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Jos Sex Video: For N30,000, Married Women, Girls Engage In ‘Immoral Act’ by ExAngel007(f): 6:53am On Jan 23
For N30,000, married women, girls engage in ‘immoral act’ in Jos

Videos showing young girls and married women engaging in sexual acts have rocked Jos, the Plateau State capital. The videos, which were leaked on the internet, have been in circulation across the state for some days.

Daily Trust gathered that following the release and outrage which trailed the videos, one of the women involved committed suicide. The videos involved different girls and women being filmed by a cameraman and a producer/director who initially interviewed them, before stripping them naked and having carnal knowledge of them on camera.

Upon hearing of the videos, our correspondent began digging and gathered that the girls/women were paid N30,000, to be filmed while engaging in the act with a promise to be paid another N100,000 later.

A man simply referred to as Emeka, who lives at the Rayfield area of Jos is said to be behind the videos. It was gathered that he takes the girls/women to a hotel in the same Rayfield to shoot the videos. Emeka, it was gathered has female agents, most of whom he has shot the sex videos with. He pays each agent N10,000 for anyone they introduce to him, Daily Trust gathered.

It was further learnt that the act has been going on for over three years and that he promised them the videos would not be marketed in Jos/Plateau State or even in the nation, but abroad. But as soon as the videos popped up on a particular website and people began downloading them in Jos, pandemonium broke as many married women and young girls involved were identified.

Upon circulation of the videos, it was gathered that some of those involved could no longer stay in their communities due to stigmatization and other fears. Though the videos were later taken down, the damage had already been done..

Efforts are now being made to rehabilitate some of the women in the videos. Pastor of the Latter house Christian Centre in Jos, Jemimah Mbaya, who has met with some of the girls to counsel them, confirmed in a video on her Facebook page that one of the girls actually committed suicide. Though she frowned upon women selling themselves for money, she called on the society not to be hostile to those in the video, but should show them love.

Pastor Mbaya said she would initiate some kind of assistance for the girls, stressing that young women with needs should approach religious centres for help rather than engage in immoral acts.

Meanwhile, our correspondent also tracked two of the women, who spoke to him in confidence. One of them, who confirmed the death of their colleague, said a woman approached her friend at a relaxation joint, and told her that they were looking for women with certain physical attributes to feature in a movie that ‘‘pays well’’.

She said her friend agreed and also invited her to come along. The source said she went with her friend and was also considered. “As soon as we got to the house, Emeka told us that it was their family house and that everything would take place in a hotel. We first went to one hotel in Rayfield, but they did not negotiate well and then we went to another. As soon as we entered he said we should wait for the cameraman. When the cameraman came, he gave my friend N30,000 and gave me the same amount as well.

“The woman who brought us was also given N20,000 for bringing both of us. I waited with the woman who brought us in the bedroom while my friend was doing the video with Emeka in the parlour before it got to my turn. Thereafter we all slept in the hotel because it was in the night, and in the morning, everyone dispersed,” she said. She said the incident took place over a year ago, adding that Emeka promised to give them N100,000 yearly, and also urged them to bring other girls in order to get N10,000 commission for each. She said since the video was released, she has been having issues with her family members, and that her boyfriend has been avoiding her.

The second woman who interacted with our correspondent said hers was about three years ago. She explained that she had a serious financial need and had to solve the problem, which was why she engaged in the act. She said she was assured that the video would not be marketed in the country before she accepted to do it. The woman added that when the video came out, she went to Emeka’s place with her friend to ask why he reneged on his promise not to release it in the country, but that he refused to come out of his room. She said many married women were involved in the act, as well as teenage girls across the city. When contacted, the state’s Police Public Relations Officer, Tyopev Terna, said they heard rumour of such incident but that no one had come forward to make an official report. He urged those involved not to be ashamed or afraid but should make an official report or talk to him in confidence so that they can investigate and bring the perpetrator (s) to book.

Also speaking, the Chairperson of International Federation of Female Lawyers (FIDA) Plateau State chapter, Mary Abah Izam, said the act was unacceptable, ‘‘a crime against woman dignity and right, as well as an offence against the nation.’’ Izam said the unfortunate incident was also demonic and that it was an evil act orchestrated to tarnish the image of the state which is known for high morality. She said they will do all they can to make sure that the perpetrator is brought to book and the cartel or syndicate smashed..

She called on the girls/women to look for something tangible through which they can make an honest living instead of engaging in immoral acts. Commenting on the incident also, the Programme Manager for Country Women Association of Nigeria (COWAN) Plateau State branch, Abigail Ishaya, said the incident is devastating and blamed it partly on the home front and poor parental monitoring of their children. The state Commissioner of Information, Dan Manjang, said proper investigation would be conducted into the matter, saying that such acts are strange to the government and people of the state. He said a full-fledged investigation would be carried out and all those found culpable would be brought to book, advising that ladies should be careful in engaging in such act as the full wrath of the law would be brought to bear no matter who is involved. He said no one should go to such extent to earn a living as the government has many empowerment programmes for them, should they make themselves available.

The Commissioner named some of those programmes as; the Plateau State Micro Finance Development Agency, (PLASMIDA), Social Investment programme (SIP) and the N-Power programme.

https://www.dailytrust.com.ng/for-n30000-married-women-girls-engage-in-immoral-act-in-jos.html

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Re: Jos Sex Video: For N30,000, Married Women, Girls Engage In ‘Immoral Act’ by peteruuu(m): 6:54am On Jan 23
Terrible times ahead!

