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4 Female Students Arrested With Used Condoms Full Of Semen

Some female students of the Uyo City Polytechnic, have been arrested with used condoms filled with semen, by the Akwa Ibom State Police Command.

According to reports, the students whose names are Inemesit Edet, Glory Johnson, Magret Pius and Iniobong Udo of the department of Mass communication, were arrested in a hotel at Ikpa road with Nylon Bag containing used condoms with semen.

It was revealed that after sleeping with random men, the girls carry the condoms containing sperm ejaculated by the men, in a bid to sell to Aboki people who buy them at a very costly price.

4 Female Students Arrested With Used Condoms Full Of Semen

The girls confessed that some prostitutes introduced them into the business and they have been doing it for 3 years now since the started school.

Glory Johnson, one of the girls, said she lures men to sleep with her with a condom, the used condom containing sperm cell will be sold to Alhaji people for their ritual making and she has been the business of selling used Condom for about 3years.

On how she does it, Glory said each time she sleeps with you she will pull off the condom from you pretending to be caring and do as if she wants to and dispose of it, she will then tie it and put in her bag.

She further disclosed that the Aboki people that buy the used condom usually send it to their alhaji in Abuja and Lagos which the use in doing all kinds of Rituals.

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