Enacting Laws against Prostitution in the constitution

Security Education JSS3 Second Term

Week 17- Supplementary Lesson

Enacting Laws against Prostitution in the constitution


Prostitution is the act of engaging in sexual activity, usually with individuals other than a spouse or friend in exchange for immediate payment in money or other valuables. Prostitutes may be of either sex and may engage in either heterosexual or homosexual activity, but historically most prostitution has been by female with males as clients.


1. Poverty: this is one of the major reasons that cause prostitution business. Poverty is the system that commonizes and dehumanizes the bodies and person of women and children of both sexes for the use and profit of men. Prostitution in Nigeria is a serious social problem and its solution has been rendered difficult by the problem of poverty.

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