New night queens have been warned to stop demanding payment from clients before offering the services.
As it has been a tradition in this illegal business, a client is offered the quotation or rather the cost of the service gets the service if he likes the offer and pays after the service.
However, a new trend has been introduced by new members in the business, whose lack of trust is forcing them to demand payment first before the service.
K24 digital reports that Nkoko Injuu Africa, (an NGO that champions sex workers' rights), through its Executive Director Maryline Laini, has urged new members in the business to stop the new norm of demanding money before the service.
They are also being discouraged from offering the service on credit unless they decide to offer the service out of a kind heart.
"Times are hard we advise our clients that we are not offering services on credit unless in areas where one is seeking for favours and kindness in return, as an organization we have advised our members that officials we will not handle cases based on credit payment, as for the new sex workers we discourage the trend of asking for cash first," she said
More so, the CEO has also raised a concern with some men who pay for the service using mobile money but later reverse the money after enjoying the service.
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