Nigerian Hookers Invade Denmark Offering Better Deals

Nigerian prostitutes stormed Denmark

by Harry Nasir Dirisu.

Prostitution is an old profession in the history of humanity they say – it has been a controversial topic of discussion – societies around the world have different views about it underpinned by cultural, religious or ethic orientation. And individually, people also have their respective opinion about it.

Nigerian prostitutes have stormed and hijacked Istedgade, a popular street beside Copenhagen central station, Denmark – a street known for its pornographic pictures, drug addicts’ domicile, petty drug racketeers’ paradise and so on – the girls have consolidated and converted the place to an Edo night market of prostitution trade.

They clinch around there in flock every night scrambling for customers like hungry ferocious lions. Some are so fierce that they grab passers-by confronting them with all sorts of sexual offers.

This boils down to different kinds of customers: men having physical or mental difficulties, old, young, slim, fat and generally unattractive and disgusting people. Some disgruntled clients pay money to abuse them. I believe that these girls have opportunities to strive in many other walks of life.

However, the Danish police are not turning deaf ear to the illicit trade. I recently watched a documentary program on how Nigerian girls are being confronted at Copenhagen airport with a notion that, they come to Denmark to prostitute. What an image or insult a few set of individual have created for a dignified populace! Flights from Italy are usually the main targets.

Prostitution by law is not illegal in Denmark but street prostitution is. And paying somebody below the age of eighteen for any form of sexual intimacy is illegal. However, somebody who does prostitution for living in Denmark should be registered in order to pay tax like any other profession. But, they are not entitled to benefits or incentives other professions enjoy, for instance, financial support in case of sickness, retirement savings, labour union support etc.

There is a big contrast between Denmark and other Nordic countries in this regard: Sweden enacted law in 1999 prohibiting any form of payment for sexual intimacy, in other words, prostitution is illegal in Sweden – Finland did the same in 2006 – from the first of October 2008 the same law will be applicable in Norway.

Apparently, these laws in the other Nordic countries seem to be pushing prostitutes to Denmark. I am  not unmindful that some innocent girls are being hoodwinked and bamboozled by the so-called pimps and madams in Nigeria and Europe. The reasons why people travel from Africa to prostitute in cold European countries are other topics of discussion! It is not a hidden fact that some people capitalise on some of the girls’ background for their own selfish financial interest. Human trafficking is a breach of law and the police are working to unravel the mystery of illegal and legal immigrants’ inflow involved in illicit street prostitution.

It is melancholic that these few impudent girls distort fact about our women. Some readers of this article might wonder why the hullabaloo about something already in the public domain. The fact is this, daily increment of Nigerian street prostitutes has raised alarm in Denmark: politicians are busy debating about it while the media are writing and running documentary programmes on it. To me, it is appalling, shameful and unbearable. And obviously many of us having Nigerian background who live in Denmark are concerned – especially when confronted with Danish mainstream of Nigerians street prostitution – it’is uncomfortable and it has become part of our challenges. In a civilised society, individual has right or freedom to decide how to use his or her body. But when the act contravenes legal rules of a society it becomes illegal. Street prostitution is illegal in Denmark period. And if that’is what they chose “prostitution”, why cant they play the game by its rule?

Based on empirical research, it is difficult for people to quit the trade. They are strongly convinced that there is nothing wrong with the trade when in it. Some of its repercussions are: depression, isolation, low self-esteem and worst scenario, deadly diseases.

I must quickly establish here that, my aim in this article is not to discus mix blessings of prostitution as a profession – I leave that to my readers – but am convinced that our decent, educated and hard-working respected women will convince Danish authority never to generalise when confronted at Copenhagen airport or anywhere in Denmark. No matter what, we love Nigeria and we keep hoping for the best for her.

Harry Nasir Dirisu writes from Denmark and can be reached at hnd@dovat.org



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Re: Nigerian prostitutes stormed Denmark
Katampe posted on 09-29-2008, 08:23:09 AM


Nigerian prostitutes stormed Denmark




by Harry Nasir Dirisu.




Prostitution is an old profession in the history of humanity they say – it has been a controversial topic of discussion – societies around the world have different views about it underpinned by cultural, religious or ethic orientation. And individually, people also have their respective opinion about it.




Nigerian prostitutes have stormed and hijacked Istedgade, a popular street beside Copenhagen central station, Denmark – a street known for its pornographic pictures, drug addicts’ domicile, petty drug racketeers’ paradise and so on – the girls have consolidated and converted the place to an Edo night market of prostitution trade.