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Re: Jos Sex Video: For N30,000, Married Women, Girls Engage In ‘Immoral Act’ by GOFRONT(m): 7:02am On Jan 23
Inside life

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Re: Jos Sex Video: For N30,000, Married Women, Girls Engage In ‘Immoral Act’ by donstan18(f): 7:07am On Jan 23
30, 000 is fvcking much and shouldn't be something to be ashamed of, because an average Nigerian woman[Married or not] will comfortably indulge in such act if promised to make her a Whatsap group admin.

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Re: Jos Sex Video: For N30,000, Married Women, Girls Engage In ‘Immoral Act’ by daddytime(m): 7:08am On Jan 23
Xnxx things

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Re: Jos Sex Video: For N30,000, Married Women, Girls Engage In ‘Immoral Act’ by CAPSLOCKED: 7:11am On Jan 23
undecided

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Re: Jos Sex Video: For N30,000, Married Women, Girls Engage In ‘Immoral Act’ by Davash222(m): 7:18am On Jan 23
So, where are the videos kwanu

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Re: Jos Sex Video: For N30,000, Married Women, Girls Engage In ‘Immoral Act’ by Buharidgeneral: 9:09am On Jan 23
Davash222:
So, where are the videos kwanu

X video oo

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Re: Jos Sex Video: For N30,000, Married Women, Girls Engage In ‘Immoral Act’ by Jabioro: 9:17am On Jan 23
Private indulgences had to become public property..

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Re: Jos Sex Video: For N30,000, Married Women, Girls Engage In ‘Immoral Act’ by ashawopikin(m): 9:29am On Jan 23
CAPSLOCKED:


This NEWS is FALSE.
which fake
Re: Jos Sex Video: For N30,000, Married Women, Girls Engage In ‘Immoral Act’ by MartinCorridon: 1:12pm On Jan 23
CAPSLOCKED:


This NEWS is FALSE.

Don't be sure ooo. Xvideos might bring out the videos grin

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Re: Jos Sex Video: For N30,000, Married Women, Girls Engage In ‘Immoral Act’ by overdrive(m): 1:31pm On Jan 23
Link to the video please.

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Re: Jos Sex Video: For N30,000, Married Women, Girls Engage In ‘Immoral Act’ by sparog(m): 8:42pm On Jan 23
Why write a long epistle when a good summary would have saved you the time and made your post an interesting read

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Re: Jos Sex Video: For N30,000, Married Women, Girls Engage In ‘Immoral Act’ by operandus(m): 9:17pm On Jan 23
I need to see the fucker and the fuckee...... Infact where are the fuckers?... Iranu oshi

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Re: Jos Sex Video: For N30,000, Married Women, Girls Engage In ‘Immoral Act’ by freedomest: 12:05pm On Jan 24
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Re: Jos Sex Video: For N30,000, Married Women, Girls Engage In ‘Immoral Act’ by emmykk(m): 12:05pm On Jan 24
So what is wrong
Re: Jos Sex Video: For N30,000, Married Women, Girls Engage In ‘Immoral Act’ by themonk(m): 12:06pm On Jan 24
"Immoral act" is subjective, call it adultery or fornication or porn or whatsoever they did not Immoral act.

What is Immoral to you might not be Immoral to me.

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Re: Jos Sex Video: For N30,000, Married Women, Girls Engage In ‘Immoral Act’ by Olayinka8793(m): 12:06pm On Jan 24
where are the goddamned videos

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Re: Jos Sex Video: For N30,000, Married Women, Girls Engage In ‘Immoral Act’ by Notasaints(m): 12:06pm On Jan 24
where are the videos?

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Re: Jos Sex Video: For N30,000, Married Women, Girls Engage In ‘Immoral Act’ by Albert0011(m): 12:06pm On Jan 24
Pls anyone with the link to the video...lemme verify with my eye.

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Re: Jos Sex Video: For N30,000, Married Women, Girls Engage In ‘Immoral Act’ by tropaz(m): 12:06pm On Jan 24
The worst thing is; these retired OLOSHOS will end up with one innocent decent guy.

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Re: Jos Sex Video: For N30,000, Married Women, Girls Engage In ‘Immoral Act’ by chukwuibuipob: 12:07pm On Jan 24
sad

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Re: Jos Sex Video: For N30,000, Married Women, Girls Engage In ‘Immoral Act’ by Nobody: 12:07pm On Jan 24
Video wey full everywhere.
Quote me if u need the video lipsrsealed

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Re: Jos Sex Video: For N30,000, Married Women, Girls Engage In ‘Immoral Act’ by Nobody: 12:07pm On Jan 24
Notasaints:
where is the video?

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Re: Jos Sex Video: For N30,000, Married Women, Girls Engage In ‘Immoral Act’ by Aboguede(m): 12:07pm On Jan 24
grin
Re: Jos Sex Video: For N30,000, Married Women, Girls Engage In ‘Immoral Act’ by Perfecttouchade: 12:07pm On Jan 24
Immoralities just for survival, it is well..
Re: Jos Sex Video: For N30,000, Married Women, Girls Engage In ‘Immoral Act’ by franchasng: 12:08pm On Jan 24
grin
Re: Jos Sex Video: For N30,000, Married Women, Girls Engage In ‘Immoral Act’ by frosbel2(m): 12:08pm On Jan 24
Wow , the African woman who was once a role model of outstanding loyalty and morality is now as cheap as a loaf of bread or plate of rice.

Disgusting.....

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Re: Jos Sex Video: For N30,000, Married Women, Girls Engage In ‘Immoral Act’ by Heistman: 12:08pm On Jan 24
Hehe.. these boring videos

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