Forget Oil, Sex Will Move Nigeria’s Economy Forward

Before you start reading, I think it’s only fair that I let you know that this post is just for fun and shouldn’t be taken seriously.

Nigeria as a nation claims to have a booming economy, but the effects can’t be seen in the lives of her citizens. This makes some wonder, are the numbers lying ?

Many have argued that for Nigeria to move forward, we need to remove our focus from oil and look for other sources of income.

That being said, there is no better thing to focus on than something which is produced and consumed by the people. For instance, ‘sex’

Take a closer look at it, sex is a commodity and a business enterprise that people have been sleeping on for years and it seems like it’s time to wake up.

Look at how much moves from sugar daddies to aristo babes, that shit should be taxed by the government!

Transactional sex is a huge business, and many have claimed it as what supports the lavish life style of many of these Yoruba actresses (not saying it’s true).

But think about it, imagine this enterprise is being supported by the government, imagine the job creations for the young struggling youths and what a blessing it would be for the sexually starved citizens of this great nation.

The country should really look into this, let’s save our youths, and ps. this post shouldn’t be taken seriously. God bless Nigeria!

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About Banji Coker 157 Articles
Banji Coker is a Nigerian poet, writer and spoken word artist. He is the author of two poetry compilations, Just seventeen and October feelings.

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