They clinch around there in flock every night scrambling for customers like hungry ferocious lions. Some are so fierce that they grab passers-by confronting them with all sorts of sexual offers.




This boils down to different kinds of customers: men having physical or mental difficulties, old, young, slim, fat and generally unattractive and disgusting people. Some disgruntled clients pay money to abuse them. I believe that these girls have opportunities to strive in many other walks of life.




However, the Danish police are not turning deaf ear to the illicit trade. I recently watched a documentary program on how Nigerian girls are being confronted at Copenhagen airport with a notion that, they come to Denmark to prostitute. What an image or insult a few set of individual have created for a dignified populace! Flights from Italy are usually the main targets.




Prostitution by law is not illegal in Denmark but street prostitution is. And paying somebody below the age of eighteen for any form of sexual intimacy is illegal. However, somebody who does prostitution for living in Denmark should be registered in order to pay tax like any other profession. But, they are not entitled to benefits or incentives other professions enjoy, for instance, financial support in case of sickness, retirement savings, labour union support etc.




There is a big contrast between Denmark and other Nordic countries in this regard: Sweden enacted law in 1999 prohibiting any form of payment for sexual intimacy, in other words, prostitution is illegal in Sweden – Finland did the same in 2006 – from the first of October 2008 the same law will be applicable in Norway.




Apparently, these laws in the other Nordic countries seem to be pushing prostitutes to Denmark. I am  not unmindful that some innocent girls are being hoodwinked and bamboozled by the so-called pimps and madams in Nigeria and Europe. The reasons why people travel from Africa to prostitute in cold European countries are other topics of discussion! It is not a hidden fact that some people capitalise on some of the girls’ background for their own selfish financial interest. Human trafficking is a breach of law and the police are working to unravel the mystery of illegal and legal immigrants’ inflow involved in illicit street prostitution.




It is melancholic that these few impudent girls distort fact about our women. Some readers of this article might wonder why the hullabaloo about something already in the public domain. The fact is this, daily increment of Nigerian street prostitutes has raised alarm in Denmark: politicians are busy debating about it while the media are writing and running documentary programmes on it. To me, it is appalling, shameful and unbearable. And obviously many of us having Nigerian background who live in Denmark are concerned – especially when confronted with Danish mainstream of Nigerians street prostitution – it’is uncomfortable and it has become part of our challenges. In a civilised society, individual has right or freedom to decide how to use his or her body. But when the act contravenes legal rules of a society it becomes illegal. Street prostitution is illegal in Denmark period. And if that’is what they chose “prostitution”, why cant they play the game by its rule?




Based on empirical research, it is difficult for people to quit the trade. They are strongly convinced that there is nothing wrong with the trade when in it. Some of its repercussions are: depression, isolation, low self-esteem and worst scenario, deadly diseases.




I must quickly establish here that, my aim in this article is not to discus mix blessings of prostitution as a profession – I leave that to my readers – but am convinced that our decent, educated and hard-working respected women will convince Danish authority never to generalise when confronted at Copenhagen airport or anywhere in Denmark. No matter what, we love Nigeria and we keep hoping for the best for her.




Harry Nasir Dirisu writes from Denmark and can be reached at hnd@dovat.org




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Re: Nigerian prostitutes storm Denmark
Allaccess posted on 09-29-2008, 10:06:27 AM
I am not condoning prostitution , and never ever will.

Denmark from my visit there last year is a highly sexual country with some Danes involved in underage sex and infact even Zoophilia and beastiality (animal sex)

The place is crowded with East European prostitutes from Russia, Ukraine, Czech, Hungary, Belarus and the rest. It also has a big supply of Asian prostitutes from Thailand and Jakarta.

So is it that the Nigerian ones are much more in numbers than the others or is it that their skin color is the determinant for identifying a street prostitute these days?

either way, what is the Nigerian embassy and the Danish police doing about it? are we experiencing another Italian setup where the police and media talks about it but are reluctant to arrest these women on the streets? At the end of the day, there is nothing for the Danish Government to discuss, if the trade is illegal get police vans and bundle these women to the airport and send them back home.

