Sisters Arise SA prostitutes declared free sex to celebrate Youth Day

Prostitutes in South Africa have resolved to offer free sex to celebrate the country's youth day.

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Following in the footsteps of their Nigerian colleagues who declared free service for randy men when President Muhammadu Buhari won the 2015 president elections, prostitutes in South Africa declared June 16, a sex-free day across the nation to celebrate the Youth Day, South Africa Latest News reports.

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It was gathered that the commercial sex workers union called National Association of Mavuso (NAM), in a statement released before the declaration had announced that they would offer free services nationwide because, 'for once, we want a screw that we are happy for.'

Speaking about the offer, the group spokesperson said they hoped their generous offer would encourage government officials to take people’s need seriously and improve on it’s service delivery.

“We want to use this privilege to beg the president and his people to look into the welfare of the people. We believe in the youth and hope we will surely better this harmless struggle.”

A member of the group who identified herself as Candy, said the youth should be brave enough to stand up for what they believe in.

“I was forced into prostitution because I could not get a job. Today if my regular client comes, I will not charge him for a quickie as I celebrate our freedom”

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