Sex dating in lagos
In 1923, the Lagos Women League, an elite women organization wrote a petition to the police chief seeking the cancellation of restrictions placed on the recruitment of women as police officers.
The petition was written partly to curb a rise in prostitution and also the patronage of prostitutes by male officers.
Commercial sex work and human trafficking continues to thrive in Nigeria.
In 1941, an anti-vice squad was formed to prosecute offenders based on two newly created laws, the Unlicensed Guide (Prohibition) Ordinance and the Venereal Disease Ordinance.
The former was also known informally as the loitering law which was designed to limit the link between foreign sex tourists and prostitutes.
Public opinion was also critical of the sex trade linking it with juvenile delinquency.
In 1932, Tijani Omoyele, a musician released an album, Asewo/ Omo j aguda (prostitutes are thieves or criminals).