“She was right about Edo girls” – Kemi Olunloyo defends Blessing CEO for tagging Edo women prostitutes

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Investigative journalist Kemi Olunloyo has defended relationship expert Blessing CEO for her remarks about Edo women being involved in prostitution.

CREEBHILLS reported that Blessing CEO faced criticism for stating that many mothers in Benin are irresponsible and prioritize making money by pushing their daughters into prostitution.

She reiterated that she found a lack of responsible women in Benin, with many females engaging in prostitution overseas.

Kemi Olunloyo supported Blessing CEO’s claims, revealing that during her time in Canada in 2007, she discovered that numerous women were being trafficked for prostitution in Italy with their mothers’ consent.

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“Blessing CEO was right about Edo girls though. I found out about this in 2007 in Canada that most are trafficked for prostitution in Italy and some mothers were well aware and supported it. The ones trafficked from Italy to Canada usually have small children and their goal is to get Canadian PR cards leading to citizenship. The Oba of Benin once cursed the traffickers blaming them. One lady came on Arise News last week to tell her ordeal where she was lied to, promised work, and turned into a sex slave. Many Nigerian females organized Prostitution rings in Ghana 🇬🇭 too. Please know what’s going on and remove the tribal sentiments and learn more about human trafficking at @officialnaptipnigeria”.

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She is right Kemi Olunloyo defends Blessing CEO over her statement tagging Edo women as prostitute



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