what is all the fuss when you have the means to remove them?
Re: Nigerian prostitutes storm Denmark
Gbolly posted on 09-29-2008, 13:37:54 PM
Prostitution. God knows each heart. I pray that He continues to cleanse us with His grace.
Re: Nigerian prostitutes stormed Denmark
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Cocaine for abunna!, international prostitution, 800 million naira for socerer, money laundering by government officials, a nigerian conglomerate trying to buy Newcastle United, soldiers killing niger-Delta Militants, 86-wives-Masaba imprisoned, Very corrupt governors Ibori, Odili, Igbinedion, fayoshe, tinubu, dariye etc in freedom, Mama Waziri of EFCC laughing all the way to the banks, The most lawless and corrupt AGN, a very sick president in a very sick country! Happy 48 yeears of DOMI-PENDENCE!
Re: Nigerian prostitutes storm Denmark
Tony posted on 09-29-2008, 15:14:26 PM
The writer tried to blame the victims rather than the nigerian government robbers who created the dysfunction and poverty that drove those beautiful, and mostly educated sisters into international prostitution as a means of hustling and survival.

You would be surprised how many people in their extended families those victims/sisters are feeding and training in schools.

I will never ever support the deportation of victims of the nigerian system, who are hustling to make ends meet.

Those sisters and all the other hustlers have a million times more dignity than the satanic government robbers in Nigeria who have looted, wrecked and turned the nation into the world headquaters of corruption and poverty.

In the 60's, 70's and even early 80's when the economy was still good, there was nothing like international prostitution, 419 and all the other vices that now plague the nation. These things came about as the lootocrats in nigerian government looted the coffers, wrecked the economy and turned the nation into a dog eat dog jungle of poverty. People were now forced into more desperate means of survival, and this gave rise to most of the vices that now plague the nation.

The victims/sisters should be respected and accorded their rightful dignity, while we turn our gaze to the armed robber government officials in nigeria.

All nigerians should join me in prayer that God should give us a Jerry Rawlings who will kill off all those heartless, satanic thieving leaders past and present.

Babangida
Abdulsalami Abubakar
Jerry Useni
Gen. Dogonyaro
Gen. Ishaya Bamaiyi
Umaru Dikko
Gen. Muktar
Gen. Danjuma
Obasanjo
Musa Yar'Adua (president do nothing)
etc etc.

All past military and civilian presidents,governors, ministers, heads of boards and parastatals, all past civilian governors 1999 todate, all past local government chairmen 1999 todate, all past heads of customs, nigeria airways etc etc

ALL THESE SATANIC PEOPLE MUST BE KILLED.
Their blood must be spilled to cleanse the land of every iniquity.

Cheers.
Re: Nigerian prostitutes storm Denmark
Solid posted on 09-29-2008, 17:14:18 PM
My people:

The whole world is confused. We have missed our direction.

Some of these girls were the same elite group that serviced
our elite population at the universities. Today, we are not
even sure who to marry since the university educated are
not immuned to our sex-driven society.

It will be difficult to attack them through punitive means. Until
the heart of man is changed, he/she is ever determined to do
his/her thing. Our worries should also close up on the growing
Nigerian homosexual population in the US. I wonder what happened
to all those guys that served prison sentences for drugs in the 70s,
80s and 90s.

After prisons' onslaught their homosexual tendencies were groomed
into full maturity.

Where do we start?

Some of us will fall off the cliff after hearing some future events that
are headed our way.

Thanks,

SOLID
Re: Nigerian prostitutes storm Denmark
Brash! posted on 10-07-2008, 04:24:53 AM
chei, we don halla for this world!!
Re: Nigerian Prostitutes Storm Denmark
Finest posted on 06-21-2010, 03:22:44 AM
kip it up
Re: Nigerian Prostitutes Storm Denmark
Racheal posted on 06-24-2010, 12:27:07 PM
posted on 09-29-2008, 18:14:18 PM Solid Re: Nigerian prostitutes storm Denmark
My people:

The whole world is confused. We have missed our direction.

Some of these girls were the same elite group that serviced
our elite population at the universities. Today, we are not
even sure who to marry since the university educated are
not immuned to our sex-driven society.

It will be difficult to attack them through punitive means. Until
the heart of man is changed, he/she is ever determined to do
his/her thing. Our worries should also close up on the growing
Nigerian homosexual population in the US. I wonder what happened
to all those guys that served prison sentences for drugs in the 70s,
80s and 90s.

After prisons' onslaught their homosexual tendencies were groomed
into full maturity.

Where do we start?

Some of us will fall off the cliff after hearing some future events that
are headed our way.

Thanks,

Racheal
Re: Nigerian Prostitutes Storm Denmark
Freshness posted on 07-03-2010, 06:11:57 AM
shut up
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