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'Konji Matters' Man sent to prison for refusing to pay prostitutes after sex

For refusing to pay commercial sex workers after having sex with them, a man has been remanded in prison.

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A commercial sex worker at her abode play

A commercial sex worker at her abode

(PM News)

A 48-year-old man, John Kekeke, will spend some time in the Ikoyi Prison after he was remanded after he refused to pay three commercial sex workers at the end of a sex romp with them, the Nation reports.

Kekeke was arrested by the police in Lagos on November 12, 2015, after the commercial sex workers laid a complaint that he  he refused to pay them the agreed money after he slept with them at a brothel where they operate in the city.

Apart from the money he had negotiated with the harlots, the suspect also refused to pay for the drinks he consumed, worth N4,200, and all efforts made by the management to collect the money failed.

When Kekeke was arraigned before Magistrate Nurudeen Layeni of the Ebute Metta Chief Magistrate’s Court, on charges bordering on breach of peace, he pleaded not guilty and he was granted bail in the sum of N20,000 but was ordered to be remanded in prison custody pending when he would perfect his bail.

The case was adjourned till December 19, for hearing.

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