty, he said, is to provide jobs for all graduates and grants in collaboration with international organizations for those who want to start their own businesses.

He stated that he would provide zero-interest loans to such graduates in order to help them expand their businesses.

The presidential candidate, who blamed poverty and hunger for the majority of vices and criminal activities, revealed that his 12-point agenda would encourage agriculture to increase food production, thereby addressing poverty, which leads to vices like prostitution.

‘The agricultural sector will be resurrected to its rightful position of feeding the nation and exporting food and commodities to other countries,’ he stated.

‘Agricultural mechanisation and dry-season farming must be pursued aggressively in order to achieve food self-sufficiency.’

‘My government will revitalize and modernize the farm settlement system in order to boost agricultural productivity, reduce rural-urban migration, and make farming appealing to farmers, young school leavers, and others as a profitable and prestigious occupation.’

Audu’s strategy for combating poverty, he said, is to provide jobs for all graduates and grants in collaboration with international organizations for those who want to start their own businesses.

He stated that he would provide zero-interest loans to such graduates in order to help them expand their businesses.